Here are three more titles that I recently added to my ever-expanding collection of audios that may take years to consume. Hey at least I won't ever have an audio emergency!
The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin (borrowed from the Orange County Library and recommended to me by Kathy at Bermudaonion)
Narrated by: Lorna Raver
Listening length: 16 hours, 24 minutes
Shy daughter of US Ambassador to Mexico meets and falls in love with Col. Charles Lindbergh, fresh off his 1927 solo flight across the Atlantic. While ultimately accomplished in her own right, she will always be considered the aviator's wife. This vividly-imagined novel of a complicated marriage covers the rich history of the late-1920's to the mid-1960's.
Panorama City by Antoine Wilson (borrowed from the Orange County Library and recommended to me by Ti at Book Chatter)
Narrated by: Paul Michael Garcia
Listening length: 8 hours, 6 minutes
28-year-old Oppen Porter, an open-hearted, bicycle-riding, binocular-toting, self described "slow absorber", unspools into a cassette recorder his tale of self-determination, from "village idiot" to "man of the world", for the benefit of his unborn son.
Bunker Hill by Nathanial Philbrick (received from Penguin Audio and recently reviewed by Jill at Rhapsody in Books)
Narrated by: Chris Sorensen
Listening length: 12 hours, 58 minutes
A fresh perspective on every aspect of the story of the Boston battle that ignited the American Revolution. Philbrick reconstructs the revolutionary landscape with passion and insight in this mesmerizing narrative.