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  • Ostrich: A Novel | Matt Greene

    Ostrich: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Matt Greene
    • Narrated By Matthew Frow, Suzan Crowley
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    This is Alex’s story. But he doesn’t know exactly what it’s about yet, so you probably shouldn’t either. Instead, here are some things that it’s sort of about (but not really): It’s sort of (but not really) about brain surgery. It’s sort of (but not really) about a hamster named Jaws 2 (after the original Jaws (who died), not the movie Jaws 2). It’s sort of (but actually quite a lot) about Alex’s parents. It’s sort of (but not really) about feeling ostrichized (which is a better word for excluded [because ostriches can’t fly so they often feel left out]).

  • Ostrich | Matt Greene

    Ostrich

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Matt Greene
    • Narrated By Thomas Judd
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    Alex has the concerns every 12-year-old has but lately, ever since his brain surgery, everyone in his life is behaving a little mysteriously. He decides it's time to investigate. So begins the journey that will take him to the limits of his understanding and take you back to the wonder and conviction of your own adolescence, to a time when you understood the world so much better than it understood you.

  • Ostrich | Matt Greene

    Ostrich

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 47 mins)
    • By Matt Greene
    • Narrated By Thomas Judd
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    Alex has a lot of the same concerns most of us do growing up (exams, puberty and, in his case, a punctuation obsession plus a little quantum mechanics) but since his brain surgery, everyone in his life is behaving a little mysteriously. Maybe it's adjusting to life after epilepsy or maybe it's the pressure of his pending scholarship application, but Alex is starting to see the world differently.

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