Author Sue Miller's familiarity with the text is evident in her precise and thoughtful delivery of this audiobook. The story centers on Annie, a photographer who has been married to Graham, a bookshop owner, for many years. After Graham's unexpected death, cracks in their seemingly content marriage appear. Annie's resentment and grief over her loss, as well as a flood of memories of her earlier years, are poignantly rendered. Although Miller employs the subtlest of vocal shifts for her characterizations, she compellingly presents Graham, Annie, and their daughter, Sarah, as well as their multidimensional relatives and friends. Miller's graceful tone, expressive phrasing, and unhurried pace allow listeners to ease into this contemplative story. M.J. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2020]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2020
DD ISBN 9780062969712 26.99
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