As Cassandra Campbell expertly narrates this important audiobook, the listener can almost hear the sounds of running rivers in her melodious voice. She delivers the story of visionary Guido Rahr--who runs the Wild Salmon Center in Oregon--with her characteristic crisp cadence, fine pacing, and attention to the text. The many Russian names and places are handled smoothly, and she reveals the author's stylish prose. Author Malarky is Rahr's cousin and confidante; she herself travels to the eastern Russian rivers connected to the Sea of Okhotsk to experience the vast territory that is the last best hope for salmon preservation--ecosystems that can be strongholds for one of the planet's most important sources of protein and awe. Part memoir, part environmental plea, part fishing story--this audiobook succeeds in telling a powerful story. A.D.M. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine [Published: SEPTEMBER 2019]
Trade Ed. Random House Audio 2019
DD ISBN 9781984885593 $22.50
Library Ed. Books on Tape 2019
DD ISBN 9781984885609 $95.00
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