The Garden of Promises and Lies: A Novel Free Audiobook Download by Paula Brackston

The Garden of Promises and Lies is a fantastic read that I highly recommend for anyone who appreciates a mystery that will make you think about your faith.

The Garden of Promises and Lies is a captivating novel that is set within the context of the Cambodian genocide. It tells the story of a woman's journey through grief and sorrow as she struggles to maintain her sanity while living in Cambodia. The book has many amazingly detailed scenes and descriptions.

Paula Brackston's novel begins with a backyard wedding. The story unfolds in the aftermath of the joyous occasion, as the couple is slowly and painfully torn apart over time. This is a gripping psychological thriller that will keep you listening to find out what happens next.

"We are not alone." A young girl's mother says these words. She has been working on the farm with her father and brother for as long as she can remember, but this time, things have changed.

The Garden of Promises and Lies is the story of a young woman pursuing the path she believes is right for her, only to be caught up in a web that has been spun around her. She devotes herself to being the best wife and mother she could be for her family, following all the rules because it's what she learns as a girl. They say you're never too old to change your mind but everyone around her is telling her no. It's easy to get caught up in The Garden of Promises and Lies when you follow the rules, which makes it all so hard to resist when they come looking.

The Garden of Promises and Lies is Paula Brackston's novel about a woman who has spent her life trying to please her family by turning bad situations into good ones. After she discovers that the source of all her trouble is a family-owned plantation, she resigns from her job and moves beyond the boundaries of what society defines as acceptable. The plot may seem like it is too simple for its own good but the book really does take an interesting twist at the end.

Published Date 2020-12-15
Duration 10 hours 34 minutes
Author Paula Brackston
Narrated Marisa Calin
(22 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Historical Fiction, Historical

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