The Voice in My Head by Dana L. Davis audiobook

The Voice in My Head

By Dana L. Davis
Read by Dana L. Davis  and Tory Kittles

Inkyard Press, Harlequin Audio 9781335008497

Unabridged

Format: CD (In Stock)
  • ISBN: 9781982647360

  • ISBN: 9781982647353

  • ISBN: 9781982647377

Runtime: 9.13 Hours
Category: Fiction
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English

Summary

Summary

From the author of Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now comes an unforgettable novel about facing the impossible, dealing with family chaos—and making sense of everything you are.

For Indigo Philips, life has always been her and her identical twin—Violet. The perfectly dressed, gentle, popular sister. But now Violet is terminally ill and, in a few hours, plans to die on her own terms via medically assisted suicide. Even though she and Violet have drifted apart lately, Indigo doesn’t know how to face life without the only person who really understands her. Until suddenly she hears a mysterious voice claiming to be God, insisting that if she takes Violet to a remote rock formation in the Arizona desert, her sister will live.

Indigo is sure she’s losing it. But Violet agrees to go—if their incredibly dysfunctional family accompanies them on their trek from Seattle to Arizona. Indigo can barely be in the same zip code as her distant mother and controlling big sister, much less keep the peace on a road trip. Speaking her mind is the only way she can deal. But between facing senseless mishaps and strange lodgings, and meeting even stranger folks along the way, Indigo will learn shocking things about those she thought she knew too well. When a sequence of wrenching secrets detonates, Indigo must figure out how to come to terms with her sister, her family…and the voice in her head.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“The writing is refreshing and the characters relatable. Though the novel tackles the heavy subject matter of terminal illness, mental health, and death, lighthearted, comical scenes make for a heartfelt, entertaining read. Readers of realistic fiction will enjoy the sibling banter, unique characters, and authentic dialogue.” School Library Journal
“Family connection, religious exploration, and death with dignity form the beating heart of this moving novel.” Kirkus Reviews
“A moving tale of faith and sisterly love.” Tiffany D. Jackson, author of Allegedly
“Fun, catharsis, a bit of endearing strangeness amidst heartfelt familial drama. It’s everything you want out of a road trip novel.” Adi Alsaid, author of Brief Chronicle of Another Stupid Heartbreak
“An endearing and compelling coming-of-age story. Dana L. Davis captures the messy, complicated love of family in a road trip novel that redefines what it means to truly live.” Nancy Richardson Fischer, author of When Elephants Fly
“Fun, catharsis, a bit of endearing strangeness amidst heartfelt familial drama. It’s everything you want out of a road trip novel.” Adi Alsaid, author of Let’s Get Lost

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Author

Author Bio: Dana L. Davis

Author Bio: Dana L. Davis

Dana L. Davis is an African American actress who lives and works in LA. She has starred in Heroes, Prom Night, Franklin & Bash, and 10 Things I Hate about You. Dana is a classically trained violinist and the founder of the Los Angeles–based nonprofit Culture for Kids LA, which provides inner-city children free tickets and transportation to attend performing arts shows around LA county. She currently appears in the animated series Star vs. the Forces of Evil.

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Details

Details

Available Formats : CD, Library CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction
Runtime: 9.13
Audience: Young Adult (12–17)
Language: English