The day her children leave home, Eva climbs into bed and stays there. She's had enough - of her kids' carelessness, her husband's thoughtlessness and of the world's general indifference. Brian can't believe his wife is doing this. Who is going to make dinner? But Eva won't budge; and soon she realises to her horror that everyone has been taking her for granted - including herself.
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The narrator is beyond annoying. Her voice is shrill most of the time.
I couldn't concentrate on the story at all. The voice was distracting.
I can only imagine another narrator would have improved the telling. It's hard to know where to start in fixing this.
Anger, frustration and annoyance. I had to turn it off.
It's a shame that the constant yelling in this book and the narration has taken away from what I think might have been a good story, but I'll never know because I can't get past the terrible job.
- Kate Austen
Hard to follow
No I wouldn't, I haven't finished it because I got fed up
Yes, she is fine to listen to
I found the story quite funny in parts, but after about 4 hours I got fed up with the story. I noticed that I was zoning out when listening to the book because it wasn't holding my interest. I will try and finish it because I want to know what happens when she finally gets out of bed.
- Aimee "I am a total audiobook addict! I travel quite a bit for work and listen to them while I drive. Always searching for a good author to follow"