An apparently happy marriage. A beautiful son. A lovely home. So what makes Emily Coleman wake up one morning and walk right out of her life? How will she survive? And what is the date that looms, threatening to force her to confront her past? No-one has ever guessed her secret. Will you? Tina Seskis's One Step Too Far is an absolutely unputdownable story of secrets and heartbreak.
©2014 Tina Seskis (P)2014 Penguin Books Limited
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This book grips you from beginning to end. All fits in to place near the end. Great Narrators
riveting from the start. Couldn't wait to find out why Emily had ditched her "perfect" life and taken on a new identify.
"Absorbing from beginning to end!"
This story had so many twists and turns but nothing detracted from the sad and painful journey of Emily/Kat. Trying to start again after such pain is a familiar theme and this ultimately heartwarming ending was both a relief and satisfying. Excellent!
I Would never have guessed the ending :-) kept you hooked from beginning to end, going through a roller coaster of emotions.
A good story. Keeps you wondering why she left. Enjoyable and definitely worth a listen.
"Overall a lot of misery"
I found this ok and yes there was a twist to it that really is difficult to guess. It moves along at quite a slow pace and I did think the characters were not all that interesting. I thought the narrative was really good but would not rush out to buy another book by this author.
"A slow mover, but it has some twists"
An easy listen with some twist and turns in the story but all in all it is quite a slow book. I feel the voice for Emily sounds too old for what I imagine which was a bit off putting. I felt that I really wanted to get to know other characters a bit better than what the book allowed.
I would still recommend this book those it is a good summer listen/read for your holidays.
I found this engaging, great for a listen on a long drive. That said it wasn't great literature, I wanted to know why the character had left her perfect life, but this isn't a book that left me feeling particularly reflective or with any great insights on human kind. Literary "fast food", but gripping nonetheless.
"Really enjoyed this"
I really enjoyed the story and the fact that the time changes were read by different people
The whole story and the way it was read
Very good, both readers were perfect
Cant say, it would spoil the story for others
Just sit back and enjoy
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