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Audiobooks Narrated by Abby Trott

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  1. The Therapist Audiobook The Therapist
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  2. The Dream Weavers Audiobook The Dream Weavers
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  3. Working Hard, Hardly Working: How to achieve more, stress less and feel fulfilled Audiobook Working Hard, Hardly Working: How to achieve more, stress less and feel fulfilled
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  4. The Summer Job: The most feel-good romcom of 2021 soon to be a TV series Audiobook The Summer Job: The most feel-good romcom of 2021 soon to be a TV series
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  5. Dreamland Audiobook Dreamland
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  6. The Wolf Den Audiobook The Wolf Den
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  7. Transcendent Kingdom Audiobook Transcendent Kingdom
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  8. The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse Audiobook The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse
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  9. One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time Audiobook One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time
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  10. Outlander 'International Edition' Audiobook Outlander 'International Edition'
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Time is a Fine White Lie: Postmodern Musings Audiobook

Time is a Fine White Lie: Postmodern Musings

An Australian shamaness traveling in the body of a Chicago bartender leads to a surreal rendezvous with a presumed-dead rock star. An OkCupid encounter turns into blissful madness when souls connect over a national tragedy. A bloody accident at a city bus stop gives way to an absurdly rewarding feast. This collection of seven short stories poses the question: What phenomena are occurring under our nose, right now, that appear completely random but are consistent and solid periodic events we simply lack the scope to see, the comprehension to grasp, or the vocabulary to name? Time is a Fine White Lie may be the closest thing we have to a traveler’s journal from that latent, ephemeral possibility—at once a tribute, warning, antidote, and gateway—to that which we take for granted.

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