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The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear Audiobook

The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear

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The journey into adulthood is stranger than she expects. Graduation from community college isn't the magic elixir Hetty Locklear counts on for becoming an adult. Her parents, who work the Renaissance fair circuit, insist she spend part of the summer with them. Hetty doubts pretending to live in the Middle Ages will help her find her way. To make it worse, an entity haunts her at her dead-end job, warning her of a dangerous man she doesn't know. The ghost leads her to a lover who has a lot of secrets. He pulls her farther into peril and into a strange, hidden world of genetic experimentation. New Adult contemporary fantasy with a contemporary sci-fi twist. Some mature content.

©2012 Mary Pax-Shipley (P)2013 Mary Pax-Shipley

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    karina Larson 11-08-14
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    What made the experience of listening to The Renaissance of Hetty Locklear the most enjoyable?

    The only enjoyable part was the story. I hated the robotic audio, it sounded like she was talking into a plastic cup.


    What three words best describe Kristie Ann Foss’s performance?

    Annoying, trying, robotic


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    No


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    The story was good, i got into after overcoming the robotic sound. The print would probably be a lot better.

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