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A Girl is a Half Formed Thing, by Eimear McBride (narrated by the author)

I’ve never read anything like this book. Starting this novel is like diving into unexpectedly cold water – it snaps you wide awake: For you. You’ll soon. You’ll give her name. In the stitches of her skin she’ll wear your … Continue reading

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The Story of My Teeth, by Valeria Luiselli

Translated by Christina MacSweeney, narrated by Armando Durán and Thom Rivera. “…the world of the mind is based on a compromise with logic.” (Vladimir Nabokov, Pnin) Absurd and thoroughly enchanting, the story and Luiselli’s writing are magical. It’s rare I feel bereft on … Continue reading

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Monday or Tuesday, by Virginia Woolf (narrated by Elizabeth Klett)

Elizabeth Klett’s narration is very well suited to reading Woolf. She has a particularly clear style while her accent and her performance make the book a pleasure to listen to. This collection contains short works of descriptive prose as well … Continue reading

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