Back Again

  • by Susan May
  • Narrated by Anne Johnstonbrown
  • 9 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

How many times can you watch your child die to save his life? All her life Dawn has been troubled by lost time. She awakens suddenly in strange places far away from her last conscious memory. And the memories are a problem, too. Reality doesn't quite fit with what she feels she absolutely knows. Kylie's over her dead-end job. Her boss is on her back. Her ex-boyfriend still harasses her. And everyone underestimates her. Seriously, she just wants this day over. As she drives away from the worst work day ever, she picks up her cell to send a text. It's a decision that will change her life when Dawn's and her world collide. The ensuing tragic accident takes Dawn's only child, and she doesn't know how she'll survive. Ten days later, inexplicably, her lost time becomes a gift, when she finds herself back again on the morning of the accident. Now Dawn can save her son. Now she can change fate. Only one problem ... fate doesn't want to be changed. Can Dawn find a way to save one little boy before destiny decides it will no longer play? From international, best-selling author Susan May whose been called the female Stephen King comes a unique time travel story about hope and forgiveness that will touch your heart and leave you wanting to hug the ones you love.

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Thrilling, emotional listen by superb combination

Dawn's tragic history is brought to her present with the loss of her son in a tragic accident - can 10 seconds really make a difference?

Anne Johnstonebrown is an award winning narrator and proved why once again, in this thrilling tale. Perhaps a little emotional for the genre, I was however caught up in the ride and the story progressed steadily to an unexpected conclusion.

Worth the credit for anyone looking for an exciting thriller.
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- TangoWithText Kim

Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-08-2016
  • Publisher: Susan May