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As a mother of a teenage girl, this story struck a terrifying chord with me. S E Lynes creates such believable characters in Rosey, Toni and Bridget, I lived their story with them. The Pact has a truly compelling, complex plot with shocking twists, which meant I could barely force myself to stop listening. This is a fantastic book. Highly recommended!
I got about a third of the way through and just couldn't listen to any more! It sounds as though it has been written by a teenager, for a teenager. Predominantly using teenage language such as "deffo" . little actual action, just listening to a spoiled brat complaining that her mother doesn't let her do anything with her friends. Boring.
I think Tamsin Kennard is a really good narrator, but I couldn’t get past the teenage inflections, millennial-isms and otherwise maybe too authentic voice of Rosie. The plot seemed to go nowhere fast. I needed more to happen sooner. I couldn’t connect with the characters. This book was only so-so for me. I wouldn’t choose it again.
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it's a little slow to start but when it finally grabs u, you don't want to stop. awesome story about sisters and a daughter who take care of each other and what they all have gone thru and what they still face. the narration by Tamsin Kennard is very good. I definitely enjoyed this story.
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