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Libro.fm is the first audiobook company to make it possible for you to buy audiobooks directly through your local bookstore.

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Only $14.99/month (USD) after your trial month. Choose one audiobook every month. Cancel anytime and keep your audiobooks.

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We believe you should listen to audiobooks in a way that works for you. That's why offer monthly memberships, à la carte listening, and extra benefits when you switch from another audiobook provider.


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Anything Is Possible

“Anything Is Possible merges the interlocking story form of Strout's Olive Kitteridge with the characters from My Name Is Lucy Barton. No one captures both the decency and cruelty of small towns the way Strout does-the kindness of a school janitor, the merciless taunts an impoverished child must endure. Mothers and daughters are a frequent theme, too, and the story of Mississippi Mary, about a woman visiting her mother in Italy, just might break your heart. Every story in this amazing collection is about the events that can make or break us - war, abuse, poverty, illness - and how we respond. I loved this marvelous book, and you should absolutely read it.”

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