By

Read By

Napoleon Ryan, Heather Wilds

Length

8 hrs and 31 mins

Audiobook Review

Bricking It

Nick Spalding

Overall
Performance

Loving it

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Excellent, Unforgettable, Best of the nest

Very good, thoroughly enjoyed, 

Good, Solid, Enjoyed many aspects

STAR RATINGS GUIDE

THE BIRDICT

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💚 I have giggled my way through this entertaining story of home renovation numerous times. Put simply, it's fun. It's a lighthearted story of two likeable siblings and a cast of endearing, eccentric characters undertaking a property development project. Bosh.

🧡 I still laugh at the thought of Pat the Cow, a literal bovine whose presence in the plot shouldn't be nearly as funny as it is.

SQUAWKING THE TALK

🎧 Excellent narration. Just brilliant. Napoleon Ryan delivers a hyperbolic performance that was like upping the funny dial. This contrasted perfectly with Heather Wilds more straight-laced delivery.

SHALL I COMPARE THEE TO...​​

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Think Homes Under The Hammer interpreted as an awfully British comedy. Maybe performed by the cast of Outnumbered or Teachers.
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ABOUT

Bricking It

THE BLURB

When siblings Dan and Hayley Daley inherit their late grandmother's derelict Victorian farmhouse, it seems like a dream come true. All they have to do is fix the place up and sell it for a tidy profit!

Except - as anyone who has renovated an old house knows - things are never that easy.

The walls are rapidly crumbling around them, the architect is a certified lunatic, the budget is spiraling...and then there's the disturbingly intelligent cow to worry about.

On top of all this, the renovation is being featured on a daytime reality TV show, and as soon as Great Locations presenter Gerard O'Keefe catches sight of Hayley's first-floor balcony, he's determined to woo her out of her ban on romance, whether she wants him to or not.

Will Dan and Hayley survive and sell up? Or will the whole thing collapse on them like a ton of bricks?

From bestselling author Nick Spalding comes a hilarious tale of life, love, and dodgy plumbing.