Maiden Voyage Free Audiobook Download by Tania Aebi

Tania Aebi has written a new book, and she is reading it via audiobook. It is called Maiden Voyage. The author recently went on a cruise and recorded her experience while "living the dream."

Voyage to the Moon is a science fiction novel written by H. G. Wells in 1897 that recounts the story of Professor Edward Rigby, who invents a rocket ship capable of flying from Earth to the Moon and back again.

Tania Aebi is an engaging narrator. Her voice is pleasant and she doesn't have an accent a listener will have to work hard to understand, which makes the audiobook an easy listen.

Maiden Voyage is an amazing and enthralling story that will captivate readers from the very first page. Tania Aebi has created a novel about what happens when you take a childhood game, turn it up to 11, add in some impossible odds, throw in all of your childhood fears, and then watch as the game unfolds before you.

After being cheated on, American country singer Neka Greggs travels to the Middle East to get some R and R from the high stress life she has been living. She goes there and falls in love with a man, who for all purposes could be her full-time husband and future father of her children. But no, he is just a friend. One night, Neka discovers that maybe this may not be so bad after all because she meets a few tourists that are interested in her musical talent.

Tania Aebi is an author of young adult fiction. This book tells the story of a teenage girl whose mother goes missing and she travels to a small island off the coast of Canada to find her. Along the way, she meets a very strange boy who becomes like family one night in his cabin. It is through this interaction with the boy that she slowly begins to believe in herself again on her journey that ultimately leads her back home to her mother and family.

Published Date 2022-01-18
Duration 11 hours 26 minutes
Author Tania Aebi
Narrated Tania Aebi
(0 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Travel
Parent Category Essays & Travelogues, History & Culture, Outdoor Recreation

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