Narrator Jane Oppenheimer affects an authentic L.A. vibe when voicing this audiobook's many Hollywood elites. Maura Fielder's internal whirlwind begins when she finds her husband viewing a decades-old video of himself sleeping with another woman. Determined to investigate the woman in the video, Maura descends into a Google-frenzied madness that the author crafts into a digital-age exploration of the timeless themes of betrayal, identity, and self-sabotage. Malden, a screenwriter, knows how to set a memorable scene. The majority of the novel, however, transpires inside Maura's head, and Oppenheimer works the text for maximum psychological drama. Listeners can instantly relate to Oppenheimer's raw portrayal of Maura as she experiences how much even virtual infidelity can hurt. J.T. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: AUGUST 2020]
Trade Ed. HighBridge Audio 2020
DD ISBN 9781684579648 $24.99
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