The Bird that Sang in Color by Grace Mattioli audiobook

The Bird that Sang in Color

By Grace Mattioli
Read by Grace Mattioli

Grace Mattioli
7.31 Hours 1
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    ISBN: 9781664943773

Part family drama and part self-actualization story, this is about Donna Greco, who in her teens, subscribes to a conventional view of success in life and pushes her freewheeling, artistic brother, Vincent to do the same. However, he remains single, childless, and subsists in cramped apartments. She harbors guilt for her supposed failure to ensure his happiness until she discovers a book of sketches he made of his life, which allows her to see his internal joy and discover the secret to living free! Thought-provoking, humorous, and filled with unforgettable characters, this book invites readers to ponder what pictures they will have of themselves by the end of their lives. "Beautifully rendered, hugely moving, brilliant," Lidia Yuknavitch. "a refreshing family portrait about interpersonal evolution...presented with affection, humor, and insight...an inspiring slice of life blend of philosophy, psychology, and transformation that draws readers into a warm story and examines the wellsprings of creative force and future legacies...evocative, uplifting," Midwest Book Review “highly polished artistic prose…evolves fluidly; with great heart and humour…A consummate exponent in the art of storytelling and skilled in the imagery of words…Without exception, the characters are all emotionally complex…lyrical and lovingly written…profound and thought provoking,” Fiction Books Biz Book Reviews

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Part family drama and part self-actualization story, this is about Donna Greco, who in her teens, subscribes to a conventional view of success in life and pushes her freewheeling, artistic brother, Vincent to do the same. However, he remains single, childless, and subsists in cramped apartments. She harbors guilt for her supposed failure to ensure his happiness until she discovers a book of sketches he made of his life, which allows her to see his internal joy and discover the secret to living free!

Thought-provoking, humorous, and filled with unforgettable characters, this book invites readers to ponder what pictures they will have of themselves by the end of their lives.

"Beautifully rendered, hugely moving, brilliant," Lidia Yuknavitch.

"a refreshing family portrait about interpersonal evolution...presented with affection, humor, and insight...an inspiring slice of life blend of philosophy, psychology, and transformation that draws readers into a warm story and examines the wellsprings of creative force and future legacies...evocative, uplifting," Midwest Book Review

“highly polished artistic prose…evolves fluidly; with great heart and humour…A consummate exponent in the art of storytelling and skilled in the imagery of words…Without exception, the characters are all emotionally complex…lyrical and lovingly written…profound and thought provoking,” Fiction Books Biz Book Reviews

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Author Bio: Grace Mattioli

Author Bio: Grace Mattioli

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Literary
Runtime: 7.31
Audience: Adult
Language: English