Following the lives of four sisters on a journey out of adolescence, Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women explores the difficulties associated with gender roles in a Post-Civil War America.
Author: Louisa May Alcott
Narrator: Andrea Emmes
Length: 17h 36m
This was actually my first experience with Little Women, be it reading or listening, so I was pleased to be introduced to this beloved book. There were times when the narration really had to work to keep my attention, but then again I am usually doing something else while listening to an audiobook, and can easily have my attention pulled from what I’m listening to. I think this is because so many years of listening to music in the background just to have some noise.
This book really pulls the reader into a different time, and Andrea Emmes narration helps to really transport the reader to the world of Little Women. I give this audiobook 4/5 stars.
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In the future there is no disease. There is no war. There is no discontent. All citizens are complacent members of the Global Governance. But one summer is about to change everything.
Keeva Tee just turned fifteen. All of her dreams are about to come true. She s about to make the trip to Monarch Camp to be imprinted with her intended life partner. One day they ll have perfect kids and a perfect life. But in her happy, carefree life in the Ocean Community, something weighs on her mind. She hears whispers about anomalies citizens who can t be imprinted. No one knows what happens to them, but they never seem to come back.
When Keeva arrives at Monarch Camp, her worst nightmare becomes a reality she is an anomaly. After imprinting, the people she loves change, and she starts to doubt everything she s ever believed. What if freedom and individuality have been sacrificed for security? And what if the man who solves all the problems is the very man who s created them and what if he isn’t a man at all?
When Keeva finds a warning carved under a bunk bed she begins to understand: nonconformity will be punished, dissent is not an option, insurgents will be destroyed.
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