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The Raven on the Water | [Andrew Taylor]

The Raven on the Water

Back in 1964, tragedy struck when Peter Redburn and his friends were playing together. Now an adult, Peter has never been able to escape his feelings of guilt. A funeral forces him to confront the rivalries and secrets of the past.
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Back in 1964, tragedy struck when Peter Redburn and his friends were playing together. Now an adult, Peter has never been able to escape his feelings of guilt. A funeral forces him to confront the rivalries and secrets of the past.

©1991 Andrew Taylor; (P)2008 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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  • Kirstine
    Bonnyrigg, United Kingdom
    10/18/08
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    "Too complex for an audio book"

    I have greatly enjoyed other audio books by this author, but found the early part of this book far too complicated, with many characters and frequent switches in time with no cues for the listener to recognize which era we were in. It's a pity, because in the end is was a good story marred only by too much time spent detailing the rules and playing out of a secret society, Emor (=Rome backwards) that involved the main characters when young.

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