Christa Van Herreweghe

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Rental Person Who Does Nothing: A Memoir

Morimoto’s quirky debut perfectly captures the idea that what may be nothing to one person could be full of meaning for another. A charming, tender memoir.
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Trailer Park Parable: A Memoir of How Three Brothers Strove To Rise Above Their Broken Past, Find Forgiveness, and Forge a Hopeful Future

A tale of perseverance and resilience, Zed’s memoir will resonate deeply with fans of his other work, offering a compelling glimpse into the human spirit’s capacity for growth and redemption amid adversity.
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Change

This raw and haunting testament to the human experience will captivate listeners with its unflinching portrayal of self-discovery and the quest for belonging.
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Mourning Glory

With its captivating blend of family dynamics and supernatural peril, listeners are in for a thrilling ride. Turpin’s skillful narration elevates the storytelling, ensuring an enthralling experience from beginning to end.
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The Clarion

While Dunic offers a sensitive examination of sibling dynamics and other types of relationships, the narration falls short of fully capturing the characters’ depth. The audiobook is an optional purchase for most libraries.
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Christa Comes Out of Her Shell

Waxman’s (Adult Assembly Required) signature style shines through in this sharp and witty tale, with characters that leap off the page and dialogue that sparkles. With its blend of heart and humor, this satisfying relationship fiction resonates.
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The New Naturals

Bump’s novel might falter in its narrative cohesion, but Miles’s exceptional narration lends coherence and depth to this imaginative tale, which delves into issues of class, race, idealism, and community. For fans of Paul Beatty’s The Sellout.
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Karma: My Autobiography

The lackluster narration and sparse insights make this audio a necessary purchase only for dedicated fans.
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Day

Cunningham’s skilled storytelling, complemented by Moore’s exceptional narration, transforms this work into a deeply emotional exploration of the complexities within family dynamics. A must-listen that will resonate with audiences who have their own memories of the pandemic era.
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