Patricia Forde lives in the Galway, Ireland. She has published three picture books, lots of easy readers, two plays, and her first novel, The List. She has also written for several television series, including dramas for children and teenagers and English- and Irish-language soap operas. In another life, she was a primary school teacher and the artistic director of the Galway Arts Festival. She now lives with her husband, two teenagers, and a dog called Ben.
Read by Imogen Wilde
A gripping story about the power of words and the dangers of censorship.
"Wilde's transitions between the heroine's speech and the truncated list-speak of the other characters is flawless--no mean feat. In addition, her pacing is spot-on as the story oscillates between moments of high drama and mundane dialogue." - AudioFile
Released August 8, 2017