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Stacey Glemboski's forthright yet intimate performance gives this quiet novel the immediacy of a memoir. The narrator, a novelist, wrestles with her feelings about pregnancy, birth, motherhood, and womanhood as she attempts to write a novel about Mary Shelley. Frustrated with her progress on it, she decides instead to write about an old friend's surreal experience of pregnancy.... Read More
Narrator Stacey Glemboski gives an extraordinary performance of this immersive family drama. Middle-aged sisters Joyce and Lydia, who are both divorced and childless, decide to live together in Joyce's Cambridge apartment. The story is told from the perspective of Joyce, whose defensive, prickly persona is wonderfully captured by Glemboski. Lydia's social awkwardness is... Read More
Memory lies at the heart of this chilling audiobook, which comes through clearly, thanks to Stacey Glemboski's versatile narration. She brings to life Sephone Winters, a young "mem"--a person who has the gift of manipulating memories. While Sephone wants to remember her missing past, Lord Adamo seeks to forget tragic recent events. Adamo steals Sephone away from her abusive... Read More
This audiobook collection of stories by the critically acclaimed Mexican author Cristina Rivera Garza is experimental in nature, with some enigmatic works straddling the line between reality and surreality. The 23 stories, written over the course of more than 30 years, have themes ranging from love to immigration to the search for meaning. An ensemble of seven talented... Read More
In this novel narrators Stacey Glemboski, Melissa Redmond, and Byron Wagner present interwoven stories of loss and grief in suburban Pennsylvania. The featured characters are elderly Chuck, single mom Ella, and young Kirsten, who is launching into adulthood. Each chapter reveals their experiences of immeasurable sorrow, taking us on a journey through a time and place. Wagner... Read More
Stacey Glemboski employs her considerable vocal talent to narrate this black comedy set on contemporary Long Island. When Laurel is informed that her husband, Doug, has been in a car accident, her immediate thought is that his death would solve their financial woes and allow her to change her life. Laurel and Doug have a traditional marriage wherein Laurel feels obligated to... Read More
Narrator Stacey Glemboski captures this novel about family and responsibility with her stellar performance. Leaving her husband behind in Brooklyn, Louisa takes off for her parents' summer beach house in Maine with her three kids. At the same time, Kristie heads out from Pennsylvania to Maine with little money to unpack the truth about her father. Both women will spend an... Read More
Narrator Stacy Glemboski has a gift for shifting her tone as she portrays the two main characters in this novel. Her depiction of 43-year-old Claudia, an abortion counselor at a Boston clinic, is warm and compassionate. Glemboski effectively reflects Claudia's stress at the escalating threats of protestors. Glemboski's tone is colder when she voices the viewpoint of Victor, a... Read More
A skilled cast of seasoned narrators gives consistently disarming performances in King's first collection of short stories. The audiobook is filled with moments of want and desire and struggle. Cassandra Campbell embodies the voice of a 14-year-old au pair who is forced to ward off a father's advances, Bronson Pinchot is heartbreaking as a gay man who is invited for a drink by... Read More
Stacey Glemboski performs this unique audiobook about the power of human love for an animal with a convincing style and unswerving fairness. The warmth in her voice and her skilled pacing work well. She has a fine ability to get inside the thoughts of the characters--human and simian. An unusual love triangle--among a researcher, an assistant, and Sam the chimp--serves as the... Read More
This unconventional memoir is a meditation on solitude, nature, and wildness. As performed by narrator Stacey Glemboski, author Catherine Raven sounds perplexed by human interactions and entranced by the natural world around her remote Montana cottage--and especially by the fox who visits her there. Listeners are immersed in this world, experiencing, as Raven does, weather and... Read More
Narrator Stacy Glemboski establishes a voice filled with passion for a wildlife advocate, April, who travels with her father, a scientist, to an Arctic island, where he will work for the next six months. April spends her days exploring the island, and one day she stumbles upon a polar bear in desperate need of help. One of its paws is caught in fishing nets and plastic. April... Read More
Amina is a spirited middle-class teen who must sink or swim at prestigious Gardner Academy. Stacey Glemboski is the perfect narrator for this millennial coming-of-age story, which features a group of anxious youth who must continually cope with the threats of today's fast-paced, news-saturated world. Listeners will chuckle during the familiar fish-out-of-water scenes as... Read More
An unexpected delight in the multitudinous pleasures in Lily King's new novel is narrator Stacey Glemboski's beautiful soprano, which lifts into a breath-catching ballad at a key moment. This is the evocative story of Casey Peabody of Cambridge, Massachusetts, who waitresses while persevering with her first novel when her old friends have moved on to monied careers or... Read More
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