Inary Monteith’s life is at a crossroads. After a stolen night with her close friend Alex, she's just broken his heart by telling him it was all a terrible mistake. Then she has to rush home from London to the Scottish Highlands when her little sister's illness suddenly worsens – and in returning she must confront the painful memories she has been trying so hard to escape.
Back home, things become more complicated than she could ever have imagined. There's her sister's illness, her hostile brother, a smug ex she never wants to see again and her conflicted feelings about Alex in London and a handsome American she meets in Glen Avich. On top of that, she mysteriously loses her voice but regains a strange gift from her childhood – a sixth sense that runs in her family. And when a voice from the past keeps repeating, 'Take me home', she discovers a mystery that she knows she must unlock to set herself free.
Take Me Home is a beautiful story of love, loss, discovering one’s true abilities and, above all, never forgetting who you really are.
©2014 Daniela Sacerdoti (P)2014 Audible Studios
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"Gentle and undemanding"
This reminded me of a story in an old fashioned woman's magazine. The story of the family held my attention and some parts were actually quite moving. I could have lived without the supernatural element but it all concluded satisfactorily so no complaints.
Overall this was a pleasant and undemanding listen.
"Somewhat uneventful story of a bitter woman"
Might be OK for teens, or for someone who likes romantic dross
Made it half the length with twice the content
Truly awful range of accents, the only one that sounded genuine was the London flatmate
Disappointed by the lack of plot and the teenage love story, felt no connection to the characters at all
"A stream of misery"
I don't think so. It's too miserable and the accent is driving me mad.
I haven't made it to the end. And I don't think I'm going to.
I've just listened to a few samples of her to see if the Scottish accent is hers for real. She uses it a lot, but not exclusively. I would not listen to her using the accent again.
The story is very miserable. Nothing good happening so far and I'm quite a way in. The thing that is driving me mad is the Scottish accent. It sounds forced and tortuous in places and it's really hard to distinguish between the two sisters names. In fact I have no idea how you would spell the name of Emily's sister because I can't hear it properly through the accent.
engaging from the early pages, with some surprises.Well worth the time to listen. I could not wait for the next opportunity to listen.
wasn't sure what it was about when I started reading, but I loved it. a must read. even though this was my first audio book. brilliant.
"Just the right mix..."
Just the right mix of mystery and romance. Had me laughing out loud. I could listen to the narrator over and over. Brilliant
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