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Tell the Truth

Narrated by: Stephanie Racine
Length: 10 hrs and 27 mins
4 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From the best-selling author of Her Last Lie comes a chilling new thriller you won’t want to miss!

©2019 Amanda Brittany (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers

Critic Reviews

"An exciting new voice - Brittany reels readers in with this twisty, clever thriller that will have you second-guessing everything..." (Phoebe Morgan, author of The Doll House)

"Brilliant, pacey, and will leave you suspecting everyone is involved!" (Darren O’Sullivan, author of Our Little Secret)

"I was drawn in right from the rather original prologue and did not see that twist coming!" (Diane Jeffrey, author of Those Who Lie)

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  • Lisa Willett
  • 23-12-2018

So Good!!!!!

I couldn't get who was who, or who was doing what. This book kept be guessing until the end, and had so many aha moments. I really enjoyed listening to this story and picturing it in my mind. So amazing!!!

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  • Christalpistol
  • 06-05-2019

Tired storyline

I’m so tired of these ‘bad seed’ plots in books. It has been done again and again and it’s alway leans towards the nature born bad theory. Ugh! Not a fan of this book! Also tired of completely implausible or ridiculous ‘twists’!!

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  • Zoe
  • 05-07-2019

Loved this one

I literally listened to this book nonstop for 2 days and was so satisfied by the ending.

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  • Mike Thompson
  • 03-12-2019

Phenomenal!!!!

This book just kept giving! The twists and turns were unpredictable and kept coming! Loved the narration! Look forward to reading more by Amanda Brittany.

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  • Allison Ryan
  • 26-11-2019

buy this!

such a good find!! great book, and even better ending! definitely go for it if you like a good twist,

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  • Whiplash
  • 12-06-2019

Fun ride!

Ok, so I suspected the "bad guy" almost from the beginning. With that being said though, I did not suspect the reasoning behind it until almost the point of reveal. I waivered back & forth on it a few times but couldn't get the pieces to fit until it unfolded, which was great.
That ending though... I didn't see that coming at all.
Great book, fun ride, would definitely recommend!

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  • Monkey-sue
  • 28-05-2019

fantastic!

I hate to see this book end. it was fantastic from the beginning to the very last sentence. I loved the developed characters, I loved the narrator, the storyline was exciting and intense, this is one of the best books I've read in a long time.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-04-2019

Amazingly good

Normally I’m not crazy about books that have ‘thens’ And ‘nows’. It’s a bit harder to make sense of in the beginning but this was very good and well written! So many twists! Totally entertained!

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  • M D ROSENBERGER
  • 08-02-2019

Really good listen

I absolutely loved this book I could not put it down . Going t o check if she has written anything else.

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  • Smithy
  • 19-04-2019

Thoroughly good!

The writer allows the reader to empathise with many of the characters. Who is telling the story? Who is to be believed? Right to the end, you're left wondering... Who is telling the truth?

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  • GillyD
  • 06-03-2019

What’s not to like?

Great story, great narration and kept me guessing till the end. Main character engaging and totally believable. I thoroughly recommend.

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  • CDG
  • 24-07-2019

Mixed

I found it an interesting, if somewhat unlikely story.

It was clever and kept me wanting to read on, but a tale that rather pushed the bounds of reality to the edge. However, it was well conceived and the continuity was excellent. It offered many options as to who 'dunnit', and why. The psychological implications were excellent.

What did agitate me was that in the moments of the story where fear should have shaken the reader, it sort of didn't. An air of predictability surrounded those sections. (I am prepared to accept that, as a reader of many thrillers, it may just be that I am conditioned to them so I might be losing the impact).

The most annoying part of the tale was the depiction of the lead character who acts and thinks rather stupidly a lot of the time. Sadly, this is seemingly a common trait with modern thrillers .

Here is a woman who is a trained psychotherapist yet ploughs through the story reacting in the most ridiculous ways. I found myself shouting at her (how sad) when she did, or reacted to things no normal human being would if faced with the evidence that she was. Or putting herself in situations that only a simpleton would.
In her voyage of detection and discovery she failed to ask obvious questions and ignored the answers to the good ones. Likewise her appalling level of assessing the characters in her life, if she were real, would certainly prevent me from using her services.

The narration was excellent and, overall, have given 4-stars as it's worth the read.

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  • Janet biglari
  • 13-04-2020

Run of the Mill Thriller

This book would have been more believable if the main character had not been a psychotherapist, her response to situations was silly a trained therapist would not have behaved that way. This spoilt it for me so I struggled to really engage in the story. Writing this review I am struggling to remember the plot and characters thats how much it stood out in my mind.

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  • Julie
  • 21-03-2020

rubbish

what utter tripe. hysterical unbelievable fantasy of spite malice cowardice and insanity. wish I hadn't bothered.

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  • Alex
  • 20-04-2019

Ridiculous

I am willing to suspend disbelief for the purpose of fiction works, but to accept the events of this book one would have to suspend disbelief at about 30,000 feet.

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