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My Father's Daughter Audiobook

My Father's Daughter: From Rome to Sicily

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In the multigenerational memoir, My Father's Daughter: From Rome to Sicily, Gilda Morina Syverson travels with her Italian-born father, Italian American mother, and very American husband to the villages of her ancestors. This trilogy tale leads the listener through ancient sites of Rome, landscapes of a picturesque countryside, seaside villages of Sicily, olive trees in the valley of Mount Etna, while contrasting an emotional journey between a father and a daughter.

This Novello Literary Award Book Finalist and New England Book Festival award nomination for memoir exudes passion, eloquence, heartfelt language, and ancestral roots.

Audio listeners share with us that this title is captivating like Eat Pray Love by Elizabeth Gilbert. You will laugh, cry, and jump for joy and be transported to another place in time.

©2015 Gilda Morina Syverson (P)2016 Gilda Morina Syverson

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    G. Speck Vero Beach FL 09-29-17
    G. Speck Vero Beach FL 09-29-17 Member Since 2017
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    Many authors use professionals for audiobooks. This is what she should have done. Sounds as if it was recorded in a bathroom. Pops, duplications, poor audio. This took much away from what could have been an interesting story. If you would like to read it try the print version. I love Italy and have been here for seven weeks. Hoped this would be a nice accompaniment to our trip.

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