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Wentworth: The Fall Girl

Written by: Clare Sladden,James Vinson,Hannah Samuel
Narrated by: Libby Tanner,Kate Jenkinson,Bernard Curry,Contessa Treffone,Shari Sebbens,Miah Madden,Sophia Forrest,Rachael Tidd,Jake Speer
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  • Please note contains strong language, violence and adult content.

    From the makers of the award-winning TV series comes a new story following the women inmates of Wentworth Correctional Facility.

    Maddie, Scarlett and Anna are three 18-year-olds on the threshold of the rest of their lives. Or they will be, once they finish serving their sentences at  Mockridge Juvenile Centre. With release dates fast approaching, the girls are out of chances - one more altercation with the law and it’s adult prison.

    Forensic psychologist and former Wentworth staffer Bridget Westfall sees an opportunity to make a true and lasting change through the introduction of the ‘RAFT’ anti-recidivism program at Mockridge. Designed to allow juvenile offenders to experience adult prison under controlled conditions, in order to discourage them from reoffending, the three teen girls enter Wentworth Correctional Facility under Bridget’s watch. 48 hours later, only two come out alive.

    As tensions erupt into bloodshed, and loyalties are tested and corrupted, Bridget works to investigate the explosive series of events – and races against time to uncover the truth as to who’s responsible for the death of the young inmate and to ultimately prevent the past from repeating itself. 

    Written by Clare Sladden, James Vinson, Hannah Samuel. Directed by Claudia Pickering. Produced by FremantleMedia Australia.

    Performed by Libby Tanner, Kate Jenkinson, Bernard Curry, Contessa Treffone , Sophia Forrest, Miah Madden, Shari Sebbens, Rachael Tidd, and Jake Speer.

    ©2021 FremantleMedia and Australia Pty Ltd. (P)2021 Audible Australia Pty Ltd.
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Episodes
  • Ep 1: New Arrivals
    Jul 18 2021

    Bridget Westfall is approached by Maddie Blake, an emotionally damaged young woman who was one of the Mockridge Three - three juvenile offenders who went into Wentworth Prison as part of anti-recividism program where only two made it out alive. Maddie promises that there’s more to the story than what’s been reported, sparking Bridget’s own desire to uncover the truth. 

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    30 mins
  • Ep 2: Storm Clouds
    Jul 18 2021

    Anna convinces Maddie that if the prison psychologists hear about the desperate measures she’s taken to get out, she’ll be bundled off to Wentworth’s psych unit – so she swears Anna to secrecy. Tensions escalate between Anna and Scarlett, as Bridget digs deeper into fateful events. 

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    28 mins
  • Ep 3: Warpath
    Jul 18 2021

    Scarlett and Anna’s feud gets dangerous, as Anna uses Maddie’s attempt against her. A note dropped in the corridor sends Allie to the slot, leaving the girls on their own without a mentor. 

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    24 mins

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Fans of Wentworth don't want to miss this!

I'm a fan of the TV series and so naturally I gave this a listen to see what it's about. Overall fantastic story, amazing performance from all the cast members, in particular Libby Tanner, for a pure auditory experience. The story definitely embodies the Wentworth spirit in that there is violence and discussions of trauma and other heavy topics. Definitely worth a listen especially if you're a fan of the series.

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If you like the show!!

You’ll luv the audible… if you haven’t watched the show — get on it, it’s great!

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Trauma can criminalize

I liked the underlying message of the book and the performances rocked. I liked how the music was effective in creating atmosphere.

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Wow! This is so awesome!!

It starts out a little slow but somehow sucks you right in; deep.
Just the right amount of introspection and description.

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Heavy story, and worth it!

The pain in these childrens' lives hurts, and the struggle against the odds is so great. But it is worth it, isn't it?

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