This audio production blends Emily Woo Zeller's sweet voice with the counterculture vibe you'd expect from an audio that wants to overturn everything you know about home management. The innocent, cheery aspect of her voice seems out of place with the author's salty language, but Zeller sounds so ear... more »
Listeners who love Alexandra Fuller's memoirs will appreciate this story of a changing Kenya. Katharine McEwan's narration, sprinkled with Swahili phrases, vividly details the various voices of two cultures. She tells Rachel's story, starting with her return as a young woman after six years in Engla... more »
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