Marnie Logan often feels like she's being watched. Nothing she can quite put her finger on - a whisper of breath on the back of her neck, or a shadow in the corner of her eye - and now her life is frozen. Her husband Daniel has been missing for more than a year.
Depressed and increasingly desperate, she seeks the help of clinical psychologist Joe O'Loughlin. Joe is concerned by Marnie's reluctance to talk about the past, but then she discovers a book packed with pictures, interviews with friends, former teachers, old flames and workmates Daniel was preparing for her birthday. It was supposed to be a celebration of her life. But it's not the story anyone was expecting...
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"Another great one by Michael Robotham"
Gripping, excellent, slick
This is one of my favourite narrators. He is one of the few that can "do voices" and he reads at a perfect pace. Also I adore his voice. He is a natural and I wish he narrated a lot more than he does.
All of Michael Robotham's books are a MUST READ.
"Brilliant. Narrator is fantastic too"
Accents, speed and atmosphere he created
Ordered another narrated by narrator again and the same author. If I could have given it a 10 star rating I would have done.
This book is brilliant but don't listen in the dark in your own
He never fails to give the book it's best interpretation.
its not often I dislike a book and I know I am in the minority but I found the book really predictable and second guessed the plot which I felt was dragged out more than it needed to be it all the way through.. Sorry
"Shocking twist that I didn't see coming..."
Once you start listening, don't make plans to be anywhere else...you won't be able to put this one down. The best yet!
Absolutely, especially with a good narrator as Sean Barrett. He makes the characters so real.
It has to be Jo for me. He is so good at his job and such a friend (although he says he cannot be her friend and her counsellor) to Marnie. All of this and he has his parkinsons to contend with.
It's like watching a thriller on the tv, sitting on the edge of the sofa and having two hands to hold the cushion in front of you at the scary bits. His ability to perform so many voices and make them all sound so real and convincing is amazing.
I did laugh in a couple of places, I didn't cry but I did get so pulled in by the story, especially near the end, that I completely forgot where I was.
Brilliant, just brilliant.........................
"Fantastic thriller, kept me guessing to the end,"
This is one of the best thrillers I have listened to in a long time. It's a bit slow to start and I had to go back to the beginning and re-listen half way through the story as the story evolves. I would highly recommend this book.
"Usual high standard"
the excellent narration along with a very gripping story
It was all memorable and I cant pick out one in particular
love Sean Barretts narrations and this was up to his usual high standard
Yes, unfortunately, living my life got in the way of being able to listen in one sitting. I like to listen when I go to bed and a few times I had to stop listening until next morning as story was so gripping
"Watching You by Michael Rowbotham"
Yes it is so page turning
His assistant she was dippy but so likeable
I enjoyed all of them
It made me laugh and in places made me sad but it is always interesting
I am a Michael Rowbotham fan his books are always interesting and have you gripped.
Michael always makes his charactures come to life.
The reader is superb too I would definately rate this book 5 stars
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