Hello Stranger: A Novel

Written by:
Katherine Center
Narrated by:
Patti Murin

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2023
10 hours 39 minutes
The glorious new novel from the beloved author whose bright, hopelessly romantic New York Times bestsellers have been called “My perfect 10 of a book” (Emily Henry) and cheered for their “speedy pacing and sexual tension for miles” (People).

'Patti Murin offers a fun, vivacious performance of this lively romance...with steady pacing and a believable narration, this romance will charm listeners.' —AudioFile

“Patti Murin narrates the struggling yet still optimistic Sadie while respectfully acknowledging the hurt and confusion that her condition has caused. Murin’s lively performance and varied character voices make for an engaging and fun listen.”- Library Journal

This program includes an author's note and supplementary materials read by the author.

Love isn’t blind, it’s just a little blurry.

Sadie Montgomery never saw what was coming . . . Literally! One minute she’s celebrating the biggest achievement of her life—placing as a finalist in the North American Portrait Society competition—the next she’s lying in a hospital bed diagnosed with a “probably temporary” condition known as face blindness. She can see, but every face she looks at is now a jumbled puzzle of disconnected features. Imagine trying to read a book upside down and in another language. This is Sadie’s new reality.

But, as she struggles to cope, hang on to her artistic dream, work through major family issues, and take care of her beloved dog, Peanut, she falls in love—not with one man but two. The timing couldn’t be worse.

Making judgment calls on anything right now is a nightmare. If only her life were a little more in focus, Sadie might be able to have it all.

A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin’s Press.
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Julia R.

I loved this book! Fell in love with the characters!

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Linda F

I have loved all of Katherine Center’s stories, but this one is as special and unique as the affliction that Sadie has. The story is like walking through a Victorian house, with lots of little rooms and spaces - so many twists and turns! Katherine has a gift for making us care about the characters and take that ride with them through the ups and downs of their lives. This book was one of those rides you hate to see (or hear!) come to an end. Patti Murin did an exceptional job with her narration of this wonderful story, too!

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