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“Lola Jaye's heart-rending story thoughtfully explores the lives of two children from two eras who experience emotional trauma at a young age. I thoroughly enjoyed learning about Celestine and Lowra's internal struggle and their resilience in the face of such difficult issues. Jay's novel encourages readers to understand the plights of those who struggle while also encouraging us to revisit our own traumas in hopes of healing. ”Linda
Mind Chimes Bookshop
“Tremendous! Mickey’s coming-of-age story is equal parts career decisions and relationship choices. She’s a Black woman in the publishing industry, a writer, who is also a queer woman. Mickey’s story will truly speak to those two demographics but will be so relatable to many. You’ll nod along, get teary-eyed, and oh … not to be forgotten, prepare to be heavily entertained with the intimate details! She checks all the boxes of a great book. I’m an official fan of Tembe! (Marcella Cox’s performa...”Andrea
Main Street Books Davidson
“Hurt You, Marie Lee's YA retelling of Of Mice and Men, is such an important book. There is much to say about this novel, which takes on not only ableism and coming of ages issues, but also race, class, gun violence and heartbreaking loss. What stands out most, however, is the incredible insight Lee brings into the life of Leo, a neuro-atypical youth. At the heart of this story is the powerful bond between Leo and his younger sister Georgia - a high school student and our narrator. Hi...”Kathy
“A great read - or actually listen, in my case. Rebecca Roanhorse has created a compelling cast of characters and set them loose in a western fantasy noir world (with a touch of steampunk). Zero to sixty in the opening, and then it really takes off. I hope the author has more coming from this world!”Kathy
“An immigrant story, and a story about family, Paper Names tells the story of Tongheng, or Tony, as he is known in America. Told from the vantage points of three narrators, Luo's characters are all equally compelling in their own right, and in how their narratives weave together. Literary fiction fans should make this a top priority.”Kelli
The Novel Neighbor
“It's the one where they rush to judgment and incarcerate a black man on flimsy evidence. It's the one where people knew more than they said. It's the one where a woman is at the mercy of a man. This is a compelling book; a dark window into our culture where assumption, or proclamations of innocence or guilt often get in the way of the truth.....and women tend to pay the lion's share of the costs. It's an excellent audio book.”Kathy
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Libro.fm’s 2023 Audiobook Listening Challenge
Written by Albee Romero / January 4th, 2023
Take our listening challenge to read more and diversify your audiobook-listening in 2023—all while supporting your local, independent bookstore with Libro.fm!Read the article