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Cold Feet

The Lost Years
Narrated by: Thomas Judd
Length: 8 hrs and 38 mins
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Summary

An original Cold Feet novel written in collaboration with the award-winning Cold Feet team.

Anyone who was watching TV in the 1990s will remember the hugely popular Cold Feet drama. We loved it for being both funny and heartbreaking. For presenting warm, honest, flawed-but-real people who felt more like our mates than characters on a screen. The show returned to our TVs last year, and after 13 years away, we walked straight back into their lives. It's no surprise that the latest series got an average of seven million views a week, making it one of ITV's most successful dramas of the year.

Cold Feet: The Lost Years is set between the old and new series, filling in the gaps, bringing us even closer to the characters we've laughed, grieved and grown up with. It's the missing piece of the puzzle that the show's millions of fans have been waiting for.

©2017 ITV Studios Ltd (P)2017 Hodder & Stoughton Limited

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really enjoyed-great if you loved the tv series

great if you loved the t.v. series and wanted to keep up with the characters.

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Great prequel to a fab series on tele

Overall I enjoyed listening to this, the narrator captured the character and personality of the cast well you could imagine them speaking the words and having those conversations. It was lovely to get a real glimpse of adam and family and understand him a bit better. I absolutely loved this series when it first aired and the most recent have been good and I wouldn't have missed them and catching up with the characters for the world. Overall really good with lots of nods and acknowledgements to previous story lines. I found the ending a bit of an anti climax but it did fit in well with the beginning of series 6.

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Disappointing

As a Cold Feet fan from the beginning I was eager to read this book. However I found it very vanilla, everything was twee and hearts and flowers. It felt like it was to appease the viewer that it was all ok in the end. However we are 2 series in on TV to the characters now and know that they live in the real world where life isn't kind. The book lacked the grit of the TV series.