This is a fabulous book. First the story of Juana the Mad, is great. It portrays her as she really was a victim of power hungry men. Was she mad? No! Just a victim of domestic violence. But you have to judge that for yourself. The narrator tone and clarity if fabulous. The only regret is I wish the author would have went more in depth of Juana life. I highly recommend this audio book.
I would recommend this book to anyone who follows the Last Apprentice stories. However I would warn them that the narrator really is awful.
When Alice describes the time she spent with Bony Lizzie.
No, nor will I.
My reaction was what direction will book 13 take?
This is a strange audiobook, and not really worth a credit. It is boring and dry at times.
This book is the first of the The Wardstone Chronicles, The Spook's Last Apprentice. The series intended for children 12 and up. However, adults may enjoy the series too. It is good book to curl up to, but a word of the wise...its scary. The narrator has great voice,tone, and clarity. The narrator and author whirl you through the life of 17th century Spook's Apprentice, as he rids the county of ghost, boggarts, and witches. The battle wages on "good versus evil." Great Book!!!!
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