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This Is How It Ends

By: Eva Dolan
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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Three hundred gone. Just six left.

The building was once home to families, friends, children, couples, love, life. Now almost every flat is empty, the inhabitants forced out by the developers tearing down the old social housing to build luxury flats.

Only a few of the inhabitants have fought back against the attempts to evict them from their homes and their histories. And they have been joined by passionate student protestor and would-be journalist Ella, who is leading a high-profile media campaign to protect those who refuse to leave.

But Ella is in trouble. Because now there are more than six people in the building, but one of them is lying in a lift shaft with a broken neck....

©2018 Eva Dolan (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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  • 15-05-19

I just could not muster up the interest.

The “Now” storyline was interesting, and the fear and angst in Molly’s character kept me guessing about what would happen next.

Sadly, I thought the “Then” storyline was rather unremarkable and by the time it merged with “Now” revealing whodunit, why and how…. I was bored.