Daughter of the Moon Goddess by Sue Lynn Tan, Read by Natalie Naudus
A Lush, Sweeping Fantasy Inspired by Chinese Mythology
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Natalie Naudus narrates Daughter of the Moon Goddess, Sue Lynn Tan’s sweeping, romantic saga inspired by Chinese mythology. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss Naudus’s skill at bringing this fantasy to life for listeners. Xingyin was raised on the moon by her mother Chang’e, but makes her way to the Celestial Kingdom to try and earn her mother’s freedom. Naudus captures Xingyin’s blossoming confidence and continued determination, even as she faces down mythical creatures and myriad threats in battle.
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