Index of Audio Reviews
Titles - T
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letter
T, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- The Tales of Beedle the Bard, by J. K. Rowling.
A collection of short stories, this book is an exciting addition to the canon of Harry Potter.
- Tales Well Calculated to Keep You in SUSPENSE
Looking for some hair raising, spine tingling stories to tantalize your mind? This collection of sixty ½-hour shows from the famous CBS radio show - Suspense will keep you on the edge of your seat.
- Tales Well Calculated to Keep You in SUSPENSE, Volume 2
This second volume in Radio Spirits collection of Tales Well Calculated to Keep You In SUSPENSE whisks you back in time, enabling you to listen to some of the best shows from "Radio's outstanding theater of thrills" that graced the airways from 1942 to 1962.
- The Terror, by Dan Simmons.
The gripping, and highly fictionalized story, of the HMS Terror and the doomed Franklin Expedition to find the Northwest Passage.
- Teshuva: To the Abyss and Back, by Rabbi Ari Kahn.
The essence of this lecture is the question, What is Teshuva and how is it achieved? And, is there ever a point that, once crossed, in which Teshuva becomes impossible? In discussing this issue, Rabbi Kahn offers an explanation of what the soul is, our relationship with G-d, and what the purpose is behind Teshuva. He also discusses the nature of sin, and the damaging effect it can have upon the soul.
- Testimony, by Anita Shreve.
When the headmaster of the prestigious Avery Academy receives a package containing a videotape, a scandal ensues that threatens to destroy not only the students recorded on the tape, but also the school and the surrounding community.
- Thanatos, by Ron Simonian.
Ted has a problem, he is obssessed with death. With the help of a disaster groupie and a schizoid exterminator, Ted learns to reconcile himself to death - in a most bizarre and surreal manner.
- There's No Such Thing as "Business" Ethics, by John C. Maxwell.
How to apply the Golden Rule to all aspects of your business (and personal) life.
- They Made America, by Harold Evans.
From the Steam Engine to the Internet Revolution: Two Centuries of Innovators.
- Thor's Wedding Day, by Bruce Coville.
An uproarious retelling, for children, of the old Norse poem Thrymskvitha. When Thor's magical hammer is stolen, he must pass himself off as a bride in order to recover it.
- Three Weeks with My Brother, by Nicholas Sparks and Micah Sparks.
A poignant memoir that chronicles two brothers three week journey around the world.
- Tick Tock, by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge.
A rash of horrifying crimes tears through the city, and it immediately becomes clear that they are not the work of an amateur, but of a calculating, efficient, and deadly mastermind.
- Tiger Force, by Michael Sallah and Mitch Weiss.
A riveting account of the war crimes committed by the Tiger Force in Vietnam, and the government cover-up of their actions.
- Titanic's Last Secrets, by Brad Matsen.
The amazing story of John Chatterton and Richie Kohler deep-water search for new insights into the sinking of the Titanic, and how their discoveries have rewritten the Titanic's story.
- Today Matters, by John C. Maxwell.
12 Daily Practices to Guarantee Tomorrow's Success.
- True Compass: A Memoir , by Edward M. Kennedy.
A compelling biography of Ted Kennedy, which offers an insider's glimpse into his life, his family, and the role he played in American politics.
- TrumpNation - The Art of Being The Donald, by Timothy L. O'Brien.
A humorous and insightful biography of Donald Trump.
- The Turnaround, by George Pelecanos.
When a group of drugged out, white youths, drive into a black, Washington, D.C. neighborhood looking for trouble, six lives are changed forever. This book chronicles the dreadful crime that occurred that fateful day and how it is still affecting the survivors thirty-five years later.
- Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare.
This comic Elizabethan soap opera features Orsino, who is in love with Olivia, who is in love with Cesario, who is a woman disguised as a man, who happens to be in love with Orsino!
- The Twisted Lost Episodes of Brick Mallery Private Investigator, by Mark Bornstein.
Brick Mallery is a Private Investigator with a twist - while he does take on normal PI type work, most of his cases tend to be, well, slightly odd...
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