Audiobook Reviews July 2017 by Jonathan Lowe

A heartfelt comedy of manners, Diksha Basu’s debut novel THE WINDFALL unfolds the story of a family discovering what it means to “make it”...

Audiobook Reviews June 2017 by Jonathan Lowe

The Earth is mostly covered by water, and while driving the weather the ocean is the staging area for geopolitical disputes over borders, climate...

Audiobook Reviews August 2017 by Jonathan Lowe

TINKER DABBLE DOODLE TRY is about unfocusing your mind to achieve goals, certainly a contrarian approach. Culture tells us to be razor focused, “Linked...

Audiobook Reviews June 2018 by Jonathan Lowe

Let’s call it Clive Cussler Day. June 1, 2018. June is also Audiobook Month, and all of the Cussler novels are on audio. Many...

Audiobook Reviews July 2018 by Jonathan Lowe

Harlan Ellison died in June 27 at age 84. He wrote or edited more than 120 books, and more than 1,700 stories, essays, and...

Audiobook Reviews December 2017 by Jonathan Lowe

RED MOUNTAIN in eastern Washington is home to a community of eccentrics. Otis Till, the area's visionary winemaker, has been known to howl at...

Audiobook Reviews September 2018 by Jonathan Lowe

CHURCHILL AND ORWELL by Thomas E. Ricks: Churchill and Orwell proved their age’s necessary men. The glorious climax of Churchill and Orwell is the...

Audiobook Reviews February 2018 by Jonathan Lowe

Couple centuries back the call “go west, young man!” propelled settlers and homesteaders into the Louisiana Purchase and beyond into New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona,...

Audiobook Reviews November 2017 by Jonathan Lowe

Some interesting new non-fiction this month includes WAYNE & FORD: THE FILMS, THE FRIENDSHIPS, AND THE FORGING OF AN AMERICAN HERO by Nancy Schoenberger,...

Audiobook Reviews March 2018 by Jonathan Lowe

Wanting to see how ANNIHILATION compared to the audiobook (which is actually a trilogy), I can report that the movie is definitely worth the...