Audiobooks Read By Jonathan Yen

Jonathan Yen is a commercial voice-over artist and Earphones Award–winning audiobook narrator. He was inspired by the Golden Age of Radio, and while the gold was gone by the time he got there, he has carried that inspiration through to commercial work, voice acting, and stage productions. From vintage Howard Fast science fiction to naturalist Paul Rosolie’s true adventures in the Amazon, he loves to tell a good story.

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Extended Sample Empire of Illusion  by Chris Hedges
Extended Sample Wired for Dating  by Stan Tatkin, PsyD, MFT
Extended Sample Activate Your Vagus Nerve  by Navaz Habib
Extended Sample Members Club  by Piet Hoebeke
Extended Sample The Sum of Our Dreams  by Louis P. Masur
Extended Sample Twelve Days of Terror  by Richard G. Fernicola
Extended Sample Dangerous Crooked Scoundrels  by Edwin L. Battistella
Extended Sample The Apocalypse Factory  by Steve Olson
Extended Sample Building Beehives For Dummies  by Howland Blackiston
Extended Sample Personality Wins  by Merrick Rosenberg
Extended Sample Murder in the Garment District  by Catherine Rios
Extended Sample The Merit Myth  by Anthony P. Carnevale
Extended Sample Aerial Warfare  by Frank Ledwidge
Extended Sample Your Blood Never Lies  by James B. LaValle, RPh, CCN
Extended Sample Wrestling with Angels  by John Hanrahan
Extended Sample Losing Jon  by David Parrish
Extended Sample Polarization  by Nolan McCarty
Extended Sample What Is the Grass  by Mark Doty
Extended Sample HBR Guide to Managing Strategic Initiatives  by Harvard Business Review
Extended Sample The Big Book of Adventure Stories  by Otto Penzler
Extended Sample Making Sense of Nonsense  by Raymond A. Moody
Extended Sample Managing the Unexpected  by Karl E. Weick
Extended Sample Power & Impact  by Harvard Business Review
Extended Sample World War II For Dummies  by Keith D. Dickson
Extended Sample How Charts Lie  by Alberto Cairo
Extended Sample A Grain of Salt  by Joe Schwarcz
Extended Sample Who Says You're Dead?  by Jacob M. Appel
Extended Sample Changing Minds  by Richard Roberts
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