Older by Pamela Redmond, Read by Sutton Foster
Perfect Listening for Fans of Younger
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Viewers have seen award-winning actress Sutton Foster play Liza Miller in the television show Younger, but now they can experience her audiobook performance in this highly anticipated sequel, Older. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Michele Cobb discuss this audiobook born of a TV comedy that follows Liza two years after she was caught lying about her age to land a job in publishing. Sutton Foster’s voice is engaging and enthusiastic as she makes Liza’s perspective genuine and elicits sympathy during her struggle to turn her story into TV. Fans of the Younger show and book won’t be disappointed by the sequel.
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