“Unputdownable….This novel is anything but predictable. The female characters are forces of nature, and the plot twists are deliciously demented, a la Gone Girl and Big Little Lies.” —People
You can’t be married to someone without sometimes wanting to kill them...
As Long As We Both Shall Live is JoAnn Chaney’s wicked, masterful examination of a marriage gone very wrong, a marriage with lots of secrets…
“My wife! I think she’s dead!” Matt frantically tells park rangers that he and his wife, Marie, were hiking when she fell off a cliff into the raging river below. They start a search, but they aren’t hopeful: no one could have survived that fall. It was a tragic accident.
But Matt’s first wife also died in suspicious circumstances. And when the police pull a body out of the river, they have a lot more questions for Matt.
Detectives Loren and Spengler want to know if Matt is a grieving, twice-unlucky husband or a cold-blooded murderer. They dig into the couple’s lives to see what they can unearth. And they find that love’s got teeth, it’s got claws, and once it hitches you to a person, it’s tough to rip yourself free.
So what happens when you’re done making it work?
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Really enjoyed, war of the roses meets gone girl!
The narrator is over the top
This seems like a good book but the narrator’s voice is SO distracting. Listen to the preview - that over the top, sarcastic delivery is how she reads the ENTIRE book. It’s very distracting. I liked it fine in the preview clip but didn’t know she would be doing it the entire time. I gave up 60 percent of the way through. Maybe will try giving it a read without this narrator.
Off putting narration...
The book is interesting enough but I’m afraid I can’t keep listening to this audiobook!! If anyone is familiar with the comedian Anthony Jeselnik, the narration reminds me of his delivery style, a kind of aggressive flat ironic challenge to every sentence—and this narrator is female. Hard to describe, I suggest listening to a sample before diving in...