Very well written. The story moves at a slow pace but is enthralling. The narration creates part of the scene with a very believable Icelandic element and a calming voice that builds a strong sympathy with the characters emotion.
Although no initially drawn to this book by the blurb, I could not put it down. Written and narrated beautifully the story was engaging and entertaining.
I always enjoy a Cathy Kelly novel. Reliably enjoyable and the story always finishes happily ever after.
I nearly stopped listening about 2 hours in , the Australian accent was so so bad. Something crossed between Cornish and I don't know what bla!
The story was nearly hard to believe as the truth inside the organisation is so shocking. The story is told with generous detail , but not in a manner that is trying to illicit pity. The author is mighty in her strength and continual resilience.
Any suggestion that this organisation is a "church" is far from the truth. There is only one word ... Cult. How do seemingly intelligent successful people get caught up in these things?
I would not have chosen this book from the blurb however was encouraged by the reviews and I was not disapointed. Highly recommended
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