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A fabulous charismatic woman desperately trying to navigate through a terminal illness. The book does not reflect her most recent interviews. Some of the messages from Lynda to her immediate family were uncomfortable to listen to. The narrator read in a mono syllabic way in sections and although the book must have provided a level of therapy for the author, it felt voyeuristic to listen to and extremely raw in parts, which of course is extremely understandable but a difficult experience for the listener.
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Would you listen to There's Something I've Been Dying to Tell You again? Why?
There is such honesty in this book, l dont think you can take it all in in just 1 reading
What did you like best about this story?
Lindas courage in fighting cancer, as a person who has had cancer and so far survived it, l can relate personally to what she went through. How devious is this wicked illness,you think you are recovering only to be smacked down again.
Which character – as performed by Sue Holderness – was your favourite?
Of course Linda
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
lt is a wonderful book, full of fun and humour but also full of emotion. l was in bits though during the telling of her love for Mr Spain and her boys and l had to stop to reflect on what l had just litened to.
Any additional comments?
A heroic journey but a lonely one
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