On the heels of Autumn and Winter comes Spring, the continuation of Ali Smith's celebrated Seasonal Quartet, a series of stand-alone novels, separate but interconnected (as the seasons are), wide-ranging in timescale and light-footed through histories.
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by Ali Smith
by Benjamin Markovits
by Zadie Smith
by Alexander McCall Smith
by Lee Smith
by R.J. Smith
by J.P. Smith
"Juliette Burton's performance of the third volume of Ali Smith's seasonal novels is outstanding. Burton ensures that the characters are distinct and authentic and that we don't miss a single note of the biting wit that pervades this Brexit-era novel. She deftly exhibits the hopelessness that Richard, a director, experiences as he mourns the death of his best friend and struggles with a new scriptwriter who invents fake history. Brittany is losing her humanity a bit at a time as an officer at an Immigration Removal Center when she meets Florence, a 12-year-old girl, on a train. Burton softens her voice for the young and wise child who evades the Center's security--she is invisible to both society and guards--and shames the head bureaucrat into getting the toilets cleaned. A.B. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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