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When young Billy mistakes the neighbor for a squirrel, he sets off a chain of events beyond his worst nightmares. Along with his reluctant sidekick, Billy will be forced to face a terrible evil hidden in their community for over 100 years. A humorous tale of horror and suspense.

©2012 Dustin Hurley (P)2013 Dustin Hurley

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  • Sarah W.
  • Fullerton, CA United States
  • 08-19-13

Very Entertaining

Where does Not Much to Do in Wellington rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Although this was a short story, I found it to be quite captivating. I thought that the narrator, Nick Sarando, did a fantastic job bringing the characters to life. He really pulled off narrating as a 15 year old boy better than most narrators could have. The story took some interesting and surprising turns. Kudos to the author, Dustin Hurley.

Have you listened to any of Nick Sarando’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This was the first book I have read that was narrated by Nick Sarando.

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  • Eve
  • Fullerton, CA, United States
  • 08-16-13

Well executed!

What was one of the most memorable moments of Not Much to Do in Wellington?

Nick Sarando as the narrator is terrific! I bought a second book because he is that good a narrator!!

What does Nick Sarando bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Characterization, rhythms and good-story-tension build.

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Great Narration!

Have you listened to any of Nick Sarando’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I have listened to Nick Sarando's other books, and he gets better and better with each book. He's able to transport you into whatever era/genre he's reading about.

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Very engaging! From the first paragraph to End.

Would you listen to Not Much to Do in Wellington again? Why?

This Guy sounds like a young Christian Slater

What was one of the most memorable moments of Not Much to Do in Wellington?

The boys interaction from crisis to mounting crisis

Which scene was your favorite?

Picturing the Old Man in his underwear and scaring the boys with his home made cocoa.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

there is a religious undertone and God's good characters defeating the evil. I really like that the hero was still forgiving and loving toward the anti character and acceptance of the need to squelch the bad that comes up in people every now and then and get back on the right path.

Any additional comments?

Great for children from 12 up and anyone else interested in light action comedies