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After moving house, lonely librarian Beth meets Isaac – a handsome man with timeless manners – on her way to work. Sharing the same antiquated tram day after day, the pair become close and Beth suspects she’s falling in love. But Isaac has a secret that threatens their budding romance. Something dark and as magical as the tram that picks her up every morning and evening. Wh After moving house, lonely librarian Beth meets Isaac – a handsome man with timeless manners – on her way to work. Sharing the same antiquated tram day after day, the pair become close and Beth suspects she’s falling in love. But Isaac has a secret that threatens their budding romance. Something dark and as magical as the tram that picks her up every morning and evening. Why does he suddenly push her away? Does he really not care for her? How could she have got the signals so wrong? When Isaac and the tram go missing, Beth begins to discover the truth. But it might be too late… This audiobook is narrated by the author.


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After moving house, lonely librarian Beth meets Isaac – a handsome man with timeless manners – on her way to work. Sharing the same antiquated tram day after day, the pair become close and Beth suspects she’s falling in love. But Isaac has a secret that threatens their budding romance. Something dark and as magical as the tram that picks her up every morning and evening. Wh After moving house, lonely librarian Beth meets Isaac – a handsome man with timeless manners – on her way to work. Sharing the same antiquated tram day after day, the pair become close and Beth suspects she’s falling in love. But Isaac has a secret that threatens their budding romance. Something dark and as magical as the tram that picks her up every morning and evening. Why does he suddenly push her away? Does he really not care for her? How could she have got the signals so wrong? When Isaac and the tram go missing, Beth begins to discover the truth. But it might be too late… This audiobook is narrated by the author.

7 review for Catching the Last Tram - Audiobook

  1. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and all opinions expressed herein are my own. What a delightful surprise! This story is not a roller coaster ride where you sit on the edge of your seat with anxiety but it grips you nonetheless. As the story moves along your heart will leap with joy and break for Beth. The story is told from Beth's point of view. Beth, a librarian, is a well developed character who is kind, outwardly friendly, assertive, and very personable. It I received this book for free. I am voluntarily posting this review and all opinions expressed herein are my own. What a delightful surprise! This story is not a roller coaster ride where you sit on the edge of your seat with anxiety but it grips you nonetheless. As the story moves along your heart will leap with joy and break for Beth. The story is told from Beth's point of view. Beth, a librarian, is a well developed character who is kind, outwardly friendly, assertive, and very personable. It was fun to meet all the different passengers who rode the tram with Beth. She has insecurities when it comes to relationships and how to properly navigate them - especially when it comes to a possible romantic interest. She is so relatable. I felt myself rooting for her and wishing I could bolster her when she was feeling apprehensive about her situation. As the story progresses, it seems to be heading in a very ordinary direction - girl meets boy; girl likes boy; girl loses boy ... but that's just part of the story. About halfway through, the story takes an unexpected twist which turned everything you thought you knew on its ear and your off in a new direction but still on the same track - rooting for Beth and Isaac. Overall, this is a very enjoyable story which is well worth your time - highly recommend. I wasn't sure what to expect when I saw the author was the narrator. Normally I am not a big fan of authors who decide to narrate their own books. Narrating is an art and when done well, it will enhance a story. I needn't have worried. The author, Susan Holt, does a wonderful job. Her narration is expressive with the appropriate amount of emotional range. She has a slight accent from New Zealand which makes it all the more endearing. I felt that she embodied the voice of Beth as I had pictured her. There were no audio issues or extraneous noises.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Deedra

    Excellent book!I really enjoyed it! Narration by the author was fantastic!I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.' 

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Nordström

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Ballou

  5. 4 out of 5

    McPhaul M.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Susan Holt

  7. 5 out of 5

    Dante

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