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Boston, Massachusetts: It's the summer of '69-the parks are flooded with flower children and a hot new band called Led Zeppelin is set to appear at the Boston Tea Party. But for one newlywed couple just beginning their lives together, there will be no peace.In the cradle of sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll, Gus and Elsbeth LeGarde are music students attending the New England Conservatory of Music, after a wedding kept secret from their families. When they discover a bruised and sobbing teenage girl on the Boston Commons who can't remember who she is, or how she got there, the couple decides to "adopt" her to help find her identity.But Gus and Elsbeth aren't prepared to be plunged into a violent world of rape, abuse, and a ring of white slave traders who'll stop at nothing to take back their property - or to acquire new flesh in the form of Gus's beautiful young bride. At times nostalgic, heart-stopping, and breathlessly dramatic, Spirit Me Away is a thrilling romantic mystery set against the colorful backdrop of the sixties - with an unforgettable conclusion at the greatest rock festival of all time.
©2014 Aaron Paul Lazar (P)2014 Aaron Paul Lazar
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By Wanda on 03-29-16

Wonderful story

I actually had to speed up the narration on this because the narrator spoke at so true to form in the 60s with Woodstock real slow I just couldn't handle it I had to speed it up otherwise this was a great story great book it totally enjoyed it. I received this free for an honest opinion/review.

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By R. Madden on 02-12-16

Interesting

Where does Spirit Me Away rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Top 10

What was one of the most memorable moments of Spirit Me Away?

The baby.

What does Robert King Ross bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He brought the "vintage" to it. He spoke the lingo well and made himself sound convincingly high, when needed.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, but way too long for that.

Any additional comments?

This wasn't the best book about female trafficking, but it wasn't bad either. I like that it was set in the past. This setting allowed for a more unique storyline.<br/><br/>I received this book in exchange for an honest review.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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