The Song of the Skylark

  • by Erica James
  • Narrated by Genevieve Swallow
  • 14 hrs and 56 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lizzie has always had bad luck. Losing her heart to her boss leads to her losing her job, and with no money in the bank Lizzie finds herself forced to move back home with her parents.
Now in her 90s, Mrs Dallimore is also coming to terms with her situation. Old age is finally catching up with her. As they form the bond of unexpected friendship, Lizzie begins to realise that she's not the only person to attract bad luck and that sometimes life has a way of surprising you....

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Customer Reviews

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disappointing

Poor old Clarissa, so many losses !! surely at least one character could have stuck around. As the list of deceased lengthened, I began to wonder if Erica James had run out of ideas , didn't know quite where to go with these characters so sent them on their way via the coffin shuttle. 62 chapters of dreariness
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- Rust

Spoilt by the narrator

Would you try another book written by Erica James or narrated by Genevieve Swallow?

I have now tried at least half a dozen times to listen to this but the narrators appallingly​ bad accents just ruins it if she thinks she can do a Norfolk accent please disabuse her of this it was just irritating and at times she forgets which a cent shes meant to be using. I think the story feels as though it would be great but Ill never know


What did you like best about this story?

The charscters


Would you be willing to try another one of Genevieve Swallow’s performances?

No


Was The Song of the Skylark worth the listening time?

No


Any additional comments?

I will make sure I never buy another audio book with this narrator

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- Jill Parker

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-03-2016
  • Publisher: Whole Story Audiobooks