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Fieldwork Audiobook

Fieldwork

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When his girlfriend takes a job in Thailand, journalist Mischa goes along for the ride, planning only to enjoy himself as much as possible. But when he hears about the suicide of a young woman, Martiya van der Leun, in the Thai prison where she was serving a life sentence for murder, what begins as mild curiosity becomes an obsession. It is clear that Martiya was guilty, but what was it that led her to kill?

©2008 Nicola Davies (P)2009 WF Howes Ltd

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  • Margaret
    Brighton East, Australia
    5/04/13
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    "Perfect title for a great novel"
    Would you listen to Fieldwork again? Why?

    There is a lot to love about Fieldwork. I would certainly listen again to pick up on the many intriguing details I undoubtedly missed during my first listen. It's a book that is not merely interesting; it has a tale to tell about what it means to be human and how humans in different worlds all manage to live in an often unpredictable and sometimes hostile world; and how we all misunderstand each other. And it was funny, too.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Fieldwork?

    The revelation at the end was well worth the wait. It wasn't a revelation in the traditional sense; hearing what Martiya finally learnt about the Diyalo and how she coped with that knowledge made her character, and her circumstances, much clearer. All peoples, and some people, do very peculiar things in the name of spirituality and culture. It is our way.


    Any additional comments?

    I read this book because I recalled a review by Stephen King. He said it was good book with an ill conceived title and a bad cover. Pfffft! to that! (She said in her usual articulate manner). The title was a perfect match for the narrative; and having been to northern Thailand many times, the original cover was also perfect.

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  • Rowan
    Wales
    3/07/10
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    "A really interesting read that made me want to ..."

    A really interesting read that made me want to get to the end. Partly to discover the conclusion but also because all though very insightful felt very long. Glad i bought it but wont be listening to it again down the line

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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