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Born to Run
- By: Bruce Springsteen
- Narrated by: Bruce Springsteen
- Length: 18 hrs and 16 mins
In 2009, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed at the Super Bowl's halftime show. The experience was so exhilarating that Bruce decided to write about it. That's how this extraordinary autobiography began. Over the past seven years, Bruce Springsteen has privately devoted himself to writing the story of his life, bringing to this audio the same honesty, humor, and originality found in his songs.
The Boss demonstrates his strong work ethic and dedication to excellence as he tells his story.
- By Tim on 12-21-16
What a guy, what a story he has to tell – and how he tells it! With humble admiration for earlier and contemporary legends, Bruce gives you his life story with surprising self-disclosure. Being a long time fan of his music I was certain to listen to his book. Especially since it narrated by himself. Having heard it I can absolutely recommend it to anyone irrespective of musical preferences. This is a story of total devotion, hard work and sacrifices in order to fulfill a dream taking shape in a young boy. I lift my hat and salute him, previous and current members of the E Street Band, there music, The Boss himself and this amazing audio book. No back to the beginning for one more go: One-two-three-four!
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- By: Robert Crais
- Narrated by: Ron McLarty
- Length: 13 hrs and 36 mins
Edgar Award nominee Robert Crais’ L.A. Requiem is a gritty, harrowing look into the minds of a serial killer and the men determined to stop him. Elvis Cole and former cop Joe Pike have been partners in a detective agency for 12 years. After an ex-girlfriend of Pike’s disappears, the girl’s father asks them to help the police with the search. When the missing persons case turns into a hunt for a killer who has been stalking victims in Los Angeles, Cole and Pike find themselves battling both a hostile police department and a madman.
Equal to Bosch and Davenport
- By David on 11-19-12
Brilliant story, superb performance
This is a brilliant detective story with all the ingredients you need; multiple murders, love, hate, douche bags and heroes - of every calibre. This was my first by Robert Crais but I've already picked up the next novel in the series and I can't wait to get it started.
What do you say about Ron McLarty? For me he's The Narrator against whom all others are measured - and they all invariably come out by the short end of the stick. This is a story that suits him perfectly. His calm voice with just the right degree of subtle variations make the story come to life.
I'd recommend this novel to anyone in for a good crime novel with all the tweaks that'll turn you into an addicted listener.