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It was in the middle of a snowstorm when Tiggy arrived at the remote house on Bodmin Moor. She was alone, her partner tragically dead in an accident, and Julia, her dearest friend, welcomed her into her warm and chaotic family.
©2008 Marcia Willett; (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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  • debra bradshaw
  • 10-27-17

The way we were

Sorry, loved this book when reading it, but can’t listen to the narrator, personal choice, so didn’t finish listening..

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  • nanasheila
  • 09-30-14

Pleasing story

Would you listen to The Way We Were again? Why?

No I would not listen to this book again. I thought it was read beautifully but the storyline took quite a while to get to the interesting bit and it wasn't up to Marcia Willetts earlier books standard so rather disappointing.

If you’ve listened to books by Marcia Willett before, how does this one compare?

This is far from the usual standard of her story lines and although a sweet story nowhere close to the older Marcia Willett books.

Which character – as performed by June Barrie – was your favourite?

I couldn't choose between them as June Barrie read all the characters so beautifully and just right.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really as I found it very slow going all the way through