We are all completely beside ourselves [sound recording] : [a novel] / by Karen Joy Fowler.
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- 3 of 5 copies available at Bibliomation.
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Bethel Public Library||CDBOOK F FOWLER (Text to phone)||34030129704943||Adult Fiction CD||Available||-|
|Easton Public Library||ACD FOWLER, KAREN JOY (Text to phone)||37777122316508||Adult Fiction CD||Available||-|
|Milford Public Library||FOWLER (Text to phone)||34013077116245||Adult Fiction CD||Checked out||03/10/2020|
|Ridgefield Library||FIC FOWLER (Text to phone)||34010131039454||Adult Book on CD||Available||-|
|Southbury Public Library||BKCD FOWLER (BOOK ON CD) (Text to phone)||34019126822055||Adult Book on CD||Checked out||06/15/2020|
- ISBN: 9781470881436 (library ed.)
- ISBN: 1470881438 (library ed.)
- Physical Description: 7 sound discs (ca. 540 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: [Ashland, OR] : Blackstone Audio, Inc., p2013.
|General Note:||Subtitle from container.
"Tracks Every 3 Minutes."
|Participant or Performer Note:||Read by Orlagh Cassidy.|
|Summary, etc.:||Narrator Rosemary Cook begins her story in the middle. "I spent the first eighteen years of my life defined by this one fact: I was raised with a chimpanzee," she tells us. "It's never going to be the first thing I share with someone. I tell you Fern was a chimp and already you aren't thinking of her as my sister. But until Fern's expulsion, I'd scarcely known a moment alone. She was my twin, my funhouse mirror, my whirlwind other half, and I loved her as a sister." Rosemary was not yet six when Fern was removed. Over the years, she's managed to block a lot of memories. She's smart, vulnerable, innocent, and culpable. With some guile, she guides us through the darkness, penetrating secrets and unearthing memories, leading us deeper into the mystery she has dangled before us from the start. Stripping off the protective masks that have hidden truths too painful to acknowledge, in the end, "Rosemary" truly is for remembrance.|
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