Audiobooks Narrated by Sally Darling

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The Devil's Dream Audiobook

The Devil's Dream

A New York Times Notable Book of the Year, The Devil's Dream is an animated, lyrical novel that is meant to be savored as spoken word. Consummate storyteller Lee Smith's creation will delight anyone who enjoys the sound of language and a good story. Preacher's son Moses Bailey believed that the fiddle was the voice of the Devil and denied his wife the pleasure of the music she dearly loved. She fiddled for her three children behind her husband's back. Thus begins a magnificent 150-year saga of a musical Southern family featuring barn dances, medicine shows, the Grand Ole Opry, and the evolution of country music from hymns to rockabilly. Generations of authentic, down-home mountain people spring to life, colorful dialects and all, through the magic of several extraordinary narrators. Each chapter, a story in itself, will move listeners with its passion, emotion, warmth, and intimacy.

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Mrs. Bridge Audiobook

Mrs. Bridge

Author: Evan S. Connell, James Salter Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: March 2016

India Bridge's house is a prison, her life a collection of redundancies. Overnight her children have turned into willful, frightening creatures, and her husband into an unsolvable enigma. When India tries to reach beyond the limitations around her, she begins to realize the scattered truths that hide themselves in fear and solitude.

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She Walks These Hills Audiobook

She Walks These Hills

Author: Sharyn Mccrumb Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: March 2015

In She Walks These Hills, McCrumb weaves a tale of journeys-from the historic journey of Katie Wyler, kidnapped by the Shawnee in 1789, to the pilgrimage of Hiram Sorley, an escapee from Mountain City's prison.

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The Ponder Heart Audiobook

The Ponder Heart

Author: Eudora Welty Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: April 2012

Originally published in The New Yorker in 1954, The Ponder Heart is easily Eudora Welty's most comic novel, a lighthearted burlesque that rivals Caldwell's Tobacco Road for capturing rural idioms, and the novels of Mark Twain for high farce. Edna Earle, a person of large distinction in Clay County, and the talkative owner of the Beulah Hotel, tells the story of her Uncle Daniel Ponder, a local hero whose over-affection for society compels him to give everything he owns away. The disappearance of Uncle Daniel's second wife, the waifish and willowy Bonnie Dee Peacock, leads to his arrest for murder. The trial, which comprises the second half of the novel, is a masterpiece of courtroom anarchy. A cast of Dickensian characters coupled with Edna's hysterically accurate observations of small-town life, transport the reader, like a raucous family drive, to a truly original conclusion.

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Under the Man-Fig Audiobook

Under the Man-Fig

Author: Mollie Evelyn Moore Davis Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: March 2005

A classic work of Texas fiction from popular poet and historian M.E.M. Davis, Under the Man-Fig was first published in 1895. Part romance, part satire, and part realism, this entertaining novel takes place in the fictional town of Thornham on the Texas Gulf Coast. Under the sprawling branches of the ancient man-fig tree in the town square, all the male gossips of Thornham sit around and spin their colorful yarns-and in so doing, unwittingly weave a folk history of the Old South. This important work resounds with a reading from narrator Sally Darling.

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Five Little Peppers and How They Grew Audiobook

Five Little Peppers and How They Grew

Author: Margaret Sidney Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: November 2004

The five Pepper children-Ben, Polly, Dave, Joel, and Phronsie-have secret plans to surprise their mother on her birthday. But how can they make those plans come true without any money? Ever since Mr. Pepper died, the Peppers have been so poor that they can't even afford Christmas. Through all their misadventures, however, the Peppers are rich in love. From measles to monkeys, from brown bread to birthday cakes, their little house always rings with laughter and hope. Then, just when terrible tragedy nearly strikes the five little Peppers, a mysterious boy named Jasper King tumbles into their lives. Can good fortune be coming soon? Since in first appeared in 1880, Five Little Peppers and How They Grew has become a beloved children's classic, winning the hearts of children around the world. Now, narrator Sally Darling captures all the warmth, charm, and innocence of this delightful story for a new generation of children.

