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John Paul has enjoyed these audiobooks from Libro.fm:
Warcross by Marie Lu Read by Nancy Wu
Emika is a small-time bounty hunter, game hacker and poverty stricken teen. When she hacks into the International WarCross Championship, she becomes recruited by the multi-billionaire WarCross creator. Her job, go into the game and ferret out the spies. - John Paul
American Gods by Neil Gaiman Read by Ron McLarty & Daniel Oreskes
Shadow Moon, just released ex-convict, becomes recruited by the mysterious Mr. Wednesday as his driver & errand-man. Shadow’s life becomes weirder and complicated as he journeys Middle America with his employer.
Gaiman’s philosophical powerhouse of America The Melting Pot. Neil is a major star in the Fantasy genre firmament.
Boy on the Bridge by M. R. Carey Read by Finty Williams
An armored research bus scours England after the zombie apocalypse. Aboard are a dozen very human scientists and military seeking clues to the cure of this plague.
The prequel to The Girl With All The Gifts offers sophisticated storytelling with relentless, but surprising, monsters.
The ending ties in nicely with the first book.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J. K. Rowling Read by Jim Dale
Perhaps the most sensational middle reader series ever. In the world of the mundane, magic exists. But it has been hidden for centuries.
This is the tale of orphaned Harry as he is introduced to his magical heritage, the magic school he attends with his best friends, their adventures and ultimately Potter’s destiny.
Read by Eric Idle
British comedian Eric Idle’ biography is more than just a history Monty Python’s Flying Circus. It covers his relations with the other Pythons, his family, his famous friends, and the joys and despairs of the comedy business. I was delighted. - John Paul