Below is my honest, unbiased review of The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington.
I was initially drawn to the storyline for The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington, which is why I decided to download and listen to it earlier this month. The Cuckoo's Cry opens with the start of the Covid pandemic... Imagine you're an elderly person living alone and you're lonely, when a compete stranger in need shows up on your front doorstep claiming to be a family member you never knew existed until that moment... The story this person gives you is credible and leaves no doubt in your mind that they are your long lost family member... And so begins the The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington.
I was hooked from the start with The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington. The storyline is engaging and so are the plot twists and the other characters as well. As a reader, one begins to have doubts during The Cuckoo's Cry whether or not the person who shows up is really a long lost relative or not due to some of the plot details... Plus, additional plot twists that add tension to the story, which make for interesting reading.
Listening time for The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington is 4 hours, 43 minutes.Below is a summary for The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington from Audible:
On the eve of the global lockdown, Don Barlow opens the door of his old beachside cottage to find a pretty girl with pink-tipped hair, claiming to have nowhere to go.I am giving The Cuckoo's Cry by Caroline Overington a rating of 3 stars out of 5 stars.
He allows her entry, and so begins a mystery set in unprecedented times: with the virus raging outside their home, the girl cannot be asked to leave, but what does he risk by having her stay?
Until my next post happy reading!