Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - M
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
M, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- MacArthur's Undercover War, by William B. Breuer.
In this intriguing narrative, Breuer, chronicles MacArthur's long-running covert war that he waged against the Japanese during World War II.
- MaddAddam, by Margaret Atwood.
Madd Addam is the long-awaited third volume in Atwood's dystopian trilogy, which began with Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood.
- Magic Tree House Collection: Books 1-8, by Mary Pope Osborne
Follow the adventures of Jack and Annie as they discover the magical world of books.
- The Magician's Nephew, by C. S. Lewis.
Lewis meant for readers to begin their journey into the land of Narnia with this volume, The Magician's Nephew. In this volume, schoolchildren Polly and Digory inadvertently tumble into the Wood Between the Worlds, and fall afoul of he evil Queen Jadis. After many adventures they get to meet Aslan.
- Marie Antoinette: The Journey, by Antonia Fraser.
In this extremely readable biography, Fraser strips away the myths surrounding the tragic French Queen and presents an unbiased account of Marie Antoinette's life.
- Martin Luther King: The Essential Box Set, edited by Clayborne Carson, Peter Holloran, and Kris Shepard.
A collection of twenty-four, original recordings of the most memorable and important speeches and sermons of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
- Maximum Ride - The Angel Experiment, by James Patterson.
When a member of the flock is captured by Erasers, the other members of this unique family of part-human, part-bird children set out to rescue her and to uncover the truth about their origins.
- Mending Your Heart in a Broken World, by Patsy Clairmont.
Clairmont, an inspirational Christian speaker, offers guidance and friendly advice on how to find comfort in the Scriptures.
- Merian C. Cooper's King Kong, by Joe DeVito and Brad Strickland.
An exciting audio production of the novelization of Merian C. Cooper's 1933 movie, King Kong, featuring a full cast of actors.
- The Merry Wives of Windsor, by William Shakespeare.
A jovial comedy that finds Sir John Falstaff trying to wheedle his way into the purses of two wealthy men by seducing their wives.
- Microtrends, by Mark J. Penn with E. Kinney Zalesne.
The Small Forces Behind Tomorrow's Big Changes. A book about emerging social trends that have the potential of having a big impact on politics, business, and society as a whole.
- Middle School: Get Me Out of Here!
, by James Patterson and Chris Tebbetts.
In this, the second book in the Middle School series, Rafe finds himself in a new city, at a new school, and with just as many problems, if not more, than he had before. With wit, imagination, and fortitude, Rafe finds a way to meet the challenges that face him in middle school.
- A Midsummer Night's Dream, by William Shakespeare.
This is a comedy of errors that occurs when a magic fairy potion that causes a sleeper to fall in love with the first person they see upon awakening, is misused.
- Miracles on Maple Hill, by Virginia Sorensen.
When Marley's father returns from the war a broken man, her mother decides that the family should move to her grandmother's old farmhouse in the country. There, Marley's father begins to recover from his unseen wounds, and the entire family discovers that miracles do happen on Maple Hill.
- Miss Manners' Basic Training: The Right Thing to Say, By Judith Martin.
Miss Manner's is on the job again. In this hilarious guide she teaches you how to keep your foot out of your mouth!
- The Mission Song, by John Le Carré.
When Salvo, the son of a Catholic missionary and a Congolese woman is assigned the task of serving as interpreter at a secret meeting between three Congolese Warlords and the Syndicate, Salvo uncovers a plot to deprive the Congo of its mineral wealth. He feels it his duty to stop them, but how?
- Misterioso, by Arne Dahl.
After successfully - but bloodily - dismantling a complicated hostage situation at a bank in the suburbs of Stockholm, Detective Paul Hjelm is faced with the requisite investigation by Internal Affairs.
- The Mona Lisa Stratagem: The Art of Women, Age, and Power, by Harriet Rubin.
A self-help book for middle-aged, and older, women, which explains how you can harness your 'mature power' to reach your goals, increase your self-confidence, and to find happiness.
- Monday Mourning, by Kathy Reichs.
The seventh story in the Tempe Brennan, finds the forensic scientist having to deal with the male bravado of her colleges while trying to discover the truth surrounding the deaths of the three individuals that once belonged to the skeletons found under an old pizza parlor.
- The Monster's Ring, by Bruce Coville.
Russell Crannaker has a problem, and its name is Eddie. In this delightful children's story, Russell solves his problem with the aid of a magic ring that he uses to transform himself into a monster!
- The Monsters of Morley Manor, by Bruce Coville.
Follow the adventures of Anthony and Sarah, and their new friends, the monstrous family Morleskievich, as they try to save the Earth from the nefarious Philduvians in this Full Cast Audio production of The Monsters of Morley Manor.
- Moongobble and Me: The Dragon of Doom, by Bruce Coville.
A charming adventure story, for youngsters ages 6-9, about a young boy who befriends an inept magician and his talking toad, Urk.
- The Mormon Way of Doing Business, by Jeff Benedict.
A unique business book that looks at eight outstanding corporate leaders who just happen to be Mormons, and shows how their faith helped them to succeed in the business world.
- Mortal Allies, by Brian Haig.
Major Drummond is a JAG lawyer who finds himself in Korea, charged with the task of helping to defend Thomas Whitehall, an American Army Captain who is charged with raping and killing the son of a Korean official.
- Moscow 1941: A City and Its People at War, by Rodric Braithwaite.
This history of the Battle of Moscow is unique in that it focuses on the people of Moscow and how the battle affected them, rather than on the military aspects of one of the momentous battles of World War II.
- Mother - Daughter Wisdom, by Christiane Northrup.
Creating a Legacy of Physical and Emothional Health.
- MoveOn's 50 Ways to Love Your Country, by MoveOn.org and a host of contributors.
How to Find Your Political Voice and Become a Catalyst for Change. More than sixty articles on starting, and running, a grassroots effort to effect political change.
- Mr. Popper's Penguins, by Richard and Florence Atwater.
A charming children's classic about a man who dreams of going to the Antarctic to live with penguins in the Antarctic. Mr. Popper soon learns that dreams do can come true, just not always the way we plan. For instance, he never expected that he'd have penguins living in his basement!
- My Happy Days in Hollywood, by Garry Marshall with Lori Marshall.
Gerry Marshall's charming memoir about his life as a Hollywood actor, director, writer, and producer. Provides insights not only into his life, but also into the many shows and movies that he worked on.
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