Thursday, June 1, 2017

0 Wise Beauty, Wiser Beast? Week 6 of Sync's Summer of #Free #Audiobooks is Live!



It's week 6, and this week AudioFile and Sync bring you two new titles . Remember these audiobooks are only available: 06/01 - 06/08. You can download the audiobooks by clicking here: http://www.audiobooksync.com/ ←←← All you need to download them is the Overdrive app which is also free on the website.



by Stacey Jay | Read by Julia Whelan
Published by Tantor Media

It's pointless. Hopeless. Even if she weren't afraid of me, we'll always be enemies at the core . . .

In the city of Yuan, the blind Princess Isra is raised to be a human sacrifice. Her death will ensure her city's vitality.

In the desert, a mutant beast named Gem fights to save his people, known as the Monstrous, from starvation.

Neither dreams that, together, they can return balance to their worlds. When Gem is captured for trying to steal Yuan's enchanted roses, he becomes a prisoner of the city. Isra enlists his help, and soon begins to care for him—and to question everything she has been brought up to believe.

She's a queen; I'm her prisoner. I am her monster and she is mine.



by Donna Jo Napoli | Read by Robert Ramirez
Published by Recorded Books

Young Persian Prince Orasmyn lives a peaceful life of quiet duty and thoughtful obedience. Tending his fragrance garden gives him much more pleasure than the bloody royal hunts staged by his father. But a single wrong decision sets in motion an ancient curse that changes Orasmyn's fate forever. Told he will be killed by his own father, he is transformed into a lion on the day of a great hunt. The prince has no choice but to flee beloved Persia and his precious family. Balancing his fading human memories with his new beastly impulses, he makes his way to Europe-where his destiny awaits in the person of a French beauty named Belle. Donna Jo Napoli once again weaves the magic she has shown in books like Crazy Jack and Zel, transforming a well-known fairy tale into an unforgettable epic of duty, love, and redemption. Robert Ramirez's narration captures all the anguish and struggle of Orasmyn's quest to regain his humanity.


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