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Hysteria

Written by: Megan Miranda
Narrated by: Holly Fielding
Length: 8 hrs and 24 mins

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Publisher's Summary

Mallory killed her boyfriend, Brian. She can't remember the details of that night but everyone knows it was self-defense, so she isn't charged. But Mallory still feels Brian's presence in her life. Is it all in her head? Or is it something more? In desperate need of a fresh start, Mallory is sent to Monroe, a fancy prep school where no one knows her . . . or anything about her past.But the feeling follows her, as do her secrets. Then, one of her new classmates turns up dead. As suspicion falls on Mallory, she must find a way to remember the details of both deadly nights so she can prove her innocence-to herself and others. In another riveting tale of life and death, Megan Miranda's masterful storytelling brings readers along for a ride to the edge of sanity and back again.

©2013 Megan Miranda (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Katrin
  • 02-01-14

Character driven suspense

What did you love best about Hysteria?

The way the author dropped a few clues here and there along the way but still kept us in the dark about what happened right up to the end.

What about Holly Fielding’s performance did you like?

She did a good job throughout the book.

Any additional comments?

Megan Miranda has written a suspenseful story, focusing on the main character's inner journey. The secondary characters are three dimentional and interesting.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-06-17

Good story. Narrator is kind of annoying

The story was good. Keeps you guessing. The narrator swallows allot and is nasally in some parts.

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  • Anna
  • 19-04-20

Hard to follow - unorganized

I have ADD and I will admit that sometimes I have to rewind and listen again bc I've spaced out.
With Hysteria, I had a lot of moment in which I thought I had missed something. But I didn't, the story was just unorganized and missed some details to properly connect the book. I still cant figure out exactly what happened during some of those events.
Would not recommend

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  • Samantha
  • 12-03-20

very disappointed

I am usually a huge Megan Miranda fan, but this one is a huge disappointment. Slow, boring, and a conclusion that makes no sense.

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  • Sara
  • 25-06-19

Struggled!

I struggled through this entire audiobook. Not sure why I didn't just give up. I definitely did not love the story... and I don't feel like there was real closure on the Brian situation. Also, the Jason stuff wasn't exactly explained through the best so i feel like Swiss cheese with missing info all speckled through me. The narration would have been fine if I hadn't heard her swallow or speak with a dry mouth.

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  • mns
  • 06-11-18

Good ideas but I didn't enjoy the execution

I found it hard to follow in audio format as it jumps in time. The story os very mysterious and spooky at times.

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  • Cilve
  • 09-01-14

what a poor read

What would have made Hysteria better?

A decent story would have helped but I regret that this was not the case

What will your next listen be?

Vicious circle

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Holly Fielding?

nothing wrong with the narrator

You didn’t love this book--but did it have any redeeming qualities?

None