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The Year of Discovery, Book 6
Narrated by: Kelley Hazen
Series: The Year of Discovery, Book 6
Length: 4 hrs and 3 mins
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Twelve women connected by the death of another, realizing what they most want from life and reaching for it - this is the year of discovery, the year of new beginnings.

Orphaned at ten, Melanie Barlow was raised by her grandparents, given everything she could want and cherished by the two people who meant the world to her. Growing up, Mel knew what they expected from her - graduate high school with honors, go to college, get a career in computer engineering, then start a family. The problem was starting a family.

Mel knew early on that she was different and that she wanted different things in her life, but the things she wanted did not fit with her grandparents’ worldview. Mel must now decide whether it’s more important to be herself or if it’s better to lie to everyone, including herself, just to keep the peace.

©2019 M.L. Hamilton (P)2019 M.L. Hamilton

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I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the narrator and found it inspiring. As the year progresses so does the number of women taking control over their lives as the chain reaction continues. For Mel, the last few months have been difficult. After being disowned by her grandmother and then being dumped, she finds herself very alone. Needing extra cash, she gets a job at the women's centre and take a careful and truthful look at herself. The author has a special talent to create characters and stories that feel real and the narrator brings every story to life. Looking forward to July.

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