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    Close your eyes, hold hands [compact disc] : a novel / Chris Bohjalian.
    by Bohjalian, Chris, 1960-
    [Westminster, MD] : Books on Tape, [2014]
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  • Orphans -- Fiction.
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  • Added Author: 
    Blewer, Grace.
    ISBN: 
    9780307917485
    0307917487
    9780307917454
    0307917452
    Bib #: 
    890908
    Local Subjects: 
    Compact disc, Spoken word (Unabridged)
    Genre: 
    Audiobooks.
    Bildungsromans.
    Description: 
    7 audio discs (8.5 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
    Edition: 
    Unabridged.
    Notes: 
    Compact discs.
    Summary: 
    "Close Your Eyes, Hold Hands is the story of Emily Shepard, a homeless teen living in an igloo made of ice and trash bags filled with frozen leaves. Half a year earlier, a nuclear plant in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom had experienced a cataclysmic meltdown, and both of Emily's parents were killed. Devastatingly, her father was in charge of the plant, and the meltdown may have been his fault. Was he drunk when it happened? Thousands of people are forced to flee their homes in the Kingdom; rivers and forests are destroyed; and Emily feels certain that as the daughter of the most hated man in America, she is in danger. So instead of following the social workers and her classmates after the meltdown, Emily takes off on her own for Burlington, where she survives by stealing, sleeping on the floor of a drug dealer's apartment, and inventing a new identity for herself -- an identity inspired by her favorite poet, Emily Dickinson. When Emily befriends a young homeless boy named Cameron, she protects him with a ferocity she didn't know she had. But she still can't outrun her past, can't escape her grief, can't hide forever--and so she comes up with the only plan that she can" -- from publisher's web site.
    Performer(s): 
    Read by Grace Blewer.
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    LocationCollectionCall No.StatusDue DateItem Type 
    Albany Public Library(F) Spoken Word CollectionFIC BohChecked Out11/07/2014Adult Media - DigitalRequest This Copy
    Becker Public Library(F) Spoken Word CollectionFIC BohChecked Out11/22/2014Adult Media - DigitalRequest This Copy

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