The Lightest Object in the Universe is a story about resilience and adaptation, a testament to the power of community, where our best traits, born of necessity, begin to emerge.
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by Rebecca Zanetti
by Rachel Vincent
by Susan Sleeman
by Davis Bunn
by Stuart Woods
by Molly Tanzer
by Linda Lael Miller, Lindsay McKenna
"In this sci-fi audiobook, two people, both portrayed by narrator Gabra Zackman, are trying to find their way back to each other. In the future, the global economy has collapsed, and the electrical grid has failed. Despite the chaos, Carson is travelling across the country to Beatrix, who is working to build a new way of life in her neighborhood. This is a hopeful post-apocalyptic story, and Zackman's narration reflects that. Both characters sound worn down, but there's grit and resolution in their voices that make the listener believe in their efforts. The story emphasizes radio as a source of communication, both through an evangelical preacher and the pirate station that Beatrix launches. These elements especially lend themselves to the audio format. C.J.S. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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