This 2007 Audie Award finalist features more than three hours of some of the greatest shorts stories of all time.
James Thurber's "The Night the Ghost Got In"
performed by Isaiah Sheffer
Comic Mayhem is unleashed when a family hears a ghost in the night... and calls in the police.
Edith Wharton's "Roman Fever"
performed by Maria Tucci
Two women reflect on romance and intrigue, long ago in Rome.
Jack London's "Make Westing"
performed by Steven Gilborn
Danger, adventure, corruption and secrecy dog a ship as it rounds Cape Horn.
D.H. Lawrence's "The Rocking Horse Winner"
performed by John Shea
A dark fable of a magical toy helping a little boy cope with family troubles.
Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery"
performed by Marian Seldes
In Jackson's classic nightmare of society and sacrifice, someone will be the chosen one.
Raymond Carver's "Cathedral"
performed by James Naughton
A subtle and intimate portrait of a man during a visit from his wife's blind friend.
"What makes these retellings fresh is the dynamic of the live audience, with the murmurs and, at times, laughter of the crowd helping to direct readers." - To read the complete review, visit the AudioFile Magazine website.