Little Gods audiobook by Meng Jin

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Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Meng Jin
Narrator: Emily Woo Zeller, Francois Chau, Karen Huie

Genre: Literature & Fiction
Updated: 24/01/2024
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Little Gods Audiobook: An Odyssey Through the Cosmos of Memory and Motherhood

As the first light of dawn crept through my window, I nestled into my favorite armchair, a steaming mug of coffee in hand. The world outside was still asleep, but within the walls of my apartment, an adventure awaited. It was here, amidst the quiet hum of the city’s awakening, that I embarked on Meng Jin’s Little Gods, an audiobook that promised to be as much about unraveling the fabric of time as it was about exploring the intricacies of human relationships.

The story opens with a solitary birth in a Beijing hospital on June 4th – a date etched into history for reasons far beyond Su Lan’s delivery room. This brilliant physicist becomes our protagonist, her life a tapestry woven from threads of ambition and secrecy. When Su Lan’s narrative abruptly ends seventeen years later with her untimely death, it is her daughter Liya who inherits not only her mother’s enigmatic legacy but also a quest that spans continents and challenges reality itself.

Meng Jin’s prose is both elegant and incisive; she weaves complex concepts like physics and history into a deeply personal narrative without ever losing sight of the emotional core – the bond between mother and daughter. As I listened to Karen Huie’s gentle articulation, Francois Chau’s measured tones, and Emily Woo Zeller’s impassioned delivery, each narrator brought their character to life with such authenticity that I found myself lost in their world.

Little Gods is not just an audiobook; it is an experience – a journey through love and loss that defies linear storytelling. Each chapter felt like peeling back layers of an onion, revealing truths about Su Lan through memories held by others: Zhu Wen who knew her before she reinvented herself for America; Yongzong whose absence shaped Liya’s existence; Liya herself grappling with her identity amidst cultural dislocation.

What struck me most profoundly was how Meng Jin used physics – notably time – as more than just a thematic element but as a narrative device. Time in Little Gods is malleable; it loops and coils around characters like an unseen force dictating their paths. As someone who has always been fascinated by sci-fi elements intertwined with human drama, this novel resonated deeply with me.

The significance of this book goes beyond its story – it asks us to consider how we are all composed of little gods: fragments of dreams, desires, fears, and histories colliding within us. Listening to this audiobook free from distractions allowed me to immerse myself fully in its world – each sentence a thread pulling me deeper into its intricate web.

For those seeking not just entertainment but enlightenment from their listening experience, Little Gods offers both in abundance. It is available for free download at – an opportunity for anyone to explore Meng Jin’s remarkable universe.

In conclusion, Meng Jin has crafted more than just a debut novel; she has created a cosmos where every star shines with its own story yet forms part of a greater constellation. The narrators have translated these stories into voices that echo long after the final words fade away.

As I reflect on my journey through Little Gods, I am left contemplating my own little gods – the memories and moments that define me – and how they intersect with the larger expanse of time and space. This audiobook has not only entertained but also expanded my understanding of what literature can achieve when it dares to challenge conventions.

Eagerly awaiting our next narrative adventure – happy listening,



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