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Summary

Penguin presents the audiobook edition of No Further Questions by Gillian McAllister, read by Imogen Church, Charlie Sanderson, Andy Cresswell, Jan Cramer, Penny Andrews, Cassie Layton, Rachael Beresford and Malk Williams. 

The police say she's guilty. 

She insists she's innocent. 

She's your sister. 

You loved her. 

You trusted her. 

But they say she killed your child. 

Whom do you believe? 

©2018 Gillian McAllister (P)2018 Penguin Books Ltd

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Awesome

I listened to this book in 2 sittings! I really enjoyed the characters relationships and family dynamics. I did guess the ending but really enjoyed listening. The narrators were all excellent!! A very well written and sensitive book. 😍

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Awesome

By far one of the most gripping books I've listened to. Perfectly executed by the readers.

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Brilliant

I loved this. The characters were very believable and I especially liked the descriptions of how hard it can be to look after a baby. The trial was well paced and the different perspectives kept me guessing though towards the end I guessed who did it.

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Gripping story let down by narration

This is such a well-written, carefully plotted story. It kept me guessing till near the end, and I liked the gradual reveal of key details that nudge you first in one direction and then in another. Really enjoyed it, and will definitely look for more by this author.

One little niggle - I found myself getting really distracted by how often the author uses variations of the phrase "And there it was.", "And here we are.", "And there they were." - not a big deal, I suppose, but it felt like it was said at least once per chapter! Still, the story was strong enough for me to forgive it.

What did stop me from giving it 5 stars, though, was the narrator of Martha (the main narrator). I know she was probably adopting a tired, hopeless, sad voice for the part, but to me it just grated on my nerves. I had to rewind parts that were too softly mumbled, and I kind of wanted to give her a shake and tell her to put a bit more energy into reading!

However, my 2 stars for the narration doesn't take away from a 5 star story - thoroughly recommended!



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A bit long winded.

This started out promising but dragged on a bit .I guessed the outcome from about halfway through . I had to speed up the narration as the main character spoke every word so slowly . If this has been a written book I would have gone to the end to find the outcome and missed all the boring bit in the middle .

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Great book

Just a bit let down by the narrators. They are supposed to be sisters but had such opposite voices to the point of it being comical. one spoke like a chipmunk the other sounded like a sloth under sedation. The most annoying part was having to turn the volume up when sloth spoke and turn it back down when the chip monk spoke

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amazing

best book I've read in ages.. keeps you guessing but soooooo much more than a psychological thrilling, extremely thought provoking

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Absolutely brilliant

Very sad story but really enjoyed it. Loved the narration with the exception of Jan Cramer. Sorry, but she reads like she has no knowledge of the story and too often has to change the way she's saying things. I've even given up on one book that she narrated. Martha may be spoken softly, but I felt it went with the trauma she was going through. Great story and loved every minute of it. Held my attention throughout and didn't want it to end. Eagerly awaiting Gillian's next book :-)

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Interesting story

A bit long winded and spoilt by having to turn the sound up to maximum every time Marsha was speaking such a slow breathy voice

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Disappointing!

Really disappointed with this book, dragged on for far too long and it was too easy to guess whodunit. Narration was great though!