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New Nonfiction Audiobooks on hibooks! – July 2018

What great new nonfiction is now available on hibooks you ask? Here’s a run down of some of the highlights. Listen to the free samples and see if anything is up your alley!

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Part pop history and part whimsical memoir in the spirit of National Lampoon’s Vacation—Don’t Make Me Pull Over! is a nostalgic look at the golden age of family road trips—a halcyon era that culminated in the latter part of the twentieth century, before portable DVD players, iPods, and Google Maps.

Released July 3

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A doctor’s riveting story of loss and hope in the world of cancer.

What is it like to encounter cancer? How does it feel to face the unknown, to enter a world of hope, loss, and dread?

Released July 10

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A daughter’s quest to understand her charismatic and troubled father, an immigrant who crosses borders both real and illusory-between sanity and madness, science and spirituality, life and death. Winner of the PEN/FUSION Emerging Writers Prize.

Released July 17

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Who is Donald J. Trump? To truly understand America’s forty-fifth president, argues Vanity Fair journalist Emily Jane Fox, you must know his children, whose own stories provide the key to unlocking what makes him tick. Born Trump is Fox’s dishy, deeply reported, and richly detailed look at Trump’s five children (and equally powerful son-in-law, Jared Kushner), exploring their lives, their roles in the campaign and administration, and their dramatic and often fraught relationships with their father and with one another.

Released July 19

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The raucous and surprisingly poignant story of a young, Russia-obsessed American writer and comedian who embarked on a solo tour of the former Soviet Republics, never imagining that it would involve kidnappers, garbage bags of money, and encounters with the weird and wonderful from Mongolia to Tajikistan.

Released July 24

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Disability is not just the story of someone we love or the story of whom we may become; rather it is undoubtedly the story of our nation. Covering the entirety of US history from pre-1492 to the present, A Disability History of the United States is the first book to place the experiences of people with disabilities at the center of the American narrative.

Released July 24

To listen to these and other new nonfiction audiobooks, download the hibooks app for iOS or Android!

Steve Partridge

Steve is from the UK and has lived in London, Bulgaria, and Berlin. He studied Christian theology at King’s College London and spent several years working in publishing. His articles, books reviews, interviews and essays have been published in a range of digital and print magazines. In 2012, he was shortlisted for the Brighton Fringe Festival Writers Prize. His obsession with books and writing led him to start his own ‘BookTube’ channel on YouTube (to which you should probably subscribe). You can find him talking nonsense on Twitter @StPartridge. He looks after the hibooks blog and hosts The HiBooks Podcast. He was once told his spirit guide was a Native American chief (aren’t they always Native American chiefs?)

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