That Night

  • by Chevy Stevens
  • Narrated by Jorjeana Marie
  • 11 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A stunning breakout novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Still Missing in which a woman is convicted of her sister's murder.
Toni Murphy was eighteen when she and her boyfriend, Ryan, were wrongly convicted of the murder of her younger sister. Now she is thirty-four and back in her hometown, working every day to forge and adjust to a new life on the outside. She's doing everything in her power to avoid violating her parole and going back to prison. But nothing is making that easy – not Ryan, who is convinced he can figure out the truth; not her mother, who clearly doubts Toni's innocence; and certainly not the group of women who made Toni's life miserable in high school and who may have darker secrets than anyone realizes. Before Toni can truly move on, she must risk everything to find out the truth and clear her name.

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Didn't Care For the Narrator

I love Chevy Stevens, but this narrator really isn't the best choice. She has a very nasal quality and sounds like she might have a cold. She also has some... regional pronunciations, I think? Or it's a speech impediment. She says words like "shoulder" as "showder" and "told" like "tode." I found that to be very distracting.
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- KathrynBorgia

Love the book. But, the narration is distracting.

I jumped to download the audio version of That Night. I don't have much time for reading over the next few weeks but plenty of time commuting, so win win.

I'm a little over half way through and love this book. It's all I was hoping for.

But, the narration is distracting. The first couple of hours I couldn't get past how nasal-y her voice is. But, sure enough after a couple of hours that completely dissipated and doesn't bother me a bit at this point.

The thing I cannot get past is that she cannot pronounce certain words properly and it pulls me out of the story every time she says: going, growing, shoulder and older and certain other less frequently used words that aren't coming immediately to mind.

Older sounds a lot like odor and shoulder sounds like show-der. She doesn't seem to have problems pronouncing her L's in other words so I'm not sure if it's an accent or where this is coming from. Unfortunately, she uses older and shoulder a lot so it's been pulling me out of the story a lot. Making me roll my eyes because I have to regain focus.

Anyway, happy to have a great listen on the way to and from work for the week.

Yay for Chevy Stevens!

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- Kristy VL

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-17-2014
  • Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.