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This historical fiction about Sylvia Plath and her circle of confessional poets is wonderfully performed by Maggi-Meg Reed, Karissa Vacker, and Teri Clark Linden. In 2019, three notebooks are discovered that are believed to be the handwritten notes of Plath's semi-autobiographical novel, THE BELL JAR. The story is told by Estee, curator of a contemporary auction house; Boston... Read More
Narrating this autobiographical book about the author's recovery from childhood sexual abuse, Teri Clark Linden dials back the drama and focuses on the facts. For many listeners, this might be the best approach, as one can imagine how a more emotional reading of Tracy Strauss's journey might create an intensity that upstages the author's message. This is powerful writing about... Read More
Despite an uneven delivery, narrator Teri Clark Linden ensures that this third Westerly Billionaire book is an engaging listening experience. When Rachelle Westerly accepts her movie-star brother's invitation to pay an extended visit, she never dreams she'll fall into the arms of a prince--that is, until Prince Magnus de Bartelbon of Vandorra steps in when she trips on her... Read More
This contemporary romance set in Minnesota is interpreted warmly with refined nuances by Teri Clark Linden. Her vocal range brings the multigenerational families to life with defined individuality and enthusiasm. Trudy is worried about her daughter, Haley. She hires Sam Haney, who has a reputation for being more than handy with tools, to boost Haley's confidence and fix her... Read More
Beatrice hits upon the idea of becoming "Robot Girl" when her mother chides her for not feeling emotion. Given her mother’s current bizarre behavior and her distant father, Beatrice longs to connect with someone. Like many of us, she finds an outlet in listening to a quirky late-night radio show called “Night Light,” recommended to her by another struggling outcast called... Read More
Characterizing herself as a "life watcher,” Scarlett finds that her watching often turns to helping and then to mayhem. Teri Linden gives Scarlett a sensible voice as she recounts her newly married sister’s arrival home with a new husband and a baby on the way. In contrast, sister Juliet has a tinny, whiny voice, perfect for her annoying presence but belying her fame as a... Read More
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