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Echoes of Alice

Narrated by: Nano Nagle
Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins
4 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Feisty Samantha (Sam) Wilson isn't allowing the closure of the village library to go unchallenged; it's just another blow to a community already in slow decay. When aspiring author Dominic Ross moves into the old schoolhouse, things begin to change. 

Sam thinks he'd make a great match for her childhood friend and single mom Anne. Dominic has other things on his mind. He wants to help Sam with the library, he's under pressure from his agent to come up with the goods, and he thinks his house is haunted. 

A gentle tale of friendship, romance, secrets, and rivalries - and things that go bump in the night!

©2019 Jerry Kennard (P)2019 Jerry Kennard

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Echoes of Alice

I enjoyed this one!A little bit spooky a bit of romance. Nano Nagle was the perfect narrator,as usual. I'd love to see what happens to these people! I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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  • Dee
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  • 04-01-19

Very interesting listen

This was a very interesting listen. The opening paragraphs dealt with the death of a much-loved spouse and while you think that would be off-putting, it was not. The sequence was very well-written.

The book progresses with the widower purchasing his deceased wife's childhood home in the small village where she grew up. It was a sweet, delicate story. With a ghost.

The narrator had a good voice and delivery. I hope I get to experience Nagle again!

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Not what I expected.

I thought this book would be darker based on the cover but it is not. I have to admit that I was disappointed but I listened to the audiobook. unfortunately, it did not really grab me as I hoped it would, I think it was partly to do with the relationship formed by the MC. I actually did not feel his attraction to his love interest. I could not understand why he picked her and I thought her friend was too forgiving.
however, I did like the fact it was based in England and the words used I could understand and brought back fond memories.
Others might enjoy it more than I did.

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interesting

a very gentle an interesting story I liked it a lot it was written very well and very enjoyable the narrator did a great job and overall it was a great listen

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Loss, Ghosts, Mystery and Moving On

Alice is the name of two main characters of the story..a wife who dies and a ghost.
Dominik and Alice are happily married when she suddenly dies. He is an author and moves to the small town Alice grew up in and bought the house where she was raised.
ann and Samantha are two women in the small town that are possible love interests for Dom, if he can move past Alices death.
Alice is also the name of the ghost some people see, and some do t.
Do is a guy who wants and needs a woman to tell him what to do.he still imagines his wife doing so.
The story is ok, just not ‘knock your socks’ off good
The narrator did a great job of differing voices and keeping the story going.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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this book was given to me for review.

struggled to finish.
did not like the way it was narrated.
will not recommend it