- Narrated by: Eloise Oxer
- Length: 14 hrs and 11 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 15-09-14
- Language: English
- Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd
Travelling back home to Lyrebird Hill, the beautiful bushland property where she grew up with her mother and sister, Ruby begins to remember the year that has been blocked in her memory. Snatches of her childhood with her beautiful sister, and Ruby’s only friendship – with the boy from the next property, a foster kid she’d play games with in the bush at midnight. Then Ruby uncovers a cache of ancient letters from a long-lost relative, Brenna Magavin, written from her cell in a Tasmanian gaol. Brenna is about to be hanged for murder, and Ruby discovers that her family line is littered with tragedy and violence. As she reads, the gaps in Ruby’s memory come to her. And as she pieces together the shards of truth, what she finally discovers will shock her to the core – about what happened to Jamie that fateful day, and how she died.
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By sugarmax on 20-08-15
Would you try another book written by Anna Romer or narrated by Eloise Oxer?
Yes definitely as I really enjoyed thornwood house.
What was most disappointing about Anna Romer’s story?
The story was slow burning but as I got to know the characters things got muddled and the end was not very thrilling at all.
What didn’t you like about Eloise Oxer’s performance?
The narration was fine considering the material.
What character would you cut from Lyrebird Hill?
No characters could be cut from the story. It just lacked something.
Any additional comments?
After listening to thornwood I desperately wanted to hear more from this author but lyrebird hill was dreadful in comparison.
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By C. Crane on 05-03-16
Nice writing... not my favorite genre
This is an interesting story and nicely written, but more a romance ... not a mystery, which I prefer. The intertwining stories of generations involved in relationships can be a little confusing at first, but eventually they all come together. To balance the brutality described, there are some lovely descriptive passages about the natural setting at Lyrebird Hill. The narration Is good.
36 of 37 people found this review helpful
By Victoria on 01-12-15
Not Great, Not Awful.
From the publisher's synopsis and the reviews I read, I was expecting history, romance, and a mystery. I would not have purchased this book if I had known that the story would be more like an "original movie" from a certain cable TV network known for "women's programming" that features stories of stalking, rape, abuse and murder. By the end of the book, it was a real bloodbath. The narration was only "okay," as well. The breathless vocal quality used throughout the book was mildly annoying. It wasn't the worst book I've ever heard. But the death, destruction and violence really wore on me.
106 of 113 people found this review helpful