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The Picture on the Fridge

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Ian W. Sainsbury

Narrated By: Matthew Lloyd Davies

Date: December 2019

Duration: 7 hours 37 minutes

Summary:

Mags Barkworth still suffers the effects of a life-changing tragedy over a decade ago.

She knows her husband loves her. She knows he would never do anything to hurt her, or their daughter. But what if the voice in her head, the one she's pushed away with therapy and anti-depressants, is telling the truth?

What if it's all a lie?

When Tam, their daughter, draws an uncannily detailed picture of a place she's never been, Mags's life starts to unravel. But even in her most paranoid moment, Mags could never have guessed the secret she is destined to uncover.

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  • Lauren E

    It was a pretty decent book. A few slow times in the story, but overall food, with some great twists. Narrator wasn’t the greatest with the accents, but he gets an A for effort!

  • Sandra M.

    I thought I had it figured out, only to find out I was wrong. That, to me, is a good mystery. I’m now a fan of this Author

  • Anonymous

    Great book

  • Kaylamom04

    good listen.

  • SHEVELLE SWANNACK

    OK book. Not the best and not the worst listen.

  • Angela D.

    Enjoyed the story but didn’t rate the narration. American accents are awful. The intonation of the characters is not compelling.

  • STEPHANIE WITHERS

    Not as good as I thought it would be.

  • Anonymous

    The narrator who was British was great with the characters speaking British English. But he should have never tried to speak in an American Southern or Boston accent. It was terrible and distracted the listener. He could have just used his normal dialect but maybe changed the pitch of his voice. Ideally they should have had a second narrator do the reading of the characters with the Southern accents and Boston Accents.

  • Heather B.

    I was eager for this book to be over almost as soon as I started listening. The conversations between the protagonist and her daughter (and dad with daughter) always sounded like she was talking to a six-year-old, not an eleven-year-old. The constant talk about Tam's period at the beginning of the book really put me off. The author really struggled with foreshadowing and building tension. I probably missed a lot of the exposition of why things were happening they way they were because my thoughts kept wandering towards the end as I waited for the story to be over. Some of the problem also lies with the narration. The narrator cannot do a Boston accent at all. He sounded like a 1940's attempt at a private detective in an old tyme movie. All of his american accents were atrocious. Even though this is sci-fi/fantasy, the setting is in the "real world." There are ways to make magic and unexplained mental powers sound believable in a "real world" setting. What the author does in this book is quite disappointing.

  • Afaf B.

    New idea. Excellent narration, but accents was mixed up.

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