She mispronounced the names of the majority of places mentioned in the book. Being from the south, it was distracting and annoying. It would have been helpful, if she had done a bit of research regarding the locations.
I read this story a couple years ago and loved it. I was excited that Pepper's books are finally starting to be recorded; however, the narration left a lot to be desired. I notice that quite a few words were mispronounced and that can get a bit distracting. Other than that, I enjoyed the book.
No. I love the story, but the narrator was one of the worst I have ever heard.
Monotone. I was used to the other narrator, so the change in voices of the characters was annoying. His southern accents were awful.
Yes, but I ended buying the Kindle edition because I couldn't listen to the narrator for long periods of time.
Bring back the other narrator. PLEASE!!
I dislike when narrators do not pronounce names properly. The narrator repeatedly mispronouced Gwinnett County. If you are going to pretend to be from a place, you have to say the names correctly.
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