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  • Carry Me | Peter Behrens

    Carry Me

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Peter Behrens
    • Narrated By Steven Crossley
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    This is the story of Billy and the baron's entrancing daughter, Karin, and the dangerous paths they travel as their childhood attachment deepens to a complex love overshadowed by the rise of the Nazis. Their story takes us from a golden Edwardian summer on the Isle of Wight to London under zeppelin attack to Ireland on the brink of its War of Independence and at last to Germany in the darkening Weimar period, where Billy and Karin come of age in a country wounded by war and seething with hatred.

  • The Law of Dreams: A Novel | Peter Behrens

    The Law of Dreams: A Novel

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By Peter Behrens
    • Narrated By Jonathan Waters
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    Driven from the only home he has known during Ireland's Great Hunger of 1847, Fergus O'Brien makes the harrowing journey from County Clare to America, traveling with bold girls, pearl boys, navvies, and highwaymen. Along the way, Fergus meets his three passionate loves: Phoebe, Luke, and Molly. They are vivid, unforgettable characters, fresh and willful.

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  • The O'Briens | Peter Behrens

    The O'Briens

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Peter Behrens
    • Narrated By Paul Hecht
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    Peter Behrens' eagerly awaited second novel is The O’Briens. In the character of Joe O’Brien - ambitious railroad magnate and industrialist, fiercely loyal family man, brooding troubled soul - he gives us one of the most compelling and complex characters to come along in years. A brilliant follow-up to The Law of Dreams, and yet standing masterfully on its own, The O’Briens is a tragic, romantic, and ultimately hopeful epic of great heart, imagination and narrative force.

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