Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - S
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
S, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- A Salty Piece of Land, by Jimmy Buffet.
Jimmy Buffet writes a wildly imaginative story full of colorful, bizarre characters from Wyoming to the Bahamas. In this adventure, we ride with Tully Mars, from Buffet's best selling Tales from Margaritaville, and his pony, Mr. Twain, on his journey from his home in Heartache, Wyoming to A Salty Piece of Land in the Caribbean.
- Scourge - The Once and Future Threat of Smallpox, by Jonathan B. Tucker.
A history Smallpox: how it spread around the globe, how it affected civilization, and how Smallpox was eradicated. Plus a look at what might happen if smallpox wherever used as a bioweapon.
- The Screwtape Letters, by C. S. Lewis.
A collection of letters written from Screwtape, a senior demon, to his nephew Wormwood, instructing him on the finer points of temptation.
- The Secret Speech, by Tom Rob Smith.
Soviet Union, former MGB agent, Leo Demidov must rescue an imprisoned Priest from a Siberian gulag in order to save the life of his adopted daughter who has been kidnaped by a ruthless gang.
- A Separate Country, by Robert Hicks.
Set in New Orleans in the years after the Civil War, and based on the incredible life of John Bell Hood, this is the heartrending story of a decent and good man who struggled with his inability to admit his failures - and the story of those who taught him to love, and to be loved, and transformed him.
- Seven Things That Steal Your Joy, by Joyce Meyer.
Overcoming the Obstacles to Your Happiness by following scriptural dictates.
- Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human, By Harold Bloom.
Bloom provides a play by play
commentary, discussing the play and how each
play influenced the
development of western thought and society.
- Shadow Leader, by Tara K. Harper.
The second installment in Tara K. Harper's saga about the Wolfwalker Ember Dion and the wolf Gray Hishn picks up where the first book, Wolfwalker, leaves off. In this volume, Dion and Gray Hishn must struggle to reach their homeland in time to warn their compatriots that a devastating war is about to erupt.
- Shakespeare's Greatest Hits, Volume I, Retold by Bruce Coville.
Audio productions of A Midsummer Night's Dream, Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, and Twelfth Night, performed by a full cast.
- Sherlock Holmes: Three Tales of Betrayal , by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Three Sherlock Holmes short stories: A Scandal in Bohemia, Silver Blaze, and The Adventure of the Copper Beeches, read by Edward Hardwicke.
- Shiurim on Shavuos, by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger.
Consisting of four shiurim, these classes all deal with the holiday of Shavuos, and the giving / receiving of the Torah, and the deeper implications of this event.
- Shiurim on Women, by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger.
In these six shiurim, Rav Weinberger discusses the role of women in Judaism and the influence that they exert over those around them.
- The Silver Chair, by C. S. Lewis.
Narnia is in peril, and only Eustace and Jill can help. Along with Puddleglum, a gloomy but valiant Marsh-wiggle, they are sent by the mighty lion Aslan to find Prince Rilian, heir to the throne. Their quest leads them past hungry people-eating Giants, and deep into the dark underground.
- Sister Wit, by Jacqueline Jakes.
In this book, Jakes writes directly to, and for, women, providing advice and guidance that will serve to strengthen the faith and courage of every woman who reads, or listens to, her inspirational message.
- The Sky's the Limit, by Steven Gaines.
Passion and Property in Manhattan - Insights into the Manhattan real estate market.
- Sleeping Beauty, By
In this Lew Archer mystery, MacDonald's noted detective must deal with a missing, suicidal woman, a ransom / kidnaping, and a couple of corpses in this moody, psychological mystery.
- The Spare Room, By Mordecai Richler.
In this tale we are introduced to the Hirsh's, a patriotic Jewish-Canadian family who wants to help out the war effort by taking in boarders.
- Spider's Web, by Agatha Christie
Clarissa has a problem. There is a corpse in her livingroom and her husband will be home any minute with a cadre of politicians to hold a secret meeting. What is she to do? Well, hide the body, of course...
- Split Second, by David Baldacci.
Two disgraced Secret Service agents who both lost the presidential candidates they were guarding, join forces to discover what happened to their respective protectees, and how the murder of one, and the kidnapping of the other, are connected to a series of violent murders.
- Spontaneous Happiness, by Andrew Weil.
Your guide to emotional well-being that takes a mind - body approach to helping you overcome depression, decrease your stress levels, and much more...
- The Stan Freberg Show: The First Seven Episodes.
In this collection compiled by Radio Spirits, in conjunction with the Smithsonian Institute, you will find the first seven episodes of the Stan Freberg show. The Stan Freberg show was an eclectic mix of music, humor, and the proverbial satirical sketch. It had an ensemble cast featuring Daws Butler, June Foray, and Peter Leeds.
- The Star Beast, by Robert A. Heinlein.
Imagine that one day your grandfather came home with a tiny alien beast that grew to be the size of an elephant, and who liked to eat cars and who has a knack for getting into trouble. What would you do if someone came and tried to take him away from you? That's just the plight that faces John Thomas and his pet, Lummox, in this humourous scifi novel.
- Star Wars: Darth Plagueis, by James Luceno.
In this prequel to the Star Wars movies we learn the real story about Darth Plagueis and his apprentice Darth Sidious, a.k.a. Palpatine, who was responsible for turning Anakin Skywalker over to the dark side.
- State of Emergency: The Third World Invasion and Conquest of America, by Patrick J. Buchanan.
Pat Buchanan reveals that, slowly but surely, the great American Southwest is being reconquered by Mexico.
- Still Life with Crows, by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child.
The FBI's eccentric Special Agent Pendergast is on the trail of a serial killer who is terrorizing a small Kansas town. To solve the mystery, he will need the aid of Corrie, a young tattooed woman, who is as hip as Pendergast is staid.
- Still Summer, by Jacquelyn Mitchard.
When three women embark on a cruise of the Caribbean on a luxury sailboat, little do they know that they will soon be fighting for their lives against nature, man, and their own frailties.
- The Story of My Life, by Helen Keller.
Blind and deaf since an infant, Helen Keller wrote her autobiography for Ladies Home Journal while in college. In this riveting narrative, Helen talks about her early life, the role that Annie Sullivan played in her development, and her childhood, education, and first years at college.
- Straight Into Darkness
, by Faye Kellerman.
When a socialite is killed in 1920's Munich, Inspector Axel Berg is put on the case. What begins as a simple murder soon escalates as it becomes apparent that a serial killer is on the loose.
- The Suburban You - Reports from the Home Front, by Mark Falanga.
A humorous look at life in the suburbs, written by a former city dweller who was 'forced' to move to the burbs after the birth of his first child.
- Sun Tzu and the Art of Modern Warfare, by Mark McNeilly.
Over two thousand years ago, Sun Tzu wrote a treatise on warfare and statecraft that became an instant classic. In this work, McNeilly has extracted what he considers the six key elements of Sun Tzu's holistic approach to strategy of warfare and statecraft.
- Superman Lives!, edited by Mike Carlin.
In a life or death struggle with the monster Doomsday, Superman suffers a defeat that might just be his last. This action-packed story that interweaves Superman's story with that of Lex Luthor and the members of the Justice League, will keep you guessing as to Superman's fate!
- Superman Vs. Atom Man
In this series, Superman is pitted against Henry Miller, who was also know as Atom Man - the radioactive Nazi Spy with kryptonite flowing in his veins.
- Suzanne's Diary for Nichols, by James Patterson.
A melancholy romance that provides the reader access into the private world of Matt Harrison and his wife Suzanne, as told via the diary she wrote for their son, Nicholas.
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