• Finna

  • Finna, Book 1
  • By: Nino Cipri
  • Narrated by: Amanda Dolan
  • Length: 3 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.0 out of 5 stars (175 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nino Cipri's Finna is a rambunctious, touching story that blends all the horrors the multiverse has to offer with the everyday awfulness of low-wage work. It explores queer relationships and queer feelings, capitalism and accountability, labor and love, all with a bouncing sense of humor and a commitment to the strange.

When an elderly customer at a Swedish big box furniture store - but not that one - slips through a portal to another dimension, it's up to two minimum-wage employees to track her across the multiverse and protect their company's bottom line. Multi-dimensional swashbuckling would be hard enough, but those two unfortunate souls broke up a week ago.

To find the missing granny, Ava and Jules will brave carnivorous furniture, swarms of identical furniture spokespeople, and the deep resentment simmering between them. Can friendship blossom from the ashes of their relationship? In infinite dimensions, all things are possible.

©2020 Nino Cipri (P)2020 Tantor
  • Series: Finna, Book 1
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: LGBTQ+

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A very happy trans nerd🤓

As a sci-fi nerd, trans-enby minimum wage worker, this story felt like something out of another universe.. one where real representation existed within the spec/sci-if genre!! Thank You Nino Cipri! I will be eagerly seeking out and waiting for all current and future works of yours💖

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Interesting world, I'd like more!

I bought this on the enthusiasm of some reviewers and it's Hugo and Nebula noms. I found the concept interesting, and enjoyed the characters, angst and all. I'd be interested in reading a followup if they decide to write one.
The narration was fine overall, though it could have stood some editing where there were some slightly long breaks that took you a little out of the flow.

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a short yet great and creative story

honestly I could read a much much longer story with these two going through different worlds. the idea is so fun and the characters are great. I really hope there's more!!

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A must read. Queer sci-fi magic.

I want to buy this book for so many people in my life. A personal look at a deeply American working class strife set in a magical realist multiverse that you never want to leave.

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Wanted to love it...but didn't

The performance was well done, but you can't fix that with a broken storyline. It was so forced and by the end of the book, I disliked the main character so much (how entitled can you possibly be?) that it was hard to finish. I understand suspending reality in order to enjoy a good read, but this book asked me to suspend judgment for characters that deserved it. The ending was a complete disappointment.

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Captivating, fast moving, & fun

The narration by Amanda Dolan was fantastic. Her reading style and energy brought me great entertainment and laughter. Cheers

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Wonderfully Funny and Suspensful

I really enjoyed this book. I thought it would be interesting, but it was much more than that.

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Just simply "WOW!"

This story blew me away! Such a simple premise — unfolding into myriad narrative possibilities. Wonderful…

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pathetic

Whiny pathetic voice of reader makes it hard to go further. I struggled through this uninspired book with a much worse narration. Being different just for the sake of being different does not make the book interesting. It is as if it were written as an essay for a 10th grader's English composition. Boring concept and boring rendition in an adult world.

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A great little story with potential for more

The premise of this story is simple, yet it opens the door for literally unlimited exploration in future stories, so I look forward to following the series to see where it leads.

One thing I can say is that I was confused at first with the pronouns used for one of the main characters who is always referred to as they and them. Having an LGBT family member made it somewhat easier to understand the concept, but when I first started the story I didn't realize which character(s) "They" referred to because the characters were too new to me to understand the context.

I'm sure there are readers unfamiliar with using pronouns like that who are potentially being exposed to them for the first time. That's a good thing. Well done.