Carmen Maria Machado's memoir of psychological abuse by a former girlfriend dissects their relationship from many perspectives, each described within the framework of a highly original metaphor (all of which the author claims are not metaphors). As she opens the doors on her experience, Machado's vo... more »
In this sequel to THE HAZEL WOOD, narrator Rebecca Soler returns to breathe life into Alice, who has now escaped from the magical story-fueled world of the Hinterland. Back in New York, Alice is trying to make a normal life for herself among humans, but when something starts murdering refugees from ... more »
The depth of Ada Calhoun's research shows in the somber tone she uses while sharing an analysis of contemporary American women's angst. She is precise, measured, and empathetic as she describes the conflicting desires that compete for women's attention. Calhoun shares her findings through anecdotes.... more »
Narrator Emily Woo Zeller's immersive performance highlights the sweeping drama of first love, friendship, and self-discovery. Ever Wong's parents expect her to become a doctor, a career for which they've made countless sacrifices. But Ever has her heart set on being a professional dancer. When, dur... more »
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