So We Meet Again: A Novel Free Audiobook Download by Suzanne Park

The day was cloudy and the mood was weird, so I felt like it would be a good idea to listen to something that could make me feel better. I had heard about this book from my sister, who told me that the narrator is really good and that her voice is soothing. My friends on Facebook also said that she was amazing, so I decided to take a chance. The story is about Danny, who's an IT guy and also very lonely in his life when he gets a new roommate named Ellen. When he decides to look up her personal information on social media, he learns all kinds of things about her like how much money she has and what job she does. The deeper they get into their friendship, the harder it becomes because Danny

When young woman Anna is told she's adopted, she does not believe it. So her parents take her to find her biological family. The first stop on their journey is the cemetery where they are met with a sign that reads: "So we meet again." This starts a journey of discovery for Anna who is trying to uncover the truth about herself and all that has happened in her life.

US-China relations are the primary focus of the novel, so it's no surprise that the narrator is a half-Chinese, half-American woman named Jackie Chung. She has been born in America but raised and educated in China. She left behind her parents and her adopted sister to move to America with her husband and daughter.

For decades, the Bowman family has lived a quiet life. Then Mona, the youngest of them, comes home from college with a suitcase full of secrets. With one stroke of Mona's pen, their lives are swept up in a vortex of trauma and heartache that will leave them reeling.

This audiobook is narrated by Jackie Chung and she does a superb job with it. The voices of the characters are clear, easy to understand, and make the reader want to listen all the way through. This book is about China, California and Mexico in which we meet an American who is living there as a teaching assistant.

So We Meet Again is a fast-paced, murder mystery that proves the power of hope and perseverance. The narrator, Jackie Chung, narrates in such an engaging way that you find yourself turning pages without even realizing it. It's a story of self-discovery and finding love in all the wrong places.

Published Date 2021-08-03
Duration 8 hours 31 minutes
Author Suzanne Park
Narrated Jackie Chung
(2 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Asian American Literature, Multicultural & Interracial, Rom-Com

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