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Jul 2, 2019

Queer Eye’s resident fashion expert narrates his memoir with the perfect cheeky delivery. Tan France speaks openly about the difficulties of growing up South Asian in rural England, the importance of fashion to his self expression, falling in love with his husband in Salt Lake City, and getting cast for Queer Eye....


May 31, 2019

Actor Tembi Locke narrates her memoir in a smooth, warm voice that carries the listener through her story of falling in love with Saro, an engaging Sicilian chef, his early death from cancer, and how time with his family helped heal her intense grief. Locke's memoir frequently shifts timeframes, alternately voicing...


May 24, 2019

In deep tones that will be familiar to viewers of Netflix’s “Queer Eye,” social worker and cultural commentator Karamo Brown narrates his debut audiobook. Blending memoir with inspirational lessons, he recounts the joys and challenges of his life, including his unorthodox routes to fame and fatherhood, his...


May 22, 2019

Brittany Pressley performs this audiobook at a fast pace that will be familiar to listeners who live in large, bustling cities. But she knows how to moderate her energy for the tender sections, and her overall performance sounds authentic, conversational, and true to the core intentions of the author’s story. Lori...


Apr 22, 2019

Onwauchi is in the running for the 2019 James Beard Rising Star Chef of the Year. He narrates his own memoir that dishes on the restaurant industry as it weaves the tale of a his upbringing, his rise— including a stint on Top Chef—and the rapid fall of his restaurant Shaw Bijou. Now at New York’s Kith and Kin,...