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Recovering from the recent tragedy of his wife's death in a cliff fall, Tony Sheridan goes to stay with his sister-in-law, Lucy, and her husband at their new home - Otherways - a strange circular, moated house. Disturbed by memories of his wife and a growing attraction to Lucy, Sheridan is also troubled by weird and vivid dreams. And as he and Lucy embark on a secret and passionate affair, Sheridan begins uncovering the truth about Otherways.
©1999 Robert and Vaunda Goddard (P)2012 Audible Ltd
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By Anniebligh on 10-01-12

Starts slow

I understand this was written in 1999 and does seem to have a different style to his later books.
It starts with Tony writing or talking to his dead wife. Tony is grieving, accepting the coroners decision and going to stay with his best friend and sister in law. Having arrived there, still overwhelmed by his grief, the world around him begins to filter in to his awareness. He becomes interested in best friends' new house and stats to learn it's history.
In keeping with Tony's numbing grief and ruminations this was a very very slow transition through his 'delusions' to an understanding that something is really very odd.
Some questions remain unanswered, and maybe Tony himself should not be alive to tell the story.
Be prepared to be patient with this story. It was for me, an interesting exploration both in style and plot development.

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By Lee Chemel on 01-28-13

Not Goddard's best but still a good read

This one is a little more fantastical and less character driven than other of Goddard's intricate plotted stories. But Michael Kitchen's narration always elevates any material and so it was a very enjoyable journey.

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By Holly on 02-14-15

Captivating story read with great style.

Like all Goddard's stories this had me hooked straight away and I didn't want to turn it off. Enough detail to put you in the place, especially as I have lived in Edith Weston and Stamford. Kitchen has a certain style in reading that appeals to me greatly. Overall a fantastic listen even though it is my second time! What else can I say there is a good chance I will return to it again along with all of his other books.

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By Mr Andrew M Winder on 01-17-18

Poor Editing

I so wanted award 5 stars for this book but, what let down was the poorly clipped editing; on a number of occasions which, I found distracting.

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