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The Year in Audiobooks 2013

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BEST VOICES Fiction & Classics EDOARDO BALLERINI Malavita by Tonino Benacquista (Penguin Audio/ Recorded Books) The Unchangeable Spots of Leopards by Kristopher Jansma (Penguin Audio/ Dreamscape) We Are Water by Wally Lamb (Harper Audio) NICHOLAS BOULTON Midsummer Moon by Laura Kinsale (Hedgehog, Inc.) My Sweet Folly by Laura Kinsale (Hedgehog, Inc.) The Shadow and the Star by Laura Kinsale (Hedgehog, Inc.) DION GRAHAM The Circle by Dave Eggers (Random House Audio/ Books on Tape) GEORGE GUIDALL The Golem and the Jinni by Helene Wecker (Harper Audio) We Are Water by Wally Lamb (Harper Audio) JENNA LAMIA Looking for Me by Beth Hoffman (Penguin Audio) Z by Therese Anne Fowler (Macmillan Audio) ROBIN MILES 20 20 The Year in Audiobooks 2013 We Are Water by Wally Lamb (Harper Audio) We Need New Names by NoViolet Bulawayo (Hachette Audio) WILL PATTON Doctor Sleep by Stephen King (Simon & Schuster Audio/ Recorded Books) House of Earth by Woody Guthrie (Harper Audio) The Son by Philipp Meyer (Harper Audio) MERYL STREEP The Testament of Mary by Colm Tóibín (Simon & Schuster Audio/ Recorded Books) Photo by Scott Sherratt Listeners who have experienced one of Will Patton's audiobooks will not soon forget how his Carolina-infused voice simply enters the soul. Philipp Meyer's The Son employs beautiful turns of phrase, imaginative imagery, and vivid scenes. Patton's grizzled voice is perfect for Eli, who becomes a man at a young age.

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