Liar

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5 out of 5 stars
By Lee on 07-09-17

Superb narration and tense plot

Now don't get me wrong I loved this book as it does everything it says on the tin but, for me the ending/beginning was plainly obvious. A tale of secrets, deception, motherhood, madness and tenderness all served up with a dash of revenge. Its a fast paced, twisty turny novel that does keep you on the edge of your seat or in my case a cup of hot chocolate frozen between table and mouth.

All the clues to the ending are set out as the characters are given meat to their bones and the author can certainly hold your attention with her descriptive narrative.

Worth a credit.

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22 of 22 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Miss H. F. Sammon on 09-26-17

Predictable, awful book

Nearly gave up a few times but persevered
The lead character does nothing but moan all the way through and the narrators voice is grating
Weak characterisation, teamed with a weak story line
Even the side story was pointless
Don’t waste your credits on this poor excuse for literacy

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17 of 17 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By sharon crabtree on 11-23-17

Disappointed by the ending <br />

An okay listen, but was disappointed by the what felt like rather abrupt unrealistic ending

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10 of 10 people found this review helpful

3 out of 5 stars
By Susan Random on 08-07-17

Liar

The problem with certain thrillers is that the plots are far too contrived and formulaic and this is what has happened here. The main character, Judi Jukes, from whom at least 80% of the story's POV is taken from, is an unlikable and overbearing wife, mother and grandmother. Therefore the persona of Amber Carr (a name, which quite frankly reminded me of a suburban mini cab firm) doesn't juxtapose nearly well enough. As for Henry, Ben and the boys ... they might has well been selected from central casting.

There are a few continuity errors too - a joint of roast pork morphs into beef and Judi's age compared to her eldest grandson is also awry. Also, she works in a GPs surgery, so wouldn't she be able to subdue her menopausal flushes a little more effectively.

The narrator, Lucy Price Lewis, was measured throughout, albeit with more of a Yorkshire twang as opposed to a Nottinghamshire lilt.

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23 of 27 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Kate on 10-31-17

Gripping!

I listened to this book over one day and was really engrossed! The storyline was impeccably crafted, the characters came to life for me and it was beautifully narrated. Sometimes the readers' voices on Audible books don't somehow match the characters and irritate me, but in this instance it all worked perfectly. The book's ending had me guessing and - if I have one small grouse - should have stretched out a bit more so that we could find out what happened to the perpetrator! I guess I wanted the book to go on a bit longer!

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

1 out of 5 stars
By flat on 09-28-17

Poor

Can't even remember what happens, so lacklustre... gave up fairly early on. Wouldn't recommend it

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11 of 13 people found this review helpful

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