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Saving CeeCee Honeycutt by Beth Hoffman
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★★★★☆ (This is a review of the audiobook.) This was charmingly narrated by Jenna Lamia who convincingly sounds not only like an intelligent, forlorn little 12 year-old girl, but the many moods of CeeCee herself – worry, happiness, embarrassment, guilt, wonder, revenge, fear, grief, sadness, humor, forgiveness, and delight. Ms. Lamia performs the various accents, Northern and Southern, female and male, with distention and authenticity. There are some wonderful, touching scenes in this coming-of-age story and she delivers them nicely.
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“She looked up and smiled. “I’m glad you found some books that interest you. Would you like a glass of lemonade?”

Though I was hoping to thank her for the books and be on my way, I didn't want to seem rude. I nodded and set the stack of books on the counter. While Miz Goodpepper pulled a pitcher from the refrigerator, I asked, “Is the Kama Sutra a volcano?”

She gasped and splashed lemonade across the kitchen counter. The strangest look streaked across her face as she sopped up the mess with a wad of paper towels. “Well, I suppose some might think it's a volcano of sorts, but I can say with absolute assurance you wouldn't enjoy that book.”

“That's what I thought,” I said, feeling pleased with myself, so I put it back on the shelf.

She let out a barely audible sigh. “Good.”
Beth Hoffman, Saving CeeCee Honeycutt

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05/15/2016 marked as: read

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Lisa Rhodes I loved this audiobook! Do you know of anymore that she narrates? I was so sad when it was over...

Cheryl D She narrated one of the leads in The Help as well as Looking for Me, by Beth Hoffman.

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K Stile I was kind of on the fence about this until I saw your post about Jenna Lamia- love her narration! I adored her in The Help and also loved The Chosen One by Carol Lynch Williams. It's YA but very good and done well by Lamia.

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