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    • Ordinary People

    • By: Diana Evans
    • Narrated by: Jennifer Saayeng
    • Length: 11 hrs and 46 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Hailed as “one of the most thrilling writers at work today” (Huffington Post), Diana Evans reaches new heights with her searing depiction of two couples struggling through a year of marital crisis. In a crooked house in South London, Melissa feels increasingly that she’s defined solely by motherhood, while Michael mourns the former thrill of their romance. In the suburbs, Stephanie’s aspirations for bliss on the commuter belt, coupled with her white middle-class upbringing, compound Damian’s itch for a bigger life catalyzed by the death of his activist father.

    Regular price: $24.95

    • Ordinary People

    • By: Diana Evans
    • Narrated by: Jennifer Saayeng
    • Length: 11 hrs and 46 mins
    • Unabridged
    • Overall
      3 out of 5 stars 1
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    South London, 2008. Two couples find themselves at a moment of reckoning, on the brink of acceptance or revolution. Melissa has a new baby and doesn’t want to let it change her, but in the crooked walls of a narrow Victorian terrace, she begins to disappear. Michael, growing daily more accustomed to his commute, still loves Melissa but can’t quite get close enough to her to stay faithful. Meanwhile, out in the suburbs, Stephanie is happy with Damian and their three children, but the death of Damian’s father has thrown him into crisis - or is it something, or someone, else? 

    Regular price: $24.00

    • The Friend

    • By: Dorothy Koomson
    • Narrated by: Christina Cole, Susy Kane, Angela Griffin, and others
    • Length: 15 hrs and 4 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Random House presents the audiobook edition of The Friend by Dorothy Koomson, read by Jennifer Saayeng, Angela Griffin, Christina Cole, Shelley Conn, Susy Kane and Sam Dillon. What secrets would you kill to keep? After her husband's big promotion, Cece Solarin arrives in Brighton with their three children, ready to start afresh. But their new neighbourhood has a deadly secret.

    Regular price: $25.58

    • I Still Dream

    • By: James Smythe
    • Narrated by: Sarah Ovens, Jennifer Saayeng, Oliver Hembrough, and others
    • Length: 13 hrs and 28 mins
    • Unabridged
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    1997. Seventeen-year-old Laura Bow has invented a rudimentary artificial intelligence and named it Organon. At first it's intended to be a sounding board for her teenage frustrations, a surrogate best friend; but as she grows older, Organon grows with her. As the world becomes a very different place, technology changes the way we live, love and die; massive corporations develop rival intelligences to Laura's, ones without safety barriers or morals; and Laura is forced to decide whether to share her creation with the world.   

    Regular price: $15.26

    • The Reinvention of Martha Ross

    • By: Charlene Allcott
    • Narrated by: Jennifer Saayeng
    • Length: 10 hrs and 38 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Meet Martha Ross. She dreams of being a singer, but she’s been working in a call centre for far too long. She’s separating from her husband, the father of her 18-month-old son. And she’s moving back home to her parents, toddler in tow. Life has thrown her a few lemons...but Martha intends to make a gin and tonic. It’s time to become the woman she’s always wanted to be. And at least her mum’s on hand to provide free childcare - along with ample motherly judgment, of course.

    Regular price: $24.00