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The Four Ms. Bradwells by Meg Waite Clayton
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Apr 16, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: narrated-or-to-narrate
Read in January, 2011

I loved a lot of things about this book and was honored to have been able to do the narration for the audio. I was reading Gail Collins' When Everything ChangedWhen Everything Changed: The Amazing Journey of American Women from 1960 to the Present at the same time which put a lot of the history in this fiction in context. I loved the changing of perspectives between the four women, the truth and depth of their (sometimes difficult) friendships. I felt the moral and ethical issues through their struggles and pain. These characters were about ten years older than I am and it was really interesting to experience the world through their eyes.

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Mom Taxi Julie You did a good job with the voices of the different characters :)

Karen White Julie wrote: "You did a good job with the voices of the different characters :)"

Thank you! I worked hard to keep them clear, but it was a challenging one, as they are all the same age, all educated. I also took a risk with this by attempting to differentiate the narration as well, since it is in the first person (with Meg's blessing). So glad you thought it worked. What a lovely book, huh?

Jami Collier I really enjoyed Wed Sisters, but I just couldn't get into this one

Karen White Some people have had generational problems with it. That is, it connects more to their mom's generation. She's writing a Wednesday Daughters I think!

Jami Collier HOPE SO

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