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London Belongs to Me

Narrated by: Elizabeth Klett
Length: 11 hrs and 17 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Your flight is now boarding! Join Alex Sinclair for a life-changing trans-Atlantic journey. London Belongs to Me is a contemporary coming-of-age story about friendship, following your dreams, and learning when to let go...and when to hang on.

A new city. A new start. Same old demons...

Meet Alex, a recent college graduate from Tallahassee, Florida, in love with London, pop culture, and comic cons. It's not easy being 21-years-old, and Alex has never been the most popular girl. She's an outsider, a geeky fangirl...with dreams of becoming a playwright in a city she's loved from afar, but never visited.

Fleeing America after a devastating betrayal, she believes London is where she'll be understood, where she belongs. But Alex's past of panic attacks and broken relationships is hard to escape. When her demons team up with a jealous rival determined to destroy her new British life, Alex begins to question everything: her life-long dream, her new friends, and whether London is where she truly belongs.

©2016 Kirkwall Books (P)2018 Kirkwall Books

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Performance was nice, story weak

This was an audiobook that I had to stop listening to multiple times in frustration of the main character. It is hard to root for her when she is consistently weak willed and waiting for life to make room for her. I get that this is part of the story line, but yikes.

Also, I was sad to see the typical girl vs. girl storyline. All bad characters were women. All the men had lovable faults. Yawn.