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  1. Julie

    Julie

    Runtime: 14.75 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $34.98 Member Price: $27.98 (or 6 credits)
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    Julie explores the miracle of faith against a background of small-town America coming of age, with a story—and a heroine—unforgettably powerful and alive. Julie Wallace was only eighteen when her family moved to a flood-prone Pennsylvania town in 1934. Here her father, risking their life savings, took over a struggling newspaper, and Julie began fighting to fulfill her dreams. She found herself taking sides as battle lines were drawn between desperate steelworkers and the owners of the mills—and being torn as two young men divided her loyalty and her heart. Then a devastating catastrophe became the ultimate test of courage and commitment—and Julie’s special strength would come from love.
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  2. Christy

    Christy

    Narrator: Kellie Martin
    Runtime: 19 Hrs. - Unabridged
    Regular Price: $34.98 Member Price: $27.98 (or 6 credits)
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    Christy Huddleston left home at 19 to teach school in the Smokey Mountains. There she came to know and love the wild mountain people with their fierce pride, their dark superstitions, their terrible poverty, their yearning for beauty and truth. Christy found her faith severely challenged in these primitive surroundings; and, confronted with two young men of unique strength and needs, she found her own growing yearnings challenged by love.
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  3. The Brothers Karamazov

    The Brothers Karamazov

    Runtime: 10.5 Hrs. - Abridged
    Regular Price: $36.00 Member Price: $28.80 (or 6 credits)
    Regular Price: $36.00 Member Price: $28.80 (or 6 credits)
    Dostoyevsky’s famous and well-regarded 1880 novel The Brothers Karamazov is a tale of bitter family rivalries. Three brothers live in a small, typical Russian town. Their father, a selfish, cunning, lascivious figure with little love for them, tries to maintain his control over them and anyone who comes within his orbit. The roots of dissent, unhappiness, hope, ambition and desire run deep in this community as everywhere, and Dostoyevsky brings them to the fore with an unexpected death. The atmospheric spell of this great work of Russian literature is maintained throughout by a masterly reading by Tim Pigott-Smith.
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