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Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
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Summary

Sam Ross is a psychotherapist - she spends her days helping people, but she can barely help herself. She’s still grieving over the recent death of her sister, her mother Barbara offers little support and she’s professionally challenged. 

One of her clients is Keith, a man whose life story changes with every session. And Keith has a secret - one that will rock Sam’s world to the core and place her in the most terrible danger.  

Directed by: Ken Bentley
Producer: David Richardson
Executive Producers: Jason Haigh-Ellery and Nicholas Briggs

©2019 Big Finish Productions (P)2019 Big Finish Productions

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Intrigue and mystery

Alex Kingston and warren brown don’t disappoint, great story along with plot twists that flip the narrative completely.

Definitely a drama worthy off a tv adaptation

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Phenomenal

It was fantastic, the pacing and plot were both extremely well. The final was amazing.

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Excellent

One of the best performances I have heard for a long time.
Big finish are very sci-fi orientated and I although I love sci-fi I have disliked the narrator approach to linking scenes. The BBC never use this method so for me big finish has been irritating.
However this story never uses the narrator method and is very BBC sound effects polished. If this is the future of big finish I will be buying a lot more of their stories.
Alex Kingston, voice acting, wow. She is entirely believable, vulnerable, stupid and idiotic, a real person wow
The best acted story I have heard for years.

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A very mixed bag.

The plot had great potential but authors didn't make the most of it. 1/4 was good & pulls you in but 2/3 & 3/4 just drag, lost interest but wanted to see how it ended. The 4/4 was very well written & performed.