Langdon writes, “The unexpected death of Bryan’s college roommate set in motion a series of events that would change his life forever. What seemed to be an innocent invitation for free tacos turned out to be so much more as he was suddenly immersed in an intriguing world where trauma reigns.
“Bryan finds relief with an eclectic group of survivors at ‘Taco Tuesday’ and unexpectedly discovers firsthand the healing power of connection. But life moves fast for those who have suffered and death is never too far away. The stories of those he surrounds himself with become woven into his own life and lead him down a path he never could have imagined.”
Published by Audiobook Network, author Ruth Langdon’s new audiobook is a powerful story that draws from the author’s own experiences, having survived an attempted murder herself, much like one of the characters within “Oddments.” Through sharing her story, Langdon aims to connect with listeners who have faced their own traumatic experiences in life, hoping to encourage healing awareness of the various ways in which PTSD can affect anyone.
Listeners can purchase the audiobook edition of “Oddments: Torn Apart—Woven Together” by Ruth Langdon through Audible, the Apple iTunes store, or Amazon.
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