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By Chelle :o)) on 10-06-14
Painful to listen to
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Not a great read/listen the story is tired and the narrator is appalling, makes me wonder if she was in fact educated properly, it is truly amazing when she pronounced a word correctly, even common ones, hence my comment about education. So I would not recommend this to a friend or even to someone I didn't care for.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
That is part of the problem, most of the stories within the novel have been told often so nothing special in that case either, all very tired and no imagination. I hate to be so negative, but I really struggled to finish this book.
Would you be willing to try another one of Lucy-Jane Quinlan’s performances?
Do you think The Bookstore needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
Finishing this one was painful enough, a follow up could be torture, especially with the same narrator.
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By Katy Cameron on 07-12-14
Breathtakingly badly read
Would you try another book written by Deborah Meyler or narrated by Lucy-Jane Quinlan?
Apparently the narrator of this story is not familiar with reading books with 'big words' as she mispronounced so many that I was cringing. Really, if you're going to employ someone to read books aloud as a job, you should at least ensure they're actually able to do it competently!
Was The Bookstore worth the listening time?
As for the story, it was okay: nothing breathtaking or challenging, and you could see what was coming a mile off. Still, it whiled away the time whilst I was decorating, and I wasn't too upset if I couldn't hear it all the time, as I could pick right back up again wherever the tale had got to.
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