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By Rose on 01-11-17
Soooooooo Cliche. Elementary Writing.
Reads as though written by a JR High student. Elementary, at best, writing style. Cliche characters. Dialog is banaI and uninspired. I can barely write this review, as I have lost IQ points from listening to this. No kidding.
I only made it through The Secret Letter, so don't know if the rest of the set is any good.
The poor narration, by Ramona Master, only made this worse. She sounded like a cross between Fargo and a Valley Girl. Very whiny tone.
I truly dislike writing such a negative review, but I dislike more wasting a credit.
This wasn't even a good beach or cleaning-the-house read.
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By Arris on 16-08-18
Uneven Collection at Best
if you'd like a consistent well edited storyline with well developed characters and a decent narrator skip the first three books altogether. The second series is fair to middling. And the last series was pretty decent but is sold as a box set all on it's own so be careful that you haven't already got those. All in all not worth the credit unless you just have one to waste.
By Erin on 21-04-18
terrible first narrator
The first narrator is painful to listen to with awkward pauses and an overall uncomfortable cadence. I was hopeful as I started that she wouldn't be farther than the first book, but she handled the entire first set. The following two narrators were ones I had listened to before and enjoyed. They definitely helped in redeeming the set, but the first narrator needed to be mentioned.
By Nana on 14-04-18
Keeps you interested from the beginning
Also keeps you guessing on the ending.
By Craig specht on 29-10-17
I enjoyed all three of these books, they kept me in suspense. the first two I really enjoyed more than the third one. it was good but I really like the first two. the narrators were good.