With a command of both science and straight talk, Gary Taubes delves into Americans’ history with sugar.
Before you are halfway through that super-sized box of Valentine’s candy you might check out this Behind the Mic chat with Mike Chamberlain. You’ll be surprised to hear some of author Gary Taubes’s controversial arguments in THE CASE AGAINST SUGAR.
“I took a moment from time to time with my director to just talk about the facts.” —Narrator Mike Chamberlain
The Case Against Sugar
Gary Taubes, Read by Mike Chamberlain
Random House Audio
AudioFile Earphones Award Winner
We love the way that Mike Chamberlain brings a directness along with his engagement with each audiobook. Delivering many sobering and eye-opening facts about sugar, Mike compels us to listen. Read our full review and listen to a sound clip here.
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Opportunities for listeners to stop and think about their goals, motivations, and approaches to leading.
Narrator Peter Berkrot‘s positive tone suits Gino Wickman and Rene Boer’s audio guide HOW TO BE A GREAT BOSS that can help listeners with their outlook for a new year. AudioFile goes Behind the Mic to hear Peter’s comments.
“Ideas to give employees the power to render themselves happy or unhappy.”—Narrator Peter Berkrot
HOW TO BE GREAT BOSS
Gino Wickman, Rene Boer, read by Peter Berkrot
With ideas as well practical tips and tools for how to engage your team and develop productive relationships at work, HOW TO BE A GREAT BOSS will be a useful listening exercise for SELF SUNDAY, or any day. Peter keeps it real and positive. Read AudioFile’s full review HERE.
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A true celebration of living—remember what really matters.
Kerry Egan offers listeners the gifts of love, courage, kindness, and laughter in ON LIVING, her memoir about serving as a hospice chaplain.
Bringing a light and listenable touch to the reading of her much-praised memoir, Egan shares her story and those of many clients, and finds joy and hope amid the phase of life called ‘dying’. Don’t be put off by this audiobook’s mention of hospice. Our Contributing Editor, Aurelia C. Scott, not only gave the audiobook an AudioFile Earphones Award, she also put it among her personal “best listening” of the year. Read AudioFile’s review HERE.
Interested in more books like ON LIVING? Check out Atul Gawande’s BEING MORTAL.
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