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The Betrayal

Narrated by: Imogen Church
Length: 12 hrs and 30 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (17 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Could you kill someone? Someone you love?

Paris, 1938. This is the story of twin sisters divided by fierce loyalties and by a terrible secret. The drums of war are beating, and France is poised, ready to fall. One sister is an aviatrix, the other is a socialite, and they both have something to prove and something to hide.

Discover a brilliant story of love, danger, courage...and betrayal.

©2017 Kate Furnivall (P)2017 Simon & Schuster UK

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  • Emily G
  • 31-01-2018

Sad for this one to end.

It has been a long time since I've finished reading or listening to a book and felt deeply sad - not because the story was sad, but because it was over. Imogen Church does a masterful job, per usual, even making twins sound distinctive.

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  • andrea l
  • 01-12-2018

Waiting for her next audible book to come out!!!

Loved loved loved both The Betrayal and The Survivors - and am looking forward to her next audible release. These two books were the the best of two literary worlds - WW2 Historical Fiction and Mystery/Thriller. Imogen Church also does an incredible job of narrating.

Please keep 'em coming Kate Furnivall and Imogen Church!!!!

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  • Melisa U.
  • 18-09-2018

Great Story

Overall great story, got a little lost now and then in the historical details but picked right back up. Great story of love between siblings. All the good and the bad.

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  • D. Doughty
  • 19-02-2019

Spellbinding!

I couldn't stop listening. Loved all the twists and turns. I was sorry when I came to the end.

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  • Quickreader
  • 03-05-2018

Fantastic read

Loved this from beginning to end. The twists and turns of the plot keep you gripped. I am a big fan of Kate Furnivall but this is the best one so far.
The narrator is really good the french and german accents are brilliant.
The plot is very clever, thrilling and full of surprises. The characters are believable and the attention to detail and research that must have involved is fantastic.
I cant recommend this enough you wont be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-04-2018

great

loved it. worked out most but still a few shocks at the end. excellent listen

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  • Ellen
  • 26-10-2018

Wartime Chick lit

This is a easy listening book, personally the narration grated, I have listed to other Imogen Church readings and enjoyed them however this time I found she was OTT. she tried too hard and her male voices did not enhance already weakly written characters. The betrayal focuses on twin sisters Romy and Florence and it is the interplay between these two strong characters which carry the story. There are twists and turns and of course a big betrayal along with a few small and bitter ones. There are a fair few historical inaccuracies which have been given artistic licence in order to make the plot work.

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