In his novel The Free, award-winning author Willy Vlautin captures the experiences of three memorable characters who are looking for meaning in distressing times. Vlautin addresses issues that transform ordinary people’s lives - the cost of healthcare, the lack of economic opportunity, and the devastating scars of war - and celebrates the resiliency of the human heart.
Here, Vlautin reads excerpts from The Free, discusses the inspiration for the book, and shares his own thoughts on its main characters. Accompanied by Vlautin's own music, this recording offers a behind-the-scenes look at this unforgettable novel.
©2014 Willy Vlautin (P)2014 Harper Audio
I just have the first couple of chapters it would be nice to know the ending but wasn't interesting enough to buy. In my opinion at least.
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the best book in years well worth it and he is very pleasant man to want to know saw him in carson city library
Listening to a good book is better than listening to music when I work out. It takes my mind on a journey! :)
I couldn't get giver the inflection - really distracting. This might benefit from a different narrator.
Just another girl with too many books and not enough time for them all.
The free version of The Free Audiobook is not a complete version. Just a sampler. I think the story is interesting and a bit dark. I might get the full version based off of this sample.
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