White Ivy: A Novel Free Audiobook Download by Susie Yang

White Ivy: A Novel is the latest novel by Susie Yang. It tells the story of two families, one white and one black, that have lived together in a small town since the civil war. It is a love story with fiction as well as true historical events woven seamlessly into it.

White Ivy is a novel written by Susie Yang. It is about the life of Clare, a woman living in Green Bay, Wisconsin and the struggles she faces. She has to find a way to make her family happy while trying to run her company and keep up with her mostly absent husband. The audiobook includes an introduction from the author at the beginning of each chapter explaining what will happen next.

"White Ivy is a surrealist novel and an ode to NYC, perfect for fans of Susie Yang's debut, People Like Us"--

White Ivy is the story of a girl named Ivy, who is uprooted from her home in North Carolina and moves to New York City to live with her aunt. Her parents are Chinese immigrants and Ivy struggles to fit in. Eventually, she falls for the son of one of her dad's friends, who also happens to be white.

White Ivy is a beautifully written novel about a family's history and the long-lasting effects of resentment and neglect.

White Ivy is a young woman who grows up in the shadow of her powerful, and often absent father. Her childhood is shaped by learning, coming to love and care for animals, and finding joy in her own quirky personality. As she grows older and becomes estranged from her father, White Ivy finds herself living on the other side of the tracks in a different world filled with new friends, new chances at happiness, and even love.

Published Date 2020-11-03
Duration 12 hours 51 minutes
Author Susie Yang
Narrated Emily Woo Zeller
(42 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Asian American Literature, Contemporary Women, Literary Fiction

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