By El Holly
Phantasmic Wars, Book 1
Read by Rebecca Rogers
“Do you want to live in a world that has no imagination and no dreams in it? Where everyone just lived but had no reason to?
Phantasmagoria...where all the forgotten dreams go, where all the imagined things, both good and bad, make their home.
Tom and his friends would much rather be on a bike ride than trying to navigate their own imaginations. But, with most of humanity frozen by Morgrim, their school librarian's bitter half-brother, their options were limited.
It was either...
Go to Phantasmagoria and search for the artifacts Morgrim Ripped from Earth so they can restore the balance between the worlds before both are destroyed…
Or stay in Cedarville, Minnesota with their frozen families and friends, wondering if they'd be next in line to be turned into human popsicles.
Guess the bike ride will have to wait…
Join Tom, Katie, Chad, Melissa, and Sharice as they adventure through Phantasmagoria, encountering everything from long-winded trolls to upside-down rivers, on their search for three artifacts...before time runs out.
Read by Daniel Giorello
Great Battles for Boys takes kids to the front lines of iconic battles. In this volume of the popular history series, find out which strategies, weapons, and military leaders won – or lost – these famous American fights. And none of it's boring.
Among the dozen battles covered here:
If your child likes action-packed accounts, authentic details, and short but exciting chapters, then they'll love this audiobook. And they'll never hear history as boring again!
Endworld Series, Book 19
Read by Damon Abdallah
A century after the nuclear holocaust of World War III, Blade and the Warriors must invade Soviet-occupied Cincinnati to destroy the Russians' new superweapon and prevent them from wiping out the entire Freedom Federation.
Endworld Series, Book 20
Read by Damon Abdallah
100 YEARS AFTER WWIII . . . The once-proud city of Dallas, Texas was a hellhole crawling with rats, a haven for savage hordes of criminals and killers. Survival there was nearly impossible, but one faction thrived: The Chosen, an army of people whose bodies and minds had deteriorated from drinking water laced with chemical waste. Fierce and insane, they planned to contaminate the entire world with their lethal poison. DALLAS RUN! Somehow, Blade and the Warriors had to make their way through the city's treacherous streets and obliterate the Chosen for good. They were outnumbered, but Blade wasn't worried - madness made his opponents strong, but years of physical training and the Bowies strapped to his side gave Blade all the strength he needed. The Chosen would die like helpless insects, crushed in Blade's impenetrable death grip.