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Audiobook Review

Rock Paper Scissors

Alice Feeney
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average rating is 5 out of 5
average rating is 5 out of 5

Excellent, Unforgettable, Best of the nest

Very good, thoroughly enjoyed, 

Good, Solid, Enjoyed many aspects


Thrilling and Creepy With A Killer Twist


🧡 A married couple spending the weekend in a remote house in the Scottish Highlands. If you think it sounds like the start of a horror film, you’re not far off. This is equal parts horror and thriller.

💚 There is a brilliant balance of a solid backstory of Adam and Amelia’s marriage on one hand and the sheer sinister creepiness of their current predicament. How did they get to that point? What changed? And what was rotten all along? Wanting answers to these questions drove me on.

💛 The twist is a bonus cherry on top of it all. It is so clever, so unexpected. And yet it hangs well with the rest of the story.

💜 I loved my first Alice Feeny listen, Sometimes I Lie and this was every bit as phenomenal. I’ve added His & Hers to my TBR.


🎧 Stephanie Racine and Richard Armitage are simply brilliant narrators. Expressive and authentic to my ears. Many reviewers were fairly critical of Racine’s performance. So I went back to check if I had missed something. I remain at a loss. Best thing to do is listen to the sample before buying. But if you've listened to other Alice Feeney books, you'll be familiar with Racine's work.

🎧 This is a full on listen that requires close attention. Lots of moving parts, characters and plot points you could miss if you drift off.


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Rock Paper Scissors


The instant New York Times best seller from the author of Sometimes I Lie.

Ten years of marriage.

Ten years of secrets.

An anniversary they’ll never forget.

Adam and Amelia are spending the weekend in the Scottish Highlands. The remote location is perfect for what they have planned.

But when their romantic trip takes a dark turn, they both start to wonder - can they trust the one they’re with?

Because every couple tells little white lies. Only for Adam and Amelia, the truth is far more dangerous.
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