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The Host: A Novel by Stephenie Meyer Audio Book Download

The Host: A Novel by Stephenie Meyer Audio Book Download
Listened day and night for this novel – This was truly the first audio book that I simply couldn’t take out of my ears/head. Although it goes along a relatively simple story line the emotions are so well depicted and so well interpreted by the reader that you simply can not put your audio device down. I will sure be listening to it once again. It was simple and beautiful, sci-fi and love story, epic journey and family affair all in one. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to feel. Publisher Summary Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away. Written by: Stephenie MeyerNarrated by: Kate ReadingLength: 23 hrs and 5 mins Limited time offer: Get this audiobook free on audiobooks.com Learn how to get this free (on audible.com) ©2008 Stephenie Meyer; (P)2008 Hachette Audio

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