How It Ends by Rachel Howzell Hall, Read by Joniece Abbott-Pratt
Chilling and Fast-Paced Suspense
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Narrator Joniece Abbott-Pratt’s warm and vibrant voice embodies Marti Greenwood in Rachel Howzell Hall’s chilling and fast-paced suspense novella, How It Ends. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss this new audiobook that is perfect for your weekend listening. Marti, a writer, is trying to carve out a new life for herself away from her ex-husband, Emery. She’s just moved into a new home in LA with fresh oranges and cheerful neighbors—mostly. When she’s attacked in her home, Abbott-Pratt has listeners sharing Marti’s terror and her lingering trauma afterwards. Listeners won’t want to put the audiobook down while Marti is determined to find her attacker. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile’s website.
The Lyrids meteor shower can be seen April 16 -25, great family fun! In Jen Green’s The Planets and The Solar System, narrator Ruth Sillers treats young listeners and their families to an impressive scope of space information. “Given Sillers’s lively sense of wonder, the listener can’t help but be impressed by the vastness of the universe and our newfound knowledge of it.” (AudioFile)