Lori Golden's family have had more than their fair share of troubles. But through it all, Lori and her sister, Jessie, have always supported each other. Then Jessie is killed. And Lori's world turns upside down.
Devastated, Lori struggles to cope with her loss, and to learn to live in a world without her bright, bubbly sister by her side. Around her, her already fractured family start to fall apart. And, as Lori and her mother try to pick up the pieces of their shattered lives, secrets long thought buried are coming painfully to light.
Faced with the unthinkable, Lori is forced to ask herself how well she really knows those who are left behind...
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Retired Psychologist Love reading/audiobooks, travelling, animals Favourite saying The fact that you believe something does not make it true
I persevered with this until chapter 8 because the story itself seemed good (I can't be completely certain, since I gave up at that point). Sadly, I could not listen any longer due to the horrible narration. Heather Wilds has a robotic style which she just got away with for me in a previous comedy book, but in a serious novel it's distracting in the extreme. I gave the narration two stars, rather than one, as she was accurate, never fluffled her speech and read some dialogue appropriately and well. Unfortunately, there was not enough of the latter. I think with good narration, this may have been experienced as a decent novel.
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