Audrey Craven


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(4.1 stars; 14 reviews)

In May Sinclair’s remarkable first novel, Audrey Craven is a beautiful young woman who has by her idiosyncrasies acquired a thoroughly undeserved reputation for originality. In fact, Audrey is a shallow, selfish, malleable person of negligible intelligence, with a fastidious horror of anyone who might be considered a nobody. Her pursuit of the stimulation of extraordinary minds (and her persistent fantasy of being somebody’s Muse) brings her into contact with serious women and men representing the profoundest passions of art, religion, science, and love. The question is, will these encounters prove to be her salvation, or will her vindictive self-centeredness damage the ardent lives she touches? (Expatriate) (7 hr 18 min)

Chapters

Chapter 01 8:34 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 02 19:52 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 03 23:36 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 04 13:39 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 05 20:04 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 06 20:35 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 07 11:39 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 08 16:56 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 09 22:02 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 10 11:57 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 11 9:52 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 12 9:32 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 13 18:59 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 14 12:46 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 15 18:21 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 16 12:23 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 17 17:00 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 18 29:12 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 19 19:12 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 20 17:26 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 21 15:05 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 22 23:57 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 23 10:36 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 24 24:11 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 25 8:30 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 26 16:49 Read by Expatriate
Chapter 27 5:57 Read by Expatriate

Reviews

May Sinclair is merciless! in a good way


(5 stars)

This novel, less serious than the Great War books for which I am following reader Expatriate as I write this review, is thoroughly delightful in its merciless portrayal of ... well you can find out for yourself. Reader Expatriate, of whose reading and choices I am now a fan, brings intelligence and inflection to everything he reads. Perhaps less important to some, his voice is free of the dreaded vocal fry, thank g-d.

Brutal!


(5 stars)

The story is n in-depth portrayal of a comely person of breathtaking shallowness surrounded by people who love who they believe she is. It is very well narrated by expatriate. Can the people around her lead her to a revelation of humanity?

Enjoyable


(5 stars)

Good story - very nice solo reading and sound quality. Thank you Expatriate!


(5 stars)

Story is strong on character development.