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  • The Hundred-Year Flood | Matthew Salesses

    The Hundred-Year Flood

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 7 mins)
    • By Matthew Salesses
    • Narrated By Mark Schenfisch
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    In the tradition of Native Speaker and The Family Fang, Matthew Salesses weaves together the tangled threads of identity, love, growing up, and relationships in his stunning first novel, The Hundred-Year Flood.

  • Before Goodbye | Mimi Cross

    Before Goodbye

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Mimi Cross
    • Narrated By Lauren Ezzo, Mark Schenfisch
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    Music means more than anything to high school student Cate Reese; it's also what unites her with Cal Woods. Devoted classical guitar players, Cate and Cal are childhood friends newly smitten by love - until a devastating car accident rips Cal out of Cate's life forever. Blaming herself for the horrific tragedy and struggling to surface from her despair, Cate spirals downhill in a desperate attempt to ease her pain.

  • The King of Taksim Square | Emrah Serbes,Mark David Wyers - translator

    The King of Taksim Square

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 53 mins)
    • By Emrah Serbes, Mark David Wyers - translator
    • Narrated By Mark Schenfisch
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    Seventeen-year-old Çaglar is just another apathetic teenager - except when it comes to his sister, Çigdem, who he believes is the world's most beautiful and brilliant nine-year-old. Determined to display her genius, Çaglar grooms Çigdem's talent into a perfect Michael Jackson impersonation and pursues a sure route to fame: YouTube. Tragically, Çaglar's efforts are sabotaged by a little incident internationally known as the Taksim riots.

    anonymous says: "Gave up on this one"
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