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Delta Wedding Audiobook

Delta Wedding

Author: Eudora Welty Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: August 2004

Set on the Mississippi Delta in 1923, this story captures the mind and manners of the Fairchilds, a large aristocratic family, self-contained and elusive as the wind. The vagaries of the Fairchilds are keenly observed, and sometimes harshly judged, by nine-year-old Laura McRaven, a Fairchild cousin who takes The Yellow Dog train to the Delta for Dabney Fairchild's wedding. An only child whose mother has just died, Laura is resentful of her boisterous, careless cousins, and desperate for their acceptance. As the hour moves closer and closer to wedding day, Laura arrives at a more subtle understanding of both the Fairchilds and herself. Born in 1909 in Jackson, Mississippi, Eudora Welty is one of the South's finest novelists. She won a Pulitzer in 1972 for The Optimist's Daughter. Delta Wedding is her best known work.

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Lunch at the Piccadilly Audiobook

Lunch at the Piccadilly

Author: Clyde Edgerton Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: March 2004

Best-selling author Clyde Edgerton is the author of Raney and Walking Across Egypt. When a group of robust elderly women break out of their nursing home and hit the road, their adventures are hilariously entertaining. Sally Darling's playful narration will leave listeners wanting to hear more.

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A Gathering of Old Men Audiobook

A Gathering of Old Men

Stirring, heroic, and wonderfully laced with the musical languages of the Bayou, Ernest J. Gaines-the foremost voice in contemporary African American literature-adds another breathtaking saga to his canon with A Gathering of Old Men. When Sheriff Mapes is summoned to a sugarcane plantation to find a dead Cajun farmer, he knows who committed the crime. Mapes finds himself powerless, however, when nearly 20 elderly black men confess to the murder. Can justice be served, or will the dead man's brutish father pass judgment his way? Building to a climax that is as stunning as it is inevitable, A Gathering of Old Men powerfully describes the racial tensions in 1970s Louisiana. Narrators Peter Francis James, Michelle-Denise Woods, Sally Darling, Graham Brown, Murphy Guyer, Tom Stechschulte and Mark Hammer bring Gaines' masterful prose to vivid life. This insightful novel takes its place among Gaines' thought-provoking classics, The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman and In My Father's House.

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Bull Run Audiobook

Bull Run

Winner of the Newbery Medal, an ALA Best Book for Young Adults, and a Publishers Weekly Best book of 1993, Bull Run has become a modern classic of historical fiction for young adults. In this brilliant narrative, Fleischman recreates the first great battle of the Civil War from the points of view of sixteen different participants. Through an unflinching narrative of the battle of Bull Run, human faces begin to emerge from the faded pages of history. Read by a varied cast of narrators, the characters on both sides spring to vivid life as they share their feelings as the battle of Bull Run rages around them. Intimate and instructive, this recording is a tour de force that will please parents and teachers who are looking for a way to interest youngsters in reading and history. Cast of narrators, in order of appearance, includes: George Guidall, Christina Moore, Andy Paris, Peter Francis James, Barbara Caruso, Robert Sevra, Johnny Heller, Tom Stechschulte, Richard Poe, Paul Hecht, John McDonough, Jeff Woodman, Sam Gray, Richard Davidson, Sally Darling, and Mark Hammer.

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Dragonsinger : Harper Hall #2 Audiobook

Dragonsinger : Harper Hall #2

Author: Anne McCaffrey Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: January 2002

Menolly has returned home and entered the Harper Hall. But her entry into the Hall proves the beginning of more troubles, and the Master Harper gives her a difficult time because she is a girl. As Menolly begins to despair, she finds help in the shape of nine bright allies.

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Dragondrums Audiobook

Dragondrums

Author: Anne McCaffrey Narrator: Sally Darling Release Date: October 2001

When the voice of Piemur-an apprentice at Harper Hall-changes, he has to leave the companionship of Master Shonagar behind. But his disappointment is soon replaced by a new challenge. He is to enter the service of the Master Harper himself as a rider of dragons. Soon, he embarks on a dangerous mission to the Southern Hold. The future of Pern hangs on his success.

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