Breathe [(MP3)sound recording] / Joyce Carol Oates ; read by Cassandra Campbell.
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|Macon County Public Library||MP3 AUDIOBOOK OATES (Text)||39493109341760||Adult New Audiobook||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781665100465
- Physical Description: 1 MP3 disc (approximately 11 hours) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
- Edition: Unabridged.
- Publisher: Ashland, Oregon : Blackstone Audio Inc.; New York, N.Y.: Harper Audio, 2021
|Participant or Performer Note:||
Performed by Cassandra Campbell.
Amid a starkly beautiful but uncanny landscape in New Mexico, a married couple from Cambridge, MA, takes residency at a distinguished academic institute. When the husband is stricken with a mysterious illness, misdiagnosed at first, their lives are uprooted, and husband and wife each embarks upon a nightmare journey. At thirty-seven, Michaela faces the terrifying prospect of widowhood--and the loss of Gerard, whose identity has greatly shaped her own. In vividly depicted scenes of escalating suspense, Michaela cares desperately for Gerard in his final days as she comes to realize that her love for her husband, however fierce and selfless, is not enough to save him and that his death is beyond her comprehension. A love that refuses to be surrendered at death--is this the blessing of a unique married love, or a curse that must be exorcized? Part intimately detailed love story, part horror story rooted in real life, Breathe is an exploration of hauntedness rooted in the domesticity of marital love, as well as our determination both to be faithful to the beloved and to survive the trauma of loss.
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System requirements: CD/MP3 player, or PC with MP3-capable software.
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