University of Alaska Professor Katey Walter Anthony studies methane in lakes to advance the fight against climate change. The professor has a flair for description, and narrator Ann Richardson captures her love of nature in heartfelt emotional tones. But the audiobook is not all about field studies. Personal moments are included as well, such as Anthony's first kiss--from a young Russian, while she's studying Siberian lakes--which Richardson recounts with sweetness. Later, as Anthony returns to her Christian faith and embarks on a relationship with a Minnesota farmer, Richardson laces Anthony's internal conflict between research and marriage with audible tension. Anthony prays throughout, whether seeking guidance or facing danger. Through Richardson's narration listeners get a holistic picture of Anthony's work, life, and faith. J.A.S. © AudioFile 2022, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2022]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2022
DD ISBN 9780063002029 $26.99
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