Thursday means it’s time for a new pair of free audiobooks from Audiofile SYNC. Use the simple registration steps here, then download two audiobooks into your Sora shelf free every week (Thursday-Wednesday) through the summer.
Once you download either or both of these history-related audiobooks to your Sora shelf online, you have 99 years to listen to them.
If you miss these or any other AudioSYNC featured titles, check your local public library or independent bookstore.
Making choices means living with the consequences, especially when it’s political! This week, two shorter audiobooks with big impact:
A Brief History of Fascist Lies (free Sora download 19-25 May 2022)
by Federico Finchelstein | Read by Edoardo Ballerini
Published by Post Hypnotic Press
From Hitler and Mussolini to Peron and Trump, lies have been the weapon of choice for fascist and populist political leaders during the past century.
This short audiobook by a noted Argentinian historian examines the connections between fascism and lying – can the former succeed without the latter?
No-No Boy (free Sora download 19-25 May 2022)
by Ken Narasaki | Read by Kurt Kanazawa, Emily Kuroda, John Miyasaki, Ken Narasaki, Sharon Omi, Joy Osmanski, Sab Shimono, Greg Watanabe, Paul Yen
Published by L.A. Theatre Works
During World War II, a Japanese-American man refuses to make a loyalty oath to the US or to serve in its armed forces, instead staying in internment camps and prison for years.
When he finally returns to Seattle, he is shunned by the Japanese-American community, the girl he loves has married someone else, and his mother believes that Japan has won the war.
This full-cast performance shows a full range of emotions as the man wonders about finding hope while living with the choices he has made.
What other historical events would you like to read with your ears as AudioSYNC summer audiobooks?
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