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  • Somehow Form a Family: Stories That Are Mostly True | Tony Earley

    Somehow Form a Family: Stories That Are Mostly True

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Tony Earley
    • Narrated By Tony Earley
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    In Somehow Form a Family, Earley writes about finding a place in a world without losing sight of where you came from. In his late 30s, he is neither a Boomer nor a GenXer. He stands with one foot in the rural South and one foot in the ersatz suburbia of the Brady Bunch. Candidly discussing his struggles with clinical depression, he confronts the big issues - God, death, civilization, family - with grace and wit, without glibness or evasion.

  • Mr. Tall: A Novella and Stories | Tony Earley

    Mr. Tall: A Novella and Stories

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Tony Earley
    • Narrated By Kevin Stillwell, Courtney Patterson
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    These stories introduce us not only to ordinary people seeking to live extraordinary lives, but also to the skunk ape (a southern variant of Bigfoot), the ghost of Jesse James, and a bone-tired Jack the Giant Killer. Whether it's Appalachia, Nashville, the Carolina Coast, or a make-believe land of talking dogs, each world Earley creates is indelible.

  • The Blue Star | Tony Earley

    The Blue Star

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs)
    • By Tony Earley
    • Narrated By Kirby Heyborne
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    Jim Glass has fallen in love, as only a teenage boy can fall in love, with his classmate Chrissie Steppe. Unfortunately, Chrissie is Bucky Bucklaw's girlfriend, and Bucky has joined the Navy on the eve of war. Jim vows to win Chrissie's heart in Bucky's absence, but the war makes high school less than a safe haven and gives a young man's emotions a grown man's gravity.

    Katharine M. says: "catches the feel of new relationship"
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