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"In bestselling author Cheryl Strayed's powerful novel, Teresa Rae Wood receives a shocking death sentence in the form of a terminal cancer diagnosis at the age of 38. With less than a year to live, her family comes together in an attempt to deal with the crisis and the inevitable loss. In this audio edition, Strayed delivers a powerful performance. And while her narration is far from polished, the inherent emotional investment she has in her story makes for a truly affecting listening experience. Strayed's pacing is steady, and the author's insider knowledge of the characters allows her to portray them in a realistic and compelling fashion. A Vintage paperback." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

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"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "In bestselling author Cheryl Strayed's powerful novel, Teresa Rae Wood receives a shocking death sentence in the form of a terminal cancer diagnosis at the age of 38. With less than a year to live, her family comes together in an attempt to deal with the crisis and the inevitable loss. In this audio edition, Strayed delivers a powerful performance. And while her narration is far from polished, the inherent emotional investment she has in her story makes for a truly affecting listening experience. Strayed's pacing is steady, and the author's insider knowledge of the characters allows her to portray them in a realistic and compelling fashion. A Vintage paperback." Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
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