February LibraryReads in Print and on Audio

LibraryReads has announced its February 2018 selections! Check out the ten titles chosen by librarians below, linked to their Booklist reviews when available. For those of you who prefer to listen rather than read, we’ve hunted down the producers of the audio versions and have provided the ordering information. Please note that we have not yet had time to review these new and forthcoming audios.

Remember, any public library staff member can nominate a book for LibraryReads! Vote for your favorite titles today.


Favorite of Favorites

 The Great Alone, by Kristin Hannah

 Audiobook read by Julia Whelan, due February 6 from Macmillan Audio (15.5hr)




Top Ten

 An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones

 Audiobook read by Sean Crisden and Elsa Davis, due February 6 from HighBridge (9hr)


 As Bright as Heaven, by Susan Meissner

 Audiobook read by Tavia Gilbert, Jorjeana Marie, Cassandra Morris, and Abigail Revasch, due February 6 from Recorded Books (download only)


 Educated: A Memoir, by Tara Westover

 Audiobook read by Julia Whelan, due February 20 from Books on Tape (12hr)


 The French Girl, by Lexie Elliott

 Audiobook read by Katharine McEwan, due February 20 from Books on Tape (8.5hr)


 Force of Nature, by Jane Harper

 Audiobook read by Stephan Shanahan, due February 6 from Macmillan (9hr)


 How to Stop Time, by Matt Haig

 Audiobook read by Mark Meadows due February 6 from Books on Tape (10hr, download only)


 Summer Hours at the Robbers Library, by Sue Halpern

 Audiobook read by Josh Bloomberg, Dara Rosenberg, and Allyson Ryan, due February 27 from Harper Audio (10hr, download only)


 Surprise Me, by Sophie Kinsella

 Audiobook read by Fiona Hardingham, due February 13 from Books on Tape (12hr)


 Tarnished City, by Vic James

 Audiobook read by Avita Jay, due February 6 from Books on Tape (13hr)



About the Author:

Eugenia Williamson is the Associate Editor of Digital Products at Booklist. She worked in bookstores for twelve years, reviews books for The Boston Globe, and writes about books, culture, and politics for several other publications. Follow her on Twitter at @Booklist_Genie.

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