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Secrets of Santorini

Length: 14 hrs and 51 mins
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Summary

She'll uncover the shocking secrets of her past in paradise....

Sent away to convent school at the age of six, Irini McGuire has never really known her celebrated archaeologist mother, Bridget, who lives on the paradise island of Santorini. So, when Irini receives news that Bridget has been injured at a dig and is in coma she knows it is time to return to the island of her birth.

Discovering her mother's notes, and driven by rumours that her mother's injury was no accident, Irini starts to reveal the dark secrets behind her family's separation.

Can she unearth the truth about her parents and her past before it is too late?

©2019 Patricia Wilson (P)2019 Bonnier Books UK

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Bumbling on but going no where

I could not get into this story at all. The narrative seems to go on and on but the story doesn't move forward.

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  • Adele
  • Stoke on Trent, United Kingdom
  • 15-10-19

An odd story made better with great narration

I initially liked the story but it went a bit weird talking from the grave.

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Brilliant listen and wonderful novel

What a wonderful book. Most novels take at least a chapter to draw the reader/listener in.
Not this novel. From the beginning your drawn into the magic mystical world of the theory that the Greek
Island of.Santorini is the dwelling place of the lost city of Atlantis.
I have to commend the narrators who really brought this story to life.