Narrator Rebecca Soler captures the self-confidence of 17-year-old Emma Saylor Payne. She is secure in her father's love and remarriage, and she has made peace with the death of her mother from a drug overdose. But that's before she learns she'll spend three weeks at North Lake, her mother's childhood home, with a large family she doesn't remember. As these weeks open her up, Soler expresses Emma Saylor's many transformations--her questions about wealth, her feelings of being overwhelmed by and then connected with family, her experience of first love, and her truer understanding of the romanticized stories her mother once told. Soler's narration reflects the constancy of Emma Saylor's wit, the many attitudes of the relatives who surround her, and the changes experienced by all the featured characters. S.W. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2019]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2019
DD ISBN 9780062938640 $26.99
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