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The Partridge and the Pelican

Narrated by: Rebecca Reed
Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
4 out of 5 stars (1 rating)
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When two girls find a baby abandoned in a phone box, the event casts a long shadow over their lives.

©2011 Rachel Crowther (P)2018 Bookline & Thinker Ltd

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The Partridge and the Pelican

I really enjoyed this story, especially the focus on female friendship. It was, at times, a little slow but this was made up for by the beautiful writing. It was also pleasing how well the story's strands came together at the end. I do wish we'd heard more about Georgie though! The narration was okay, neither exceptional nor flawed.

This book was given to me free of charge in exchange for a review.

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  • April H.
  • 16-01-19

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The Partridge and the Pelican
Author: Rachel Crowther

This is a story of female friends that share the experience of finding an abandoned baby when they were young women and how it effected their lives. It goes back and forth in time to give back story, and it sometimes can be a bit confusing. The story weaves an intricate love, hate, like relationship between the friends.



The narration was well done. The characters were well portrayed by Rebecca Reed.



I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Darc
  • 27-01-19

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Eve and Olivia are travelling the UK while on vacation from university, staying with their medical student friend James. While on one of their excursions the two girls find a baby abandoned in a phone booth. They make the decision to take the baby to the nearest hospital. The events that happened that day affect their lives for the next 25 years. The story goes back and forth from 1983 to 2008 telling the story of friendships, marriage, love and hate. The narration was good, but the back and forth a little confusing at times. In the end the whole story ties together. I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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  • Rebecca Azizov
  • 20-01-19

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wow this book was I didn't even know how to describe what it was two best friends finding a baby deciding to keep the little bundle it's the book with so many things at once so much emotion adoration anger hate desperation it was so full such a full book the characters were fascinating in the best way possible I didn't knew a lot about this book from the blurb and I got such a fantastic surprise it made my heart ache so many levels and it was brilliant and I don't want to tell you anything about this book I just want to tell you to listen to it because it was so beautiful I think it's the best word to describe this extraordinary book
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