Old Friends (Unabridged) Audiobook

Narrated By Lowell George Seibel

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Length: 9 hours and 30 min.

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Brilliance Audio presents Old Friends audiobook in a downloadable format. This book was written by Tracy Kidder and narrated by Lowell George Seibel.

This version of Old Friends audiobook is published in an unabridged format. That means that this is complete narration of the written book.

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Price $17.47 $18 97%
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Rating 71 Points 74 Points 96%
Price $25.34 $18 141%
Minutes 555 355 156%

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from Londonderry, NH said on Goodreads:

Touching, heartwarming

from San Francisco, CA said on Goodreads:

Classic Kidder – moving, funny, and poignant in all the right places.

from Escanaba, MI said on Goodreads:

It was alright, but I think to really enjoy it you have to be older. Older than I am anyway.

from Quincy, MA said on Goodreads:

i liked this book, but it's a little depressing, and could've used a little more information and less stories.....

from Stephen, MN said on Goodreads:

Excellent insight into life in a nursing home.

from The United States said on Goodreads:

Bittersweet, touching read about loss, aging, humor and friendships in a group of nursing home residents.

from Kirkland, WA said on Goodreads:

wonderful insight into growing old in a nursing home. great characters. great writer.

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Tracy Kidder won the Pulitzer Prize for The Soul of a New Machine. House and Among Schoolchildren were national best sellers. Now this "crackerjack reporter with a common touch" (Philip Lopate, The Washington Post) has turned his talents to his most important and universal theme in this, a close-in study of old age in America. With care and exactitude, with the human compassion and humor for which he is famed, Kidder opens up a fascinating world to us that is, at the same time, foreign and compelling.

The narrative takes place entirely in a nursing home and focuses on two old men struggling with their circumstances, their memories, and their mortality.

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