Such a Quiet Place is a psychological thriller that unfolds slowly and builds to an unexpected ending.
Hollow’s Edge is a quiet and idyllic neighbourhood. Everyone knows each other, spends time together, and trusts one another. That is until the fateful night that their neighbours Brandon and Fiona are murdered. One of their own, Ruby Fletcher, takes the fall for this murder and spends time in prison for it until her conviction is overturned. So where does Ruby head after her release. You guessed it. Right on back to Hollow’s Edge. She’s determined to out the actual killer of the Truetts. However it isn’t long before another tragedy hits the neighbourhood and nobody knows who to trust anymore.
The audio was nine and a half hours and narrated by Rebekkah Ross. I’ve listened to several books narrated by her and I always enjoy listening to her. She does a great job with this story. All in all I enjoyed Such a Quiet Place but I did find the beginning slow. It picked up for me in the later half and the ending was a twist I hadn’t expected and I always like that!