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Fur

Narrated by: Thomas Bestwick
Length: 12 hrs and 51 mins
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The old aged pensioners of Boxford are very set in their ways, loyal to each other and their daily routines. With families and loved ones either moved on to pastures new or maybe even the next life, these folk can get dependent on one another.

But what happens when the natural ailments of old age begin to take their toll? 

What if they were given the opportunity to heal and overcome the things that make every day life less tolerable? 

What if they were given this ability without their consent?

When a group of local thugs attack the village's wealthy Victor Krauss, they unwittingly create a maelstrom of events that could destroy not only their home but everyone in and around it.

Are the old folk the cause or the cure of the horrors?

©2018 Matthew Cash (P)2018 Matthew Cash

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  • Peter Germany
  • 09-17-18

Doesn’t hold back

Fur tells the story of a group of pensioners who have their worlds turned upside down by a revelation that one of their number isn’t what they seem.

This book I really enjoyed. There is a pretty broad group of characters that have their own identities and motivations. The core group of senior citizens pretty much all have something about them that made me like them, with one exception. That one exception, causes their lives in a small town to change massively and the journey Matthew Cash takes is on with them is at times hard to take, infuriating at others, and heart warming in places. I felt the love many characters had for each other, even in some unexpected cases.

I couldn’t guess how it was going to end, and even as it was coming to its conclusion I still couldn’t peg how Matthew Cash was going to wrap it all up. I like how he did, even with part of it coming out of the blue somewhat.

Fur is narrated by Thomas Bestwick. Bestwick did a fantastic job with a narration that had multiple accents in as well as getting some real heart and emotion into the sorry as a whole.

Please check Fur by Matthew Cash out.

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  • D GRAHAM
  • 08-13-19

Amazing narration of a gripping story

The narration of this story added depth to an already captivating plot. Characters came alive and brought the twists and turns of the tale to life.