Ginny Moon

  • by Benjamin Ludwig
  • Narrated by Em Eldridge
  • 9 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

READ THE BOOK CRITICS ARE RAVING ABOUT!
“A brilliant debut.” —Graeme Simsion, New York Times bestselling author of The Rosie Project
“A heartwarming and unforgettable page-turner.” —Booklist, starred review
“A powerful affirmation of the fragility and strength of families.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review
“At once captivating and heart-wrenching…. Ginny's is a unique and compelling voice…. Ginny Moon is original, revealing and timely. And, with any luck, it will spark much-needed conversations around foster care, adoption and autism.” —The Toronto Star
Full of great big heart and unexpected humor, Ludwig's debut introduces the lovable, wholly original Ginny Moon who discovers a new meaning of family on her unconventional journey home.
Ginny Moon is exceptional. Everyone knows it—her friends at school, teammates on the basketball team, and especially her new adoptive parents. They all love her, even if they don't quite understand her. They want her to feel like she belongs.
What they don't know is that Ginny has no intention of belonging. She's found her birth-mother on Facebook, and is determined to get back to her—even if it means going back to a place that was extremely dangerous. Because Ginny left something behind and she's desperate to get it back, to make things right.

But no one listens. No one understands. So Ginny takes matters into her own hands…
Benjamin Ludwig's whip-smart, unforgettable novel is an illuminating look at one girl's journey to find her way home and one of the freshest debuts in years.

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What the Critics Say

"Ginny Moon is a brilliant debut.... I was unable to put the book down.... This novel has all the elements for critical and popular success!" (Graeme Simsion, New York Times best-selling author of The Rosie Project)

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Intellectual heir to incident of the dog/nighttime

what a great read and authentic voice of a child with autism. Ginny was a true voice, while at the same time interesting and funny to listen to. my
only complaint is that it was a little to clear that the book was written from a father's perspective. the voice and emotions from the mother seemed less real or natural. a good read. AUDIBLE 20 REVIEW SWEEPSTAKES ENTRY
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- Will

Amazing!

This book is sooo good. I wasn’t sure because I usually like thrillers, but I did not want it to end. Makes you laugh and makes you cry.
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- Keri G. Griffith

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-02-2017
  • Publisher: Harlequin Audio