One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston, Read by Natalie Naudus
A Perfect Narrator for a Tale of Queer Joy, First Love, and Self-Discovery
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Narrator Natalie Naudus brings a quiet intensity to One Last Stop, Casey McQuiston’s genre-crossing audiobook, featuring August, a prickly loner who tries to lose herself in New York City but instead finds purpose, community, and an unconventional romance. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Emily Connelly discuss this bestseller that Naudus narrates with an immersive and utterly beguiling performance, the perfect fit for a tale of queer joy, first love, and self discovery. August meets Jane on the Q train and develops a major crush, but things get more complicated once she discovers the truth—Jane is from the 1970s, trapped on the Q train in a time slip. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile’s website.
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