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Grieving Conversations

By: Chris Cander
Narrated by: Neil Hellegers
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About the Creator

Chris Cander is the award-winning author of the novels Whisper Hollow, 11 Stories, the children’s picture book The Word Burglar, and the Audible Original Eddies. Her latest novel is the USA Today best-selling The Weight of a Piano, which the New York Times called, "immense, intense and imaginative." With starred reviews from Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, BookPage, and Library Journal, it was an ABA Indie Next Great Reads pick in both hardcover and paperback, and has been sold in 11 foreign territories thus far.

About the Perfomer

Neil Hellegers is an actor, Audie-nominated narrator, and educator who lives in Brooklyn with his wife, son, and mutt. On camera, Neil has appeared in film and on television, as seen on Blindspot, House of Cards, Madam Secretary, and others. His voice work can be heard in numerous commercials, video games (including Red Dead Redemption 2), and numerous audiobooks, including Dawn of the Exile by Mitchell Hogan, A Tangled Road to Justice by Olan Thorensen, Call Me Maybe by Cara Bastone, and 100 Love Sonnets by Pablo Neruda for Audible Studios. On stage, he has performed Shakespeare with the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Aquila Theatre Company, and others, both nationally and internationally. He also directs experimental Shakespeare-based devisings for the Hear Now Festival.

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