Index of Audio Reviews
This is list of all the audio book
reviews, with titles starting with the letters
U-V, located on LPR. These audio books are listed alphabetically by title.
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- Ultra-Longevity, by Dr. Mark Liponis.
The Seven-Step Program for a Younger, Healthier You: Based on the Revolutionary New Science of Aging and the Immune System.
- Ulysses, by James Joyce
A slice of live story that is renowned for its prose and the controversy that surrounded its publication.
- Understanding Islam, by Thomas W. Lippman.
This book not only offers the reader a detailed introduction to the tenets of Islamic faith, but it also covers its founding, the various factions that exist within Islam, and the role that Islam plays in the internal and external affairs of Islamic countries.
- An Unfinished Life: John F. Kennedy 1917-1963, by Robert Dallek.
This is a compelling, concise biography of JFK's life, from his birth until his death.
- United Tates of America, by Paula Danziger.
Skate Tate has just begun classes at Biddle Middle School as a lowly sixth grader - and her life will never be the same again. In this full cast audio production, Skate, with the aid of her family, learns to deal with these changes, including the death of her beloved uncle GUM.
- Up Country, by Nelson DeMille.
Paul Brenner, who was last seen in DeMille's novel The General's Daughter, is abruptly called out of retirement and asked to help solve the 30-year-old mystery surrounding the death of a young Army lieutenant during the Tet Offensive in Vietnam.
- Use Your Brain to Change Your Age, by Dr. Daniel G. Amen.
Self-help for the brain - in this handy book, Dr. Amen offers up ten easy steps that you can take to keep your brain active and healthy, and by extension, also keep your body active, healthy, and looking younger.
- Village of the Small Houses, by Ian Ferguson.
A humourous, semi-fictionalized account of Ferguson's childhood in a poor, northern village in Northern Alberta, where he grew up without the luxury of indoor plumbing, television, and many of the other accoutrements deemed so essential for modern life.
- Violets are Blue, by James Patterson.
This is Patterson's seventh novel featuring D.C. police Detective Alex Cross. In this case, Cross is faced with solving several murders that appear to have been carried out by vampires!
- The Virtue of Selfishness, by Ayn Rand.
There are nineteen articles in this volume that explore the principles of Objectivism, and the application of this philosophy.
- Viruses, Plagues and History, By Michael B. A. Oldstone
This book provides an
overview of a variety of viruses and their effect on man, both historically and in the present.
- Virus Ground Zero, by Ed Regis.
This book offers a fascinating, insiders look at the Centers for Disease Control, and at the arsenal at the disposal of the 'Texas Rangers' of the virus world as they stuggle to defeat such foes as Malaria, Ebola, and Smallpox.
- The Voyage of the Dawn Treader , by C. S. Lewis.
King Caspian has built The Dawn Treader to aid in his search for the seven lords, who were banished by his evil uncle Miraz. The journey takes Edmund, Lucy, their cousin Eustace, and Caspian to the Eastern Islands, beyond the Silver Sea, toward Aslan's country at the End of the World.
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