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Sophie McShera does an incredible job and the story pulls you right in. Taut and suspenseful all the way through.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is the 2nd audiobook I listen to with a gripping story written by Sarah Denzil. Sophie McShera (known as Daisy from "Downton Abbey") did an excellent job narrating. I spent a good portion trying to figure things out. I don't mean that negatively. It becomes apparent early on that these women have secrets! I found myself feeling compassion for certain characters and then anger towards other characters. And then, what I love about any good book, just when I thought I had everyone and everything figured out......I discover that I was wrong! Who doesn't love a good book with an unexpected twist?!
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
In an attempt to build on the success of the highly-publicised Silent Child Audible have quickly moved to release one of Sarah Denzil's earlier novels with Saving April. It is an enjoyable enough listen and Sophie McShera does a really decent job of injecting life into it.
If you want more of Sarah Denzil then it is worth a shot. You'll get a tidy domestic drama albeit one populated by rather weak characters and with a key twist that I think most people will have guessed well before the end. However, it is overshadowed in every way by Silent Child which is a significantly bigger and better book.
10 of 12 people found this review helpful
After waiting for this audio book to be realised, having started listening I am disappointed .. back it goes
3 of 4 people found this review helpful
This is a very short story and in my opinion rather boring. Compared to her other book which I listened to within two days it had so many hooks and twists whereas this was just felt boring and a bit of a reused story line. I expected a lot more. The reader had a lovely voice. Maybe my personal preference is for a good plot twist.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I am new to Sarah A Denzel books. I only listened to The Silent Child because it was rated as one of the top audible books. But I loved it. So decided to listen to this book as well. I thought it was going to be the same as The Lost Child. As I was able to guess who was the villain was in that book. This time I didn't know. It was a surprise. And I loved that. It is well worth the money to get this book. I couldn't stop listening to it.