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Name:Glory A Novel - NoViolet Bulawayo - 2022 (Fiction) [Audiobook] (miok)
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Glory - NoViolet Bulawayo - 2022
A Novel




By: NoViolet Bulawayo
Narrated by: Chipo Chung
Length: 16 hrs and 10 mins
Unabridged Audiobook
Release date: 03-08-22
Categories: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Audio
Format: mp3 64/48 stereo




LONGLISTED FOR THE BOOKER PRIZE

“Manifoldly clever…brilliant… ‘Glory’ is its own vivid world, drawn from its own folklore. This is a satire with sharper teeth, angrier, and also very, very funny.” —Violet Kupersmith, The New York Times Book Review

"Genius."—#1 New York Times bestselling author Jason Reynolds

From the award-winning author of the Booker-prize finalist We Need New Names, an exhilarating novel about the fall of an oppressive regime, and the chaos and opportunity that rise in its wake.

NoViolet Bulawayo’s bold new novel follows the fall of the Old Horse, the long-serving leader of a fictional country, and the drama that follows for a rumbustious nation of animals on the path to true liberation. Inspired by the unexpected fall by coup in November 2017 of Robert G. Mugabe, Zimbabwe’s president of nearly four decades, Glory shows a country's imploding, narrated by a chorus of animal voices that unveil the ruthlessness required to uphold the illusion of absolute power and the imagination and bulletproof optimism to overthrow it completely. By immersing readers in the daily lives of a population in upheaval, Bulawayo reveals the dazzling life force and irresistible wit that lie barely concealed beneath the surface of seemingly bleak circumstances.

And at the center of this tumult is Destiny, a young goat who returns to Jidada to bear witness to revolution—and to recount the unofficial history and the potential legacy of the females who have quietly pulled the strings here. The animal kingdom—its connection to our primal responses and its resonance in the mythology, folktales, and fairy tales that define cultures the world over—unmasks the surreality of contemporary global politics to help us understand our world more clearly, even as Bulawayo plucks us right out of it.

Although Zimbabwe is the immediate inspiration for this thrilling story, Glory was written in a time of global clamor, with resistance movements across the world challenging different forms of oppression. Thus it often feels like Bulawayo captures several places in one blockbuster allegory, crystallizing a turning point in history with the texture and nuance that only the greatest fiction can.

©2022 NoViolet Bulawayo (P)2022 Penguin Audio

Editor's Pick

An animal tale that’s distinctly human
It was immediately evident from her arresting 2013 debut, We Need New Names, that NoViolet Bulawayo is the kind of writer sure to leave a massive impact on the literary world. She wields a knack for blending stark realities with a kind of near-magic lyricism, a skill that again proves effective in her sophomore novel, Glory. Sharply satirical and relentlessly incisive, this allegorical creature fable—a sort of spiritual successor to George Orwell’s classic Animal Farm—serves as both a deft, clever exploration of the 2017 coup in Zimbabwe that saw the fall of longtime leader Robert Mugabe and an ultimately hopeful look at the power held by ordinary folks in the face of tyranny. And there’s no one better to bring this skewering of the global political landscape to life than actress Chipo Chung, whose laudable performance adds a layer of depth and emotional magnitude to this already impactful novel. —Alanna M., Audible Editor






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