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Summary

Sometimes the choice is too hard to bear... Nikki Grant is only nineteen when she discovers she’s pregnant. Despite her parents’ disappointment and anger, she welcomes the news with joy. The baby will complete the happy home she shares with the man she adores, Spencer James. Baby Zac arrives and is perfect in every way. And with Spencer’s career taking off they are ready to make the big move to London. And then, on a day like any other, Nikki suddenly finds her life turned upside down by tragedy. As she becomes ever more embroiled in a world she cannot escape, the love between Nikki and her son is put to the kind of test no mother should ever have to face…

©2011 Susan Lewis (P)2011 Random House Audiobooks

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Not for me!

I usually like Susan Lewis writing, I have read most of her books, but I didn’t finish this one, predictable and awful!

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A good listen

What did you like most about The Choice?

It tackled a difficult issue in a sensitive way.

What does Karen Kass bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

She has a good range of voices so it's easy to identify the different characters. Easy to listen to.

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This wasn't the best book I have ever listened to but it was good. There were parts when it was gripping and I couldn't switch it off, but other parts when it dragged on a bit randomly. The ending was ok if a bit dull.
Despite the very difficult subject matter, it was quite an easy listen.

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Amazing book

Loved the story line, performance was great. This is actually the second time of listening. To it !

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Must read

Loved it, well written and well read. Would recommend to anyone. Captivating from the first page

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Good story line

Delivered in a crisp way which I personally found spoilt good storytelling.
I would have preferred a bit of regional accent from main character.

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Emotional story

If I had known what the story was about, I most probably wouldn't have listen to it, only because it made me cry, but saying that it was well read and I couldn't stop listening to it.

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Gripping story

Would you consider the audio edition of The Choice to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print version

What other book might you compare The Choice to, and why?

I am a big fan of Susan Lewis if you like her work you'll enjoy this book

Have you listened to any of Karen Kass’s other performances? How does this one compare?

This is the first Karen Kass performance but I found it enjoyable

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