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A Midwinter Promise

Narrated by: Eilidh Beaton
Length: 15 hrs and 54 mins

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One family across two generations. A marriage marred by trauma and infidelity. Lives marked by death, divorce and a shattered family. A dark secret at the heart of a tragedy.

Now the Pengelly family reunites around the sickbed of David, a beloved husband and father, to confront the emotions and the secrets that have divided them over the years.

Set around the beautiful wildness of Tawray, a house near the Cornish coast, A Midwinter Promise by best-selling author Lulu Taylor is a dramatic story of loss, grief and the legacy of secrets. It is also a tale of reconciliation and renewal. 

©2019 Lulu Taylor (P)2019 Macmillan Digital Audio

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  • Frankie
  • 06-12-2019

A superbly crafted story with brilliant narration

I have always looked forward to a new Lulu Taylor book, ever since her very first, so I was really looking forward to the release of this one. I was not in any way disappointed, in fact I think this is one of her best. The characters are flawed and very real, and the story is cleverly woven, with several different threads running through it. The core of the story is poignant, but the writer brings a resolution at the end without diverting from the deep sadness and futility at the centre of the tale. The narration is absolutely excellent - I couldn’t fault the performance in any way, in fact I couldn’t fault this book, I just hope Lulu Taylor will write another very soon.

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  • Ms Gloria James
  • 04-12-2019

No words

This might well have been a good book but the narration is dreadful. She speaks in a quiet breathy voice that can't be understood. I hope authors have a say in who narrates their books. Was so disappointed with this one