Saving Noah

Written by:
Lucinda Berry
Narrated by:
Carrington Macduffie
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Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
July 2020
6 hours 29 minutes
Meet Noah—an A-honor roll student, award-winning swimmer, and small-town star destined for greatness. There weren’t any signs that something was wrong until the day he confesses to molesting little girls during swim-team practice. He’s sentenced to eighteen months in a juvenile sexual-rehabilitation center.

His mother Adrianne refuses to turn her back on him despite his horrific crimes, but her husband won’t allow Noah back into their home. In a series of shocking and shattering revelations, Adrianne is forced to make the hardest decision of her life. Just how far will she go to protect her son?

Saving Noah challenges everything you think you know about teenage sexual offenders. It will keep you up at night long after you've finished, questioning beliefs you once thought were true.
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I love the author just not my favorite read

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Great story that made me think about things I hadn't considered before in regard to molestation, pedophilia, etc. The narrator was possibly Canadian.

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Kim Ellis

spoiler alert. I am not sure that I have ever had such a visceral response to a book. I can handle a lot of things and usually can move past it. but not this one.. I tried to ask myself many times how I would react if placed in the exact situation...For the life of me, I have no real answer..But for the mom to say "Noah was the real victim" and "those girls would get over it" made me so angry at her... I don't necessarily get triggered with suicide or even assisted suicide, but the actions of the father disgusted me too...especially in the end when he tells about his past.. I finished this book a few days ago and haven't been able to form the words for an honest, somewhat intellectual review...I just was to vomit myself with this book.

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Louise N.

Initially, I found it difficult to adjust to the narrator's voice, as it didn't match what I imagined Noah's mother's age would sound like, which put me off a bit. However, as the story progressed, I became more engaged, especially finding the narration of the final chapters deeply moving. Despite the challenging subject matter, the author successfully crafted an emotionally powerful book.

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Bree D.

This was a hard one to get through but glad I finished. I know most people have mixed emotions on the subject of the book but it was a good story. Narrator was easy to listen to.

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Stephanie K.

It’s hard for me to get behind any book where they call a pedophile the victim, and say “the girls will get over“.

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