Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook is a crime storey following a girl, Kya growing up lonely in the North Carolina marshes.
Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook begins with Kya, a 16-year-old. She’s known around town by the name “the marsh girl.” Kya’s mother had abandoned her, and her siblings, who were all raised by their alcoholic father. All the siblings eventually escape, and Kya is left alone with her cruel father, which is her final hope.
In Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook, Kya learns to cook, making money, and eventually survive. She discovers how to calm her father’s rage by just preparing food for him. The father rewards Kya by taking her fishing, where they both have a good time and met Jumpin, and was the only person Kya speaks with. Sheriff Ed Jackson is tasked with determining who killed Chase Andrews after two boys discover him dead outside Kya’s home.
In Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook free, Kya is immediately suspected of being the murderer by the Sheriff. He digs deeper and chooses to exonerate Kya of the murder allegation. One day her father got a letter from her mother, he restarts his old habits of alcoholism and abuse. Kya’s father also abandons Kya, leaving her in despair. She befriends Tate, a 19-year-old lad while she is 15 years old only. They eventually form a relationship with one another. But, as usual, Kya is left once more as Tate goes to school.
Once Tate returns, Kya becomes outraged and begins yelling at him about how he left her. However she continues to stay in a relationship with Tate, and things work out. In the end, in Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook free, Kya lives her entire life with Tate, dying at the age of 64.
Delia Owens wrote Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook.
Delia Owens was born in 1949. She is a zoologist and writer from the United States. Her first book, Where the Crawdads Sing, rank #1 on the bestseller list of The New York Times in 2019 and 2020 for straight 32 weeks, totalling 135 weeks on the list. She and Mark, her husband also co-wrote the memoirs The Eye of the Elephant, Secrets of the Savanna, and Cry of the Kalahari about their experiences researching wildlife in Africa.
She graduated from the University of Georgia BA in zoology and a doctorate in animal behaviour from the University of California in Davis.
In 1974, she and her husband headed to Africa and travelled before setting up camp in Botswana’s the Kalahari Desert. The novel Cry of the Kalahari was inspired by the couple’s experiences. Andrew Tkach produced “Deadly Game: The Mark and Delia Owens Story.” Meredith Vieira anchored it, and ABC News broadcast it in 1996.
She had published her research on the behavioural ecology of African wildlife in journal articles after receiving her PhD degree in Biology. She wrote for magazines like International Wildlife and Natural History.
In stone mountain, GA, Owen co-founded Owens Foundation for Wildlife Conservation. In International Wildlife, she also served as roving editor. She has lectured across North America and helped with grizzly bear conservation efforts across the country.
Delia is divorced. Delia Owens resides in Idaho’s Boundary County.
The narrator of Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook is Cassandra Campbell. Other audiobooks that Cassandra Campbell has also narrated are A Shadow of Crows, When Things Fall Apart, and The Silver Stag.
The length of Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook is 12 hours and 13 minutes.
Penguin Audio published Where the Crawdads Sing audiobook on 08/14/2018.