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Jesse Berns

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  • First Boy | Gary Schmidt

    First Boy

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Gary Schmidt
    • Narrated By Jesse Berns
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    Suddenly, black sedans are swarming all around Cooper's small New Hampshire town, driven by mysterious men in dark suits. Cooper's barn is burned to the ground, and his house is broken into and searched during the night. The President of the United States calls on Cooper for a visit, and her opponent wants Cooper to join him on the campaign trail.

  • Maybe a Miracle: A Novel | Brian Strause

    Maybe a Miracle: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Brian Strause
    • Narrated By Jesse Berns
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    On the night of his senior prom, Monroe finds Annika floating facedown in the family pool. He dives in and rescues her, but not quickly enough to prevent her from slipping into a coma. As the family copes with this crisis, Monroe's mother turns to religion, his father turns to liquor, and Monroe himself must decide what's worth believing in, what's worth fighting for, and, finally, who he wants to be.

    Tim says: "Great Book"
  • Maybe a Miracle: A Novel | Brian Strause

    Maybe a Miracle: A Novel

    • ABRIDGED (5 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Brian Strause
    • Narrated By Jesse Berns
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    On the night of his senior prom, Monroe finds Annika floating facedown in the family pool. He dives in and rescues her, but not quickly enough to prevent her from slipping into a coma. As the family copes with this crisis, Monroe's mother turns to religion, his father turns to liquor, and Monroe himself must decide what's worth believing in, what's worth fighting for, and, finally, who he wants to be.

    Fareesa says: "disappointing..."
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