I absolutely loved this book. I've read all Maggie O'Farrell's previous books and enjoyed them. I was nervous that the narrator might spoil it for me, but Dearbhla Molloy did such a good job, that I didn't want the book to finish.
I've loved all the Haruki Murakami books that I've listened to so far. Rupert Degas does a great job narrating, using only the accents and voices needed. A wild sheep chase and the follow-up Dance, Dance, Dance tell the story of a very likeable journalist and the strange adventures he has. It is a strange book (like all Murakami books) but very enjoyable and captivating.
I would recommend listening to this book and the follow-up in the right order, though this is not essential as each stands up on its own.
Light, witty with some interesting plot twists. Beautifully written and beautifully read. A joy to listen to.