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No Further Questions

Written by: Gillian McAllister
Length: 12 hrs and 39 mins
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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of No Further Questions by Gillian McAllister, read by Imogen Church, Charlie Sanderson, Andy Cresswell, Jan Cramer, Penny Andrews, Cassie Layton, Rachael Beresford and Malk Williams. 

The police say she's guilty. 

She insists she's innocent. 

She's your sister. 

You loved her. 

You trusted her. 

But they say she killed your child. 

Whom do you believe? 

©2018 Gillian McAllister (P)2018 Penguin Books Ltd

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  • Gabby
  • 15-07-18

Awesome

I listened to this book in 2 sittings! I really enjoyed the characters relationships and family dynamics. I did guess the ending but really enjoyed listening. The narrators were all excellent!! A very well written and sensitive book. 😍

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  • KindleQueen
  • 04-09-18

Awesome

By far one of the most gripping books I've listened to. Perfectly executed by the readers.

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  • Hazel
  • 05-08-18

Great book

Just a bit let down by the narrators. They are supposed to be sisters but had such opposite voices to the point of it being comical. one spoke like a chipmunk the other sounded like a sloth under sedation. The most annoying part was having to turn the volume up when sloth spoke and turn it back down when the chip monk spoke

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  • julia arthur
  • 08-02-19

Thoroughly enjoyable

Strong story with excellent characters and really believable twists and turns. Great read, excellent narration.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-02-19

Worth a listen!

A realistic thriller with a believable storyline that could easily happen in real life. Slightly slow paced second half that only aided the character development as opposed to the storyline. For that reason I would say it isn’t one of those “shocking” thrillers full of “OMG moments” that leaves your jaw hanging (my preference). However in its own right it is fantastically written, with characters who you really start to care about. Should definitely be on your lists 👌🏼

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  • laatkins
  • 15-01-19

fantastic from start to finish.

This was a new author to me and I shall definitely be listening to more.
I really enjoyed the style and simplicity of the story. It really was a great story, one you want to know the out come but don't want it to end.
The narrators voice, I thought was perfect for the story too.

5 stars from me and I shall be recommending it.



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  • Eryl Latham
  • 18-09-18

Interesting story

A bit long winded and spoilt by having to turn the sound up to maximum every time Marsha was speaking such a slow breathy voice

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  • J. Walsh
  • 06-09-20

The main persons voice is far too low

Although the story is okay (and I don’t know how it ends) I got very frustrated when trying to listen to this wherever I was. If I was driving I couldn’t hear the main character, when listening on my echo I couldn’t turn it up loud enough to hear her. Very, very annoying. The story seemed okay but no good if you can’t hear it.

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  • Sue
  • 22-05-19

Disappointing

I'm sorry but I really didn't enjoy this book. Generally speaking I find books that consist mainly of narration and very little dialogue, lack drama and immediacy. Dialogue gives the protagonists life, it expresses their personalities and creates an emotional bond between them and the reader. This book had very little dialogue and that there was, was stilted and unexpressive with no individual charactisation in it.
Unnecessary details in the descriptions wasted words, was irritating and didn't compensate for the lack of charactisation.
From the book's blurb, and the multipule narractors, I expected a dialogue-rich court room drama but was sadly disappointed.
I finally got bored and skipping the biggest section of the book, to just read the last five chapters.

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  • Christine M Brennan
  • 08-01-19

Great possibilities however disappointing

The idea of the book grabbed by attention straight away Howe I guessed quite early on who had done what
It was really long winded and would have been better as a short story not s novel

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