Monthly Archives: March 2019

Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, Stephanie Land author and narrator

This is Stephanie Land’s story, covering a few short years. Poor and desperate, she struggles to keep her daughter, and herself, safe. Although she has family, they are no help to her when she is in need because they are … Continue reading

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Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts by Jill Abramson, narrated by January LaVoy.

In this non-fiction presentation, Abramson, the former executive editor of the New York Times, who has been accused of plagiarism, attempts to explain what has happened to the print news industry and why. Using the New York Times, the Washington … Continue reading

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Lost Children Archive, Valeria Luiselli, author; Valeria Luiselli, Kivlighan de Montebello, William DeMeritt & Maia Enrigue Luiselli, narrators

I have reached the particular age of reason that gives me the right to decide not to finish a book if it contains foul language, explicit sex, or a political agenda. This book satisfied two of the three reasons to … Continue reading

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An American Spy: A Novel by Laura Wilkinson; Bahni turin, narrator

I tried, on several occasions to get into this book, but to no avail. I found it difficult to follow or enjoy. It was confusing as the time line seemed erratic. Although I tried, I could not identify with any … Continue reading

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