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Publisher's Summary

They were the perfect couple - but not all is as it seems.
Young married couple Gabriel and Chloé have a picture-perfect life. But when athletic Chloé suddenly drowns, Gabriel is left to grapple with the mysterious circumstances of her death. Brokenhearted, he pours out his grief in a bereavement group and is consoled by photographer Emma. While the two grow closer, Gabriel can't help but feel Chloé's presence everywhere he goes. And as revelations about Chloé slowly emerge, he begins to wonder, is Emma really that different?
From prize-winning and bestselling author Amélie Antoine comes a dark and evocative novel that will keep listeners guessing until the final moments - will Gabriel be able to move on with Emma, or will the mystery of Chloé's death consume him?
©2015 Amélie Antoine. (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Translation © 2016 Maren Baudet-Lackner.
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4 out of 5 stars
By JK907 on 04-23-17

Short rollercoaster ride

I've been interested in this book for a while but the summary and low reviews always deterred me. I finally listened to it and I was very, very pleasantly surprised. The book is full of ups and downs -- from dull to intriguing and fast-paced to slow-- and all in the best way possible. Every single time I was almost unimpressed or I thought I knew what would happen, I was immediately steered the other direction. The times where I felt disappointed in the story line for seemingly plateauing with all the potential to make a great story -- the author does just that. The premise might be odd but get past that and follow the character development and you will be surprised. There were some gaps and extra details that ended up being irrelevant, but the parts that were used made up for it. There are about 3 big turning points in the book and each time my jaw dropped in shock. It's not the best mystery suspense thriller, but it does have more twists than other higher rated books. An example off the top of my head is the book, Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach, as a whole it was a good piece of literature and extremely long, but with little to no excitement or suspense; and this book, Interference, was far more riveting and interesting. For "shock value" or a quick thrilling ride, I do recommend this book. I gave it higher ratings than I wanted to because overall it deserves to be accordingly rated.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Stephanie E. O'Neill on 12-28-16

Some Surprises Without the Build Up

I wanted this book to be better. It's okay, just a little contrived and far-fetched with an abrupt ending. Some people may enjoy it, though - especially if they don't pay full price.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Simon on 12-07-16

More Interference Than Signal

Hard to know where to start with this one. I liked the sound of it especially with multiple narrators. Some books with larger casts have proved very enjoyable recently. This format though, where each narrator leads a chapter with "their" character to the fore just doesn't work so well for me. It's a confusing mix of first person, third person and monologue with changes even within a chapter occasionally. The quality of the narrators varies considerably and I won't say who but one of them just irritated the hell out of me.

None of the characters come over very well and their personalities seem to veer off substantially to suit the plot. And that plot, well I never do spoilers but I'd be surprised if this one particularly with its very contrived ending pleases many readers.

Really this book feels like a half-decent idea for a short story dragged torturously out into a novella. Not my most enjoyable purchase.

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