Audie award nominees available for download

February 16, 2010

The Audie award nominees for outstanding audio books have been announced, and will be available for download later today.  The winners will be announced in the spring.

Title Author(s)
Columbine Dave Cullen, Don Leslie
Dark Slayer Christine Feehan, Phil Gigante, Jane Brown
Darling Jim Christian Moerk, Stephen Hoye, Justine Eyre
A Dog on His Own M. J. Auch, William Dufris
Friend or Fiend? with the Pain and the Great One Judy Blume, Kathleen McInerney, Judy Blume
The Hip Chick’s Guide to Macrobiotics Jessica Porter, William Dufris
In The Belly Of The Bloodhound L. A. Meyer
Lawn Boy Gary Paulsen, Tom Parks
Nurtureshock Po Bronson, Ashley Merryman
Peace, Locomotion Jacqueline Woodson, Dion Graham
The Pigman & Me Paul Zindel, Jeff Woodman
The Secret Holocaust Diaries Nonna Bannister, Denise George, Carolyn Tomlin, Rebecca Gallagher
Slumdog Millionaire (Q&A) Vikas Swarup, Christopher Simpson
Tears in the Darkness Michael Norman, Elizabeth M. Norman, Michael Prichard
Timothy and the Dragon’s Gate Adrienne Kress, Christopher Lane
Viral Loop Adam Penenberg

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4 Responses to “Audie award nominees available for download”

  1. Dave Cullen Says:

    Thanks for the shout-out on my book, Columbine. I was tickled to get the nom, and honored, too.

    Don Leslie did a great job as narrator. I have not met him yet, but hoping to.

  2. myounker Says:

    almost all of the Audie nominated title are available as audio cds as well (including “Columbine” – congrats on your success, Mr. Cullen).

  3. Marina Says:

    I listened to Columbine on the audio cd and I was pulled in from the very start–both by the story and narrator. I highly recommend it.

  4. gm davis Says:

    Cullen , who first reported on the story for the online magazine Salon, acknowledges in the book’s source notes that thoughts he attributes to Klebold and Harris are conjecture gleaned from the record the pair left behind.

    Jeff Kass takes a more straightforward approach in “Columbine: A True Crime Story,” working backward from the events of the fateful day.
    The Denver Post

    Mr. Cullen insists that the killers enjoyed “far more friends than the average adolescent,” with Harris in particular being a regular Casanova who “on the ultimate high school scorecard . . . outscored much of the football team.” The author’s footnotes do not reveal how he knows this; when I asked him about it while preparing this review, Mr. Cullen said he did not necessarily mean to imply that Harris was sexually active. But what else would such words mean?

    “Eric and Dylan never had any girlfriends,” the more sober Mr. Kass writes, and were “probably virgins upon death.”
    Wall Street Journal


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