Summary

When 30-year-old Lisa Forster begins to trace her family tree, she discovers her birth certificate belonged to a baby who died at four months old and is not in fact her own. Her apparently happy middle class upbringing was a myth and her parents had a dark secret.
With Pete Laundon's help, Lisa sets about searching for the truth. She follows up all possible routes, until with no options left she goes to the newspapers for help. After 30 years, who if anyone knows: Who is Lisa Forster? Why was she never told? And who was the baby who died?
The Appearance of Truth is the gripping tale of one woman's search for identity.
©2013 Rosemary J. Kind (P)2017 Rosemary J. Kind
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4 out of 5 stars
By Layla on 05-06-17

I love this book.

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This is a great book. I was hooked from beginning to end. My favorite character has to be Pete. He found humour at bad times. He always put a smile on my face.
I didn't like Lisa so much. I felt she abused Pete, when he always tries to help her. He loves her a lot and I felt that she throw's it back in his face, even though she says that she loves him. Which I did not believe because she would not have treated him the way she did. Like when he says that he understood why they did it, she had a fit and told him she never wanted to see him again!
However I still liked the book. There is even a few twists in here. Some I expected and the others came as a surprise.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Rhonda on 26-05-17

Emotional, touching story

Would you consider the audio edition of The Appearance of Truth to be better than the print version?

I didn't read the print version

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Appearance of Truth?

There was more than one. Lisa kept taking her emotions out on the people who cared and supported her, especially Pete. She failed to see that she had people around her who cared about who she had become and not who she was born.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Reagan Boggs?

I think I might enjoy her more narrating another book. I do like the sound of her voice but her pauses were at odd times so I found it disrupting to the flow of the story.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It didn't make me cry but I did find it emotional several times. The characters tell their own stories and it made me see things from their perspective. It was sad to feel what they were feeling at the time and how something like this can ruin not only a relationship but take all the happiness from a person.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Dee on 31-05-17

A story set in England without a British accent?!

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I wanted to like this book so I listened to it until the very end. It had an intriguing storyline and a compelling mystery and I wanted to know what happens/happened. However, when you have a story set in England with English born characters, at least one of them should speak with a British accent! I mean, c'mon!

Don't get me wrong, Reagan Boggs has a nice voice but hers was not an appropriate voice for this listen.

Of course, it didn't help that Lisa, the wayward adoptee and our main character, was a pill! She was sooooo unlikeable. It's a good thing this listen included a variety of characters that made up for Lisa's lack. By the time the HEA came along, I was through with her.

This was a good story; it really, really, really was. It deserved a British narrator.

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