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narrator is ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!!!
story was pretty stupid.
I really feel like I wasted my money on this one.
I loved Louise Millar's debut so was really looking forward to listening to this, her second novel and it didn't disappoint. Although at times it did get a little silly and unbelievable the plot moved so quickly that I didn't have time to linger over the slightly ridiculous elements! I was absolutely hooked throughout and found that I was listening constantly throughout the day. I thought the portrayal of a woman suffering from extreme anxiety was very well done as was the characterisation. Clare Corbett, as ever, narrated excellently, although her male characters were not quite as believable as the female ones. A highly recommended listen.
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What made the experience of listening to Accidents Happen the most enjoyable?
The story builds up steadily reeling you in gently, leaving you wondering about the main character. Then suddenly something unexpected happens, making you re-evaluate and you see everything in a new light. The same goes for most of the characters - you only gradually find out about their personal baggage, what has happened in their lives and what makes them tick.The building up of tension was excellent.There were times when I actually jumped and shouted out loud.It is difficult to say more without giving anything away, but it is worth giving the story a bit of time to develop. A brilliant listen!.
What did you like best about this story?
The way the different characters unfolded was excellent.The twists in the plot at the end were great - I had not anticipated the ending at all, and usually you have a good idea of how the story is going to end.
What about Clare Corbett’s performance did you like?
I have always enjoyed stories read by.Clare Corbett and this was no exception. Pace and intonation are always brilliant.and characters felt real.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
This book dragged you right in: you could empathise with every character. I sometimes felt like shouting in frustration at something someone did - or even shouting a warning! It was scary enough for me not to listen in the dark!
Any additional comments?
I was at first worried that the story wasn't going to move on, and suddenly I found I was hooked. I was really pleased to have chosen this.
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