The Ones We’re Meant to Find by Joan He, Read by Nancy Wu
An Intense and Memorable YA Listen
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Nancy Wu narrates The Ones We’re Meant to Find with a quiet intensity that suits this climate disaster novel centered around two teen sisters who are desperate to be reunited. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss Joan He’s YA novel that examines both the perils of our future and the depths of connections between sisters. Kasey is a science prodigy living in an eco-city in the sky, worried about her sister, who went missing at sea. Cee has survived for three years on an isolated island, with few memories of her past, but listeners hear her desperation to find her sister out across the sea. Listeners will be slowly drawn into their devastating story full of perfectly executed twists.
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