Skip content
Oh, Sister by Jodie Chapman
  Add to Wish List

Almost ready!

In order to save audiobooks to your Wish List you must be signed in to your account.

      Log in       Create account
Phone showing make the switch message

Limited-time offer

Get two free audiobooks when you make the switch!

Now’s a great time to shop indie. When you start a new membership supporting local bookstores with promo code SWITCH, we’ll give you two bonus audiobook credits at sign-up.

Make the switch
Libro.fm app with gift bow

Gift audiobook credit bundles

You pick the number of credits, your recipient picks the audiobooks, and your local bookstore is supported by your purchase.

Start gifting

Oh, Sister

The powerful new novel from the author of Another Life
Due to publisher restrictions, this audiobook is unavailable for purchase in your selected country.
Narrator Susannah Fielding

This audiobook uses AI narration.

We’re taking steps to make sure AI narration is transparent.

Learn more
Length 11 hours 54 minutes
Language English
  Add to Wish List

Almost ready!

In order to save audiobooks to your Wish List you must be signed in to your account.

      Log in       Create account

Brought to you by Penguin.

Isobel and Jen have spent their entire lives following the rules - of their marriages, and their religion.

But when Isobel's husband leaves her, and Jen goes through unimaginable trauma, the religion turns its back.

Zelda has never done what's expected of her. Living on the outskirts of the community that she, Jen and Isobel were raised in, she's trying to find herself outside of the confines of the world she left behind.

As the lives of these women become entangled, they each face an uncertain future.

Will they find the courage to move forwards? Or will a lifetime of expectation prove too hard to escape...

Praise for Jodie Chapman:

'Beautifully written...I couldn't put it down' EMMA GANNON
'An astounding debut about sibling grief, religion and sliding doors love' PANDORA SYKES
'Deep, rich, thoughtful' Gillian McAllister
'This beautiful tale of love, loss and sacrifice will break your heart...With echoes of David Nicholls' One Day and Sally Rooney's novels, it perfectly captures the agony of falling in love and the razor-sharp reality of pain and loss' DAILY MAIL

©2023 Jodie Chapman (P)2023 Penguin Audio

Jodie Chapman spent twelve years working as a photographer before returning to her first love of writing. She lives in Kent with her husband and three sons. Another Life, her debut novel, was a BBC Two Between the Covers pick.

www.jodiechapman.co.uk
@jodiechapman [Twitter icon]
@jodiechapman [Instagram icon]

Phone showing make the switch message

Limited-time offer

Get two free audiobooks when you make the switch!

Now’s a great time to shop indie. When you start a new membership supporting local bookstores with promo code SWITCH, we’ll give you two bonus audiobook credits at sign-up.

Make the switch
Libro.fm app with gift bow

Gift audiobook credit bundles

You pick the number of credits, your recipient picks the audiobooks, and your local bookstore is supported by your purchase.

Start gifting

Reviews

Praise for Jodie Chapman An astounding debut about sibling grief, religion and sliding doors love A stunning one-that-got-away romance, this is an intricate story of love entwined with loss that will tug on your heartstrings...A beautiful piece of writing This beautiful tale of love, loss and sacrifice will break your heart...With echoes of David Nicholls' One Day and Sally Rooney's novels Prepare for all the feels in this heart-breaking must-read A dark, powerful tale of subservience and rebellion that will have you hooked from the very first page A story of hope over adversity . . . What each woman goes through will resonate with many. The characters are brought to life in a way that will leave you rooting for them. A touching tale about female friendship, finding strength when you need it most Distinct and so movingly told that as a reader you really root for them to thrive Brilliant - even better than Chapman's debut . . . A powerful eye-opening read that will spark discussion - a perfect book-club pick Insightful and shocking. [A] powerful read Expand reviews