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Title:
Free-Falling (MP3)
Written by:
Nicola Moriarty 
Read by:
Sophie Loughran 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
8 hours 27 minutes 
MP3 size:
367 MB 
Published:
October 01 2021 
Available Date:
October 01 2021 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781867573876 
Genres:
Fiction; Australian Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Literary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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From bestselling author Nicola Moriarty comes a beguiling tragic-romantic comedy – of heartbreak and heroism, grief and ghostly dreams.

The Fiancée – Belinda's life is in free-fall after the sudden death of her fiancé Andy. But then ghostly signs begin to appear which suggest he might not really be gone. And Belinda begins to tumble even further. Will his final parting gift be enough to save her? The Mother – Evelyn McGavin, Andy's mum, is also struggling. She copes with her sorrow by shoplifting (once), hating Belinda (constantly) and jumping out of a plane. In her skydiving instructor, Baz, she finds an unexpected friend. But why is he so agitated when he hears how Andy died? Two women, united in their loss, separated by their grief. And yet still linked in a most unexpected way ...

'Full of heartfelt moments and nicely conceived outcomes.'
West Weekend

'A wonderful book. I enjoyed reading it so much that I didn't want it to end!'
Deborah Rodriguez, author of The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul

'I was captivated by this novel.'
Book'd Out

'This is the debut novel by Nicola Moriarty – sister of bestselling authors Liane and Jaclyn Moriarty. Fellow Australian Sophie Loughran narrates this heartwarming, romantic story about a young woman whose fiancé is killed in a convenience store shooting. Loughran portrays the youthful, bereft Belinda in a high-pitched reedy voice, which conveys her grief, disillusionment, and resilience. Equally important to the story is Evelyn, the murdered man's mother, who has her own way of handling grief. Her voice is stronger, more mature and robust. There are lighter moments in the story, even some humorous ones, and, of course, happy endings all around.'
AudioFile Magazine