Fugitive Pieces (Audiobook)
Pub Date: January 1, 2001
BTC Audiobooks / Fiction / Novels
Audio Cassette: 9780864922472 $19.95
Anne Michaels's spellbinding novel has quickly become one of the most beloved and talked-about books of the decade.
Anne Michaels has won some of the world's most prestigious prizes for Fugitive Pieces, including the Orange Prize for Fiction, the Lannan Literary Award for Fiction, the Guardian Fiction Award, and the Jewish Quarterly Prize for Fiction.
Diego Matamoras has performed in opera, musical theater, and stage plays. He can be seen regularly on television in episodes of Due South and Traders.
Neil Munro frequently performs and directs at the Stratford and Shaw festivals.
"Features fine performances by actor/directors Neil Munro and Diego Matamoros, whose resonant voices suit the book's emotional themes and Michaels' inner world." — Quill & Quire
"The dual narration of Munro and Matamoros lends a surprisingly deep sense of truth to Fugitive Pieces. A child's life is saved by a Greek geologist, who rescues him from hiding during WWII. Decades later, as an adult, he revisits the past by chance, when he meets a young professor whose parents survived the Holocaust. Listeners will be at once intrigued and deeply moved by individual voices that play off each other with a dialogue that seems almost operatic. There's a solid story here too, which makes listening even more fulfilling." — AudioFile