This audiobook begins with a jolt: Maribeth is having a heart attack, but she's too harried to notice it. Eva Kaminsky's narration is at once uniquely emotional and quietly familiar. When Maribeth decides to leave the chaotic atmosphere of her family to look after herself and fully heal, the listene... more »
"I'm watched," begins Sunil Malhotra's first-person narration. He conveys the paranoia of Naeem, a Bangladeshi-born teen living in post-9/11 Queens. Malhotra fleshes out Naeem's fear, frustration and anger. His parents' store is failing, and his devotion to school is flagging. He finds release from ... more »
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