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  • The Long Song | Andrea Levy

    The Long Song

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 20 mins)
    • By Andrea Levy
    • Narrated By Adrian Lester, Andrea Levy
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    A moving tale set in Jamaica during the last years of slavery from Orange Prize winner Andrea Levy. You do not know me yet. My son Thomas, who is publishing this book, tells me, it is customary at this place in a novel to give the reader a little taste of the story that is held within these pages. As your storyteller, I am to convey that this tale is set in Jamaica during the last turbulent years of slavery and the early years of freedom that followed.

    May says: "A brilliantly funny and tragic story"
  • Small Island | Andrea Levy

    Small Island

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By Andrea Levy
    • Narrated By Andrea Levy
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    Andrea Levy's acclaimed Small Island is a delicately wrought and profoundly moving novel of empire, prejudice, war, and love. It was awarded the 2004 Orange Prize for Fiction, the 2004 Whitbread Book of the Year Award, and the 2005 Commonwealth Writers Prize. It is 1948, and England is recovering from a war. But at 21 Nevern Street, London, the conflict has only just begun.

    Bob Gibson says: "Terrific narration, compelling story"
  • Six Stories and an Essay | Andrea Levy

    Six Stories and an Essay

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 22 mins)
    • By Andrea Levy
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    This collection opens with an essay about how writing has helped Andrea Levy to explore and understand her heritage. She explains the context of each piece within the chronology of her career and finishes with a new story, written to mark the centenary of the outbreak of the Great War in 1914. As with her novels, these stories are at once moving and honest, deft and humane, filled with insight, anger at injustice, and her trademark lightness of touch.

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