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Beautiful and challenging

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Reviewed: 2020-11-09

I doubt you’ve ever read anything like this before. It’s incredibly beautiful, confusing, abstract and imagination sparking. This book is about love distilled into its purest form. The performances are perfect! The two women reading for Red and Blue have just enough distinction to know who is speaking.

Helpful

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Reviewed: 2020-10-09

This is a well thought out and incredibly helpful book for any new parent. I love the non judgmental and data driven approach. Emily also includes anecdotes to keep it relatable and interesting.

Incredible performance!

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Reviewed: 2020-02-17

Absolutely loved this book! In a similar vein as The Rosie Project but with a lot darker tone in some parts. So hilarious listening to Eleanor interact with people when she’s so confused most of the time. Absolutely loved Catherine’s performance and she shifts back and forth between Scottish and English accents flawlessly. A perfect audible book!

Exquisitely Written

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Reviewed: 2019-10-25

Crawdads takes you right into the Marsh lands of North Carolina in the 1960's. We start with a murder mystery, family dysfunction and Kya, a girl with a sprit that cannot be broken. I never thought a marsh could be described so beautifully, and sound so invited. You will feel like you're right with Kya. One thing to note, since the North Carolina accent is a slower pace (great performance by Cassandra Campbell!) this is quite a long one. I enjoyed it immensely.

Balanced and fascinating

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Reviewed: 2019-03-13

I love Jon's take on this case. It's not a whodunit but a fascinating portrait into the lives of porn professionals. Jon's voice is very soothing and calming. He has a great way of encouraging people to talk which draws out all the details in this case. Thought the format and structure of this story was great; very easy to follow. Great music choices as well.