A middle-class woman at her wits' end and a struggling migrant worker with few options for survival.
When tensions boil over, who will be the first to snap? Will it be Theodora, finally breaking under the pressure? Or Mona, desperate to find a way out?
Two women. Two stories. Who do you believe?
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Gripping, dark and emotionally engaging
Realistic Understandable Engaging
I liked Dora's character the best, as I feel we all have worked with or know someone who thinks like Dora. Her need to be liked and her angry jealous feelings. I could easily identify with her, although I had to feel pity for her also.
I liked most of the voices which were easily recognised without the narration, although I did find some of Adjoa Andoh sometimes a little more difficult to understand. This certainly didn't take away from the story line.
Be careful what you wish for.
Very enjoyable, I would recommend reading Tideline if you enjoyed this.
- lorna Carter