The Possibility of Everything: A Memoir

Written by:
Hope Edelman
Narrated by:
Hope Edelman

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
September 2009
10 hours 47 minutes
From the bestselling author of Motherless Daughters, here is the real-life story of one woman’s search for a cure to her family’s escalating troubles and the leap of faith that took her on a journey to an exotic place and a new state of mind.

In the autumn of 2000, Hope Edelman was a woman adrift, questioning her marriage, her profession, and her place in the larger world. Feeling vulnerable and isolated, she was primed for change. Into her stagnant routine dropped Dodo, her three-year-old daughter’s curiously disruptive imaginary friend. Confused and worried about how to handle Dodo’s apparent hold on Maya, this otherwise mainstream woman found herself making the extremely unorthodox choice to take their daughter to Belize in hopes that a shaman might help banish Dodo—and all he represented—from their lives.

The Possibility of Everything chronicles the magical week in Central America that transformed Edelman from a person whose past had led her to believe only in the visible and the “proven” to someone open to the idea of larger, unseen forces. This deeply affecting, beautifully written memoir of a family’s emotional journey explores what Edelman and her husband went looking for in the jungle and what they ultimately discovered—as parents, as spouses, and as ordinary people—about the things that possess and destroy us or that can heal us all.
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Don't waste your time on this audiobook. It's the story of a bratty child and her parents on a trip to Belize. Nothing about this was entertaining or interesting.

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I listened, why? It is well written, and well narrated- which are normally two major obstacles... but Im not sure what the point to the story was. If you are looking for a conclusion, a high point, a turn of events, a specific point of interest... well... you wont find it here. I'd sum up the book saying Life Happens, and Some Things will Resolve Themselves... there you go, now you dont have to listen. But well written, and narrated.

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