The Memory Child: The Memory Child, Book 1 (Unabridged) The Memory Child: The Memory Child, Book 1 (Unabridged)

The Memory Child: The Memory Child, Book 1 (Unabridged‪)‬

    • 3.4 • 17 Ratings
    • $5.99

    • $5.99

Publisher Description

When Brian finds out that his wife, Diane, is pregnant, he is elated. He’s been patiently waiting for twelve years to become a father. But Diane has always been nervous about having children because of her family’s dark past. The timing of the pregnancy also isn’t ideal - Diane has just been promoted, and Brian is being called away to open a new London office for his company.

Fast-forward one year: Being a mother has brought Diane a sense of joy that she’d never imagined and she’s head over heels for her new baby, Grace. But things are far from perfect: Brian has still not returned from London, and Diane fears leaving the baby for even a moment. As unsettling changes in those around Diane began to emerge, it becomes clear that all is not as it seems.

A woman’s dark past collides head-on with her mysterious present in this surreal and gripping family drama.

Amy McFadden
hr min
August 4
Brilliance Audio

Customer Reviews

Zxc123 ,

Really Don't Like The Narration

The mystery is interesting enough, I suppose, but the narrator is terrible. She has an annoying Midwest (Michigan, I'd guess) accent and at the same time, adds these pseudo-Valley Girl inflections that drove me nuts. Her voice and style seem more suited for cheesy rom-coms, which I don't enjoy, either. The narration was so distracting that I often realized I wasn't paying attention to the story. I may read the book if the library has it, but it didn't interest me enough to buy it and I couldn't finish the audiobook.

auspiciousreader ,

Can't Listen!

The narrator is so unbearably over the top that I just could not listen to this book, so I can't even review the story

Bearcub72 ,

Terrible story and poor narration

The story is extremely predictable. Even if it wasn't, it's just not good. The narration is also disappointing, the woman's voice (especially when assuming a man's) just doesn't feel right.