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Dreamland Burning

Audiobook

Some bodies won't stay buried. Some stories need to be told.

When seventeen-year-old Rowan Chase finds a skeleton on her family's property, she has no idea that investigating the brutal century-old murder will lead to a summer of painful discoveries about the past, the present, and herself.

Nearly 100 years earlier, a single violent encounter propels seventeen-year-old Will Tillman into a racial firestorm, sparking a journey toward self-discovery where Will must confront his own inner demons as he struggles to do what's right the night Tulsa burns.

Through intricately woven alternating perspectives, Jennifer Latham's page-turner brings the Tulsa race riot of 1921 to blazing life and raises important questions about the complex state of US race relations-both yesterday and today.


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Publisher: Hachette Book Group Edition: Unabridged
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OverDrive Listen audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781549170751
  • File size: 239153 KB
  • Release date: February 20, 2018
  • Duration: 08:18:14

MP3 audiobook

  • ISBN: 9781549170751
  • File size: 239176 KB
  • Release date: February 20, 2018
  • Duration: 08:19:13
  • Number of parts: 7

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OverDrive Listen audiobook
MP3 audiobook

Languages

English

Some bodies won't stay buried. Some stories need to be told.

When seventeen-year-old Rowan Chase finds a skeleton on her family's property, she has no idea that investigating the brutal century-old murder will lead to a summer of painful discoveries about the past, the present, and herself.

Nearly 100 years earlier, a single violent encounter propels seventeen-year-old Will Tillman into a racial firestorm, sparking a journey toward self-discovery where Will must confront his own inner demons as he struggles to do what's right the night Tulsa burns.

Through intricately woven alternating perspectives, Jennifer Latham's page-turner brings the Tulsa race riot of 1921 to blazing life and raises important questions about the complex state of US race relations-both yesterday and today.


Expand title description text