When she was nine years old, Melody Browne's house burned down. As well as destroying all her possessions, the fire took with it all her memories - Melody remembers nothing before her ninth birthday. Now she hasn't seen her parents since she left home at 15. She's made a life for herself and her son and likes it that way. Until one night she faints at a hypnotist show - and when she comes round she starts to remember. Slowly she begins to piece together the story of her childhood. Her journey takes her to the town of Broadstairs, to oddly familiar houses in London and to strangers who love her like family. But with every mystery she solves another one materialises...More
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The Truth about Melody Browne
Fantastic gripping story
Matty, I loved they way he was written and so honest :)
Yes, I absolutely love her narration, I have found new authors by searching the other books she has narrated.
This is a great story!! I never usually listen to books under 10 hours but I love Lisa Jewell and I really enjoy Julie Maisey's narration, so I thought this would be a winner. I was right!! this is a fabulous story and I couldn't stop listening to it!
Melody has no memory of her life before 9 years old and then it all starts to come back. I even had tears at the end of this book, happy ones, and also sad ones because the story was finished.
Wonderful Lisa Jewell.
Lisa Jewell books are always good listens and you could definitely listen again.
The book does not compare to any other books i have read so far as the characters are original and very involved.