July LibraryReads on Audio

Every time a new LibraryReads list is published, we share the titles here on The Booklist Reader, along with links to Booklist reviews. (Click here to see the July 2017 print LibraryReads.) For those of you who prefer to listen rather than read, we now also hunt down the producers of the audio versions and provide the ordering information below—a handy tool for both personal listening and collection development. Please note that we have not yet had time to review these new and forthcoming audios.

Why not celebrate “June is Audiobook Month” by featuring all of the previous LibraryReads titles on audio in a vacation listening display? You can grab downloadable marketing materials available from the LibraryReads website. Perfect for that ever-growing group of patrons who #loveaudiobooks!




The Lying Game: A Novel by Ruth Ware. Read by Imogen Church. July 25, 2017. 11hrs. Simon & Schuster Audio


TOP 10

The Almost Sisters: A Novel by Joshilyn Jackson. Read by Joshilyn Jackson. July 11, 2017. 23.25hrs. HarperAudio.

Down A Dark Road by Linda Castillo. Read by Kathleen McInerney. July 11, 2017. 10hrs. Macmillan Audio.

Final Girls: A Novel by Riley Sager. Read by Erin Bennett and Hillary Huber. July 11, 2017. 12.5hrs. Penguin Audio.

Hello, Sunshine by Laura Dave. Read by Joy Osmanski. July 11, 2017. 7.5hrs. Simon & Schuster.

The Marriage Pact: A Novel by Michelle Richmond. Read by Tom Taylorson. July 25, 2017. 13hrs. Blackstone Audio.

Watch Me Disappear: A Novel by Janelle Brown. Read by Tavia Gilbert and Kaleo Griffith. July 11, 2017. 13.25hrs. Random House Audio.

When the English Fall by David Williams. Read by Eric Michael Summerer. July 11, 2017. 5.75hrs. HighBridge Audio.

The Wildling Sisters by Eve Chase. Read by Clare Corbett and Emilia Fox. July 25, 2017. 10.75hrs. Penguin Audio.

Wired by Julie Garwood. Read by Saskia Maarleveld. July 4, 2017. 7hrs. Brilliance Audio.

About the Author:

Mary Burkey is an independent library consultant in Columbus (OH). An enthusiastic audiophile, she has served on all four of ALA's audiobook award committees as well as the Audies. In addition to writing the "Voices in My Head" column for Booklist, she is the author of Audiobooks for Youth: A Practical Guide to Sound Literature (ALA, 2013). Follow her on Twitter at @mburkey.

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