Lizzie has always had bad luck. Losing her heart to her boss leads to her losing her job and with no money in the bank, Lizzie finds herself forced to move back home with her parents. Now in her nineties, Mrs Dallimore is also coming to terms with her situation. Old age is finally catching up with her. As they form the bond of unexpected friendship, Lizzie begins to realise that she's not the only person to attract bad luck, and that sometimes life has a way of surprising you...
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"Showcasing a well-tempered mix of American and English accents, Genevieve Swallow's narration richly portrays a woman's recounting her story of travel, love, and loss. After a hiccup in her love life, 32-year-old Lizzie Moran volunteers at a retirement home, where she befriends Mrs. Clarissa Dallimore, who inspires Lizzie with her life stories. Swallow's changing accents effectively represent Clarissa's changing speech as she moves from America to England. The tonal shifts in Swallow's narration accurately convey the age difference between the slower-speaking, wiser Clarissa and the fast-paced high tones of idealistic Lizzie, who becomes more grounded as time passes. Though there are some moments when the narration is a little overdramatic, Swallow's performance is warm and touching. M.F. © AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine"
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