Make us homepage
Add to Favorites
FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

Main page » Audiobooks

Sort by: date | rating | most visited | comments | alphabetically






Robert Graves - I, Claudius

Robert Graves - I, ClaudiusHistorical novel set in 1st-century-AD Rome by Robert Graves, published in 1934. The book is written as an autobiographical memoir by Roman emperor Claudius. Physically weak, afflicted with stammering, and inclined to drool, Claudius is an embarrassment to his family and is shunted to the background of imperial affairs. The benefits of his seeming ineffectuality are twofold: he becomes a scholar and historian, and he is spared the worst cruelties inflicted on the imperial family by its own members during the reigns of Augustus,Tiberius, and Caligula.

Reuploaded Thanks to Andie42

Diana's Boys

Diana's BoysDiana's Boys

Christopher Andersen - Diana's Boys.

In this much-anticipated sequel to his New York Times #1 bestseller The Day Diana Died, Christopher Andersen draws on important sources many of whom have agreed to speak here for the first time to paint this sympathetic yet often startling portrait of William and Harry, and reveal how their mother remains a constant presence in their lives. Among the revelations: New details about the hours and days after they lost their mother, how they coped in the wake of the tragedy, and who William blames for the crash that killed Diana.


Secret Window, Secret Garden by Stephen King, 1990
Secret Window, Secret Garden by Stephen King, 1990Secret Window, Secret Garden is similar to King's earlier novel The Dark Half. Both are about authors, in this case Mort Rainey, who is a thinly-veiled analogue of King himself. Mort is visited by a man who takes the name of John Shooter, with a manuscript which proves to be an almost exact copy of a story that Mort himself wrote and published some years earlier. The man claims that Mort stole it from him and demands that Mort write a story in his name as compensation or prove that he is innocent, or bad things will happen.
Reuploaded Thanks to emkis
Bag of Bones

Bag of BonesBag of Bones

Stephen King - Bag of Bones

Four years after the sudden death of his wife, forty-year-old bestselling novelist Mike Noonan is still grieving. Unable to write, and plagued by vivid nightmares set at the western Maine summerhouse he calls Sara Laughs, Mike reluctantly returns to the lakeside getaway. There, he finds his beloved Yankee town held in the grip of a powerful millionaire, Max Devore, whose vindictive purpose is to take his three-year-old granddaughter, Kyra, away from her widowed young mother, Mattie.


Stephen King "The Ten O'clock People"

Stephen KingStephen King

The main character, who is a smoker trying hard to quit for health reasons, discovers a horrible aspect of reality that only those attempting to quit like him are capable of seeing - that many of the people living among us in positions of power, including many police and political figures and even the Vice President, are in fact inhuman monsters disguised as people. A unique chemical balance, caused by his smoking only on his morning break (thus the reference to Ten O' Clock in the title) makes him able to see the true nature of these creatures through their disguises.

Reuploaded Thanks to emkis

Stephen King and Peter Straub - Black House [Unabridged Audiobook + eBook]

Stephen King and Peter Straub - Black House [Unabridged Audiobook + eBook]In this sequel to The Talisman, Jack Sawyer is now in his late thirties and has taken early retirement from the LAPD, retreating to a small town in Wisconsin. He has no memory of his adventures as a twelve-year-old boy, when he traveled into a parallel universe in search of the talisman that would save his mother's life. A series of murders involving young children force him out of retirement. There is more to these cases than murder, though, and Jack must retrieve his childhood memories to rescue the latest victim, who is coveted by the killer's evil overlord, a powerful force from End-World, in Roland the gunslinger's universe.

Reuploaded Thanks to emkis

The Universe in a Nutshell by Stephen Hawking - Audio
The Universe in a Nutshell by Stephen Hawking - Audioby Stephen Hawking
The Universe in a Nutshell is one of Stephen Hawking's latest books on theoretical physics. It explains to a general audience various matters relating to the Lucasian professor's work, such as Gцdel's Incompleteness Theorem and P-branes (part of superstring theory in quantum mechanics). The Universe In A Nutshell is winner of The Aventis Prizes for Science Books 2002.
Reuploaded Thanks to emkis