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Summary

After his miraculous weekend in 1986, Craig Pelling returned to a future he could never have envisaged. Even by his own hapless standards, his plans have spectacularly backfired. Everything he tried to fix is now broken, and a bleak, lonely existence is all Craig has to look forward to.

Does he face that future or does he try to seek answers? Either way, an emotional rollercoaster ride beckons. Can Craig can find closure before it ends? Or does fate have a few more twists in store for him, beyond Broadhall?

©2017 Keith A Pearson (P)2017 W.F. Howes Ltd

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An imaginative captivating storyline

This is not the usual type of read or listening I go for. But I wanted some thing different. Although the story line was a bit slow at first I was soon entertained. Just by chance whilst scanning the Amazon read's I saw the blub and then read the reviews. Which I might add I always do about a book or an audio book then I make the decision to commit. If you're looking for something different to your normal style give this a go you won't be disappointed

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  • 07-09-21

Beyond Broadhall

Thoroughly enjoyed this book and the 86 Fix that proceeded it. I could relate to a lot of the main characters thoughts.

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Brilliant book

Wow. The 86 mix left me feeling a bit flat but this more than makes up for it. Heart warming, funny and easy to relate too (I’m 43).
My new favourite author 👍

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great twist on time travel. loved it.

great books. feel somewhat sad it's the end. I think I will miss the characters. Feel like they were family. little depressing in places. However awesome take on time travel. Couldn't put it down!

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Great story, ultimately rewarding

After being left in Limbo at the end of the 86 Fix I am glad I didn’t have to wait to find out what happened to our Craig. This is a darker slog, seeing what his changes did to the timeline when her emerges makes for depressing listening but by the end everything is good and rosy.

Performance was good although not sure why Craig’s parole/release officer bloke went from Welsh to Scottish so quickly but it wasn’t too much of a distraction in the end.

Well worth the listen!

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Miserable

If you’re in a happy and positive mood this audiobook is guaranteed to snap you straight out of it by reminding you of all the worst things that have happened to you in your life.

I endured the pain and misery for the entire duration of this book, and it’s predecessor The 86 Fix, in the hope that there would be a big pay off in the end making it all worthwhile. But it turned out all my hopes were in vain.

The narrator is good, but the story isn’t strong enough to make enduring the misery worthwhile.

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A bit preachy but very uplifting

This book is an excellent conclusion to a very well thought out story. It's a little bit Disney in its ending but really if it ended any other way it'd probably annoy everyone.

having read the reviews of the previous book in the series I know it was a bit Marmite with half the readers loving the ending and the other half hating it. I personally this the first book ends well and I'm heartened to see the author didn't get too carried away with the conclusion of this book. I can honestly say that however you feel about book 1 this is definitely worth reading/listening too.

Keith's sense of humour is very British which is always a tick in the plus box. keep an eye out for the subtle reference to the reviews on book one that gave me a good chuckle. I'm pleased to see even more humour in this book despite some dark subjects being addressed.

I was very impressed with the authors ability to take a fantastical story ark and yet somehow keep the narrative very grounded.

I must admit I'm not a big fan of Andy Cresswell I find him a bit monotone obviously not enough to put me off listening to the book. His attempts at portraying female characters I found to particularly jarring. All that his delivery does suit Craig but I would have liked to see a little more animation as Craig's personality develops.

Overall I would definitely recommend the book especially if you enjoyed the first book (whatever your opinion of the ending).

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Depressing

Only got half way through as I found it very depressing. The idea was excellent, but just a bit too sad for me.