I am in complete agreement with the review by Catalyn. I couldn't wait for this book to end - it was a painful experience. I actually started to wince with the growing certainty that after almost every event I would be subjected to some self-absorbed discourse about some boring aspect of Ridley's life in ruin. The heroine was a pathetic female who tiresomely wavered between tears, denial, and (when the plot needed to move forward) some determination for the truth.
I loved this audio book, and particularly enjoyed the multi-voiced performances that brought each character perfectly to life. An engaging story that gently nudges the reader to feel each character's pain and love, and to consider the moral, ethical & social issues that tear into this family.
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