• The Natural Way of Things

  • By: Charlotte Wood
  • Narrated by: Ailsa Piper
  • Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 06-02-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Wavesound Audio
  • 4.9 (7 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Two women awaken from a drugged sleep to find themselves imprisoned in an abandoned property in the middle of a desert.
The Natural Way of Things is a gripping, starkly imaginative exploration of contemporary misogyny and corporate control and of what it means to hunt and be hunted. But most of all, it is the story of two friends, their sisterly love and courage.
©2015 Charlotte Wood (P)2016 W F Howes Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"One hell of a novel by one of our most original and provocative writers." (The Weekend Australian)
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By Liz on 01-06-17

Great story. .unexpected and intriguing

a story that draws you in and keeps you listening. highly recommended. disturbing and intriguing exploration of the essence of humanity, and the relationships between men and women, power and surrender, friendship and sex

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By Donna on 12-25-16

Brilliant

The well crafted story in this powerful book is riverting. It is fiercely unflinching in describing the the extraordinary circumstances that bring out the best and worst of human nature. It is wise and compassionate as well as gritty and visceral. The adaptation and resilience of some of the characters is astonishing. Charlotte Wood's descriptive style is brilliant. The narration by Ailsa Piper is flawless, engaging and intelligent. Thoroughly recommended.

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