At the End of the World, Turn Left by Zhanna Slor, Read by Zura Johnson and Caitlin Kelly
Literary Suspense in Two Voices
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Zura Johnson and Caitlin Kelly’s dual narration captures At the End of the World, Turn Left, Zhanna Slor’s story of the challenges of immigrant life and the complexities of family. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile contributor Alan Minskoff discuss the way the two narrator’s voices portray two sisters of an immigrant Russian Jewish family. Johnson reads Masha, called home from Israel to help find her younger sister Anna, played by Kelly, who has vanished from Milwaukee. Her disappearance is at the heart of this literary mystery.
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