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People Who Knew Me

People Who Knew Me

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The first audio drama from the makers of Bad Sisters, People Who Knew Me is a 10-part series, written and directed by Daniella Isaacs, adapted from the book by Kim Hooper, starring Rosamund Pike (I Care A Lot, Gone Girl), Hugh Laurie (House, The Night Manager), Isabella Sermon (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Kyle Soller (Andor, Poldark), Alfred Enoch (Harry Potter), Daniella Isaacs (Fleabag, Ladhood), and Jessica Darrow (Encanto). Kafka continued that words can be wielded like a pickax to shatter the frozen sea in the reader’s mind. In addition to Pike, Laurie and Isaacs, the People Who Knew Me cast also includes Isabella Sermon (Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom), Kyle Soller ( Andor), Alfred Enoch ( Harry Potter) and Jessica Darrow ( Encanto). She’s difficult and sparky and sharp, she lets the anger flood out of her, she lays bare her feelings – oh, that support group meeting.

As other reviewers have said, it drew me in on the first page and held my interest all the way to the end. Resolved to tell her husband of the affair and to leave him for the father of her child, Emily’s plans are thwarted when the world is suddenly split open on 9/11. The Financial Times and its journalism are subject to a self-regulation regime under the FT Editorial Code of Practice.If you are the primary caregiving for a family member, you know that you sometimes need to attend to the.

Realising there might not be another opportunity, Connie and Claire embark on their road trip, stopping in New York to finally meet Drew. I'm a fan of the author's steady stream of deadpan, witty, microphone-dropping, yet utterly throwaway lines such as: “That’s good, I said, less than halfheartedly. Kim Hooper has written a story that will make her readers think about some very essential things in life. I am excited for people to hear what we've made – the wonderful thing about audio drama is that, when done well, it can feel like eavesdropping on very, very private conversation. The team behind People Who Knew Me is enormous: nine executive producers in all, seven people on dialogue.

Emily Morris uses 9/11 to fake her own death and run away to start a new life in California as Connie Prynne. Stars: 3-ish because Kim Hooper is clearly a talented author, but not enough to make me feel sympathy for Emily entirely towards the end.

Executive Produced by Sharon Horgan, Clelia Mountford, Faye Dorn, Kira Carstensen, Seicha Turnbull and Brenna Rae Eckerson.As for the weighty themes themselves, I admire the heroine’s recognition of her formidable selfishness amidst her outrage, enabling readers to decide for themselves where the line between selfishness and selflessness should be: “I avoided visiting. But history steps in on September 11, 2001, and claims 3,000 lives, among them Emily's newfound love. Long after each instalment, you'll find yourself reflecting on what Emily told you, on what she allowed you to know.

Absorbing, riveting and utterly realistic, this heartfelt debut novel had me turning the pages late into the night. The chance to voice a fantastic character and play her in her early twenties and in her early forties was seductive – and with a cast like this, too good to refuse. She will have to reacquaint her with her lies, her secrets, her selfish decisions – and ultimately, her ‘widowed’ husband.His brusque, focused style can sometimes feel pressing, but with a man such as Cave, whose honesty means he’s never ruffled, the results are great. We pick up the narrative 14 years later when Emily (who now goes by Connie Prynne) is given a breast cancer diagnosis. Their marriage deteriorates over time under the strain of caregiving, and Emily eventually begins seeing another man. Connie and Claire attend a cancer support session with Paul, which causes Connie to relive painful memories of her life in New York trying to balance her work life and unhappy marriage with being a care-giver to Drew's sick Mom. The first line, “People who knew me think I’m dead” grabbed me and kept me reading, cover to cover, in one sitting.



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