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Elizabeth

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A book for all women

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Reviewed: 31-10-2020

I have started following Alisa’s principals and my cycle is normal again! No more cramps :)

Held my breath, couldn’t put it down.

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Reviewed: 29-03-2020

This book is fantastic. Ronan’s reporting is incredible and the exposure of the corruption of power in journalism was amazing. Couldn’t put it down. Constant gasps.

Narrator is terrible

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Reviewed: 03-01-2020

This narrator really put me off and I couldn’t listen to it. Save this one for reading the actual book.

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Narrator suckkkkks

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Reviewed: 12-09-2019

I’m a big John Douglas fan but his writing style is a bit dry but the deadpan style of the narrator does him zero justice. Narrator also can’t pronounce Quantico properly which comes across as incredibly naive considering it’s the location of the department where John Douglas worked.

Didn’t know this was Australian!

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Reviewed: 27-06-2019

When Big Little Lies was produced on HBO I didn’t realise that the book was written by an Australian. I’ve since devoured all of Liane Moriarty’s works.

Perfect to binge listen

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Reviewed: 18-06-2019

I didn’t know that much about Billy Jensen before listening to his audiobook. This book is a call to action for all those who love true crime and want to get involved. Billy’s story is so relatable and interesting I couldn’t put it down.

I really love this narrator

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Reviewed: 16-01-2019

I really enjoyed this book and it gave an insight into how genetics play a role into how people turn out.

This book has inspired me

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Reviewed: 16-08-2018

The narrator has a very even tone and this book has inspired me beyond belief.

Couldn’t pause it!

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Reviewed: 18-11-2017

Omg I couldn’t put this down! Amazing! Seriously if you love crime books this is for you.

Too crazy to be true!

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Reviewed: 11-03-2017

Jason Moss draws a line between what is normal and what lengths one can go to to get what they want. This books draws a perfect comparison between the violent and non violent psychopath and the different paths one can take when you're a very driven person.

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