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Her whole world hinged on the moment one man jumped.... On a perfect summer's day in Paris, tourists on a river trip watch in horror as drama unfolds. A small boy has fallen overboard and disappeared below the surface of the water. As his mother stands frozen to the spot, another passenger jumps....
This is the story of how a single act of courage transforms the lives of all those involved. Louise Candlish returns with her most page-turning and emotional story to date.
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|Durée||18 heures et 6 minutes|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||19 juillet 2012|
|Éditeur||W. F. Howes Ltd|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
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The first two thirds of the book deals with two stories with common themes, Holly's in the present and her mother Joanna's twenty two years in the past. Unfortunately (like the Second Husband) it is obvious from about the second chapter of these exactly where both stories are going and the book takes well over half way to get there. Then, after several chapters of Joanna's and Alexa's emotions we finally get a significant plot development four chapters from the end. The character who has most to gain from this plot development, however, completely uncharacteristically decides to do nothing about it and so we have a 'no twist' ending that peters out into a continuation of what has been the status quo for half the book.
Several things didn't ring true - Alexa'a actions on her second trip to Paris, her decision-making at the end and Holly's visit to her maternal grandparents to name but three. And the oddest thing of all is the message that all someone who has been in a depressive slough and on all sorts of medication for the last two years needs to jerk them out of it completely (with no hint of any relapse, side effects from throwing the medication away etc) is a damn good sh*gging, preferably from a rich, married man. I would be interested to read a depressives' take on this.
A huge disappointment. And I didn't much like the characters, though Joanna was undoubtedly the best.