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by Jandy Nelson
by Suzy Kline
by Esme Kerr
by Kate Milford
by Dori Hillestad Butler
by Kirsty Ferry
by Susan Wittig Albert
by Joan Johnston
by Tom Angleberger
by Rick Riordan
"Thirteen-year-old Noah believes he shares one heart with his twin sister, Jude, but jealousy and secrets threaten their relationship. Dual narrations by Julia Whelan and Jesse Bernstein distinguish both protagonists, articulate their changing personalities, animate minor characters, and reveal dramatic truths. When Jude resumes the story at age 16, the two barely speak. Jude reveals a history of hurt and betrayals, and a desire for their former closeness. WhelanÕs Jude sounds overtly sarcastic, but listeners are privy to her feelings of vulnerability. For example, she believes she can fend off her motherÕs vindictive ghost by continually wielding superstitions devised by her quirky grandmother. BernsteinÕs young Noah is vulnerable as well, coping with the pain of a turbulent family and his burgeoning homosexuality. Two emotive performances describe the heartbreak of lonely teens who long for a closeness they feel they donÕt deserve. S.W. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2014, Portland, Maine"
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