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Morgan Summers hates talking to ghosts, but when the victim of a ghastly murder asks her for help from beyond the grave, Morgan can't say no. Soon, Morgan herself is blamed for the murder, and the town is out for blood. Can Morgan clear her name, discover the real killer, and help her new ghostly friend cross over to the next life?

©2017 DBS PUBLISHING LLC (P)2017 DBS PUBLISHING LLC

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Made my ears bleed

The first 3 books made you like morgan and the second made you really dislike her. If they are good, why force people against their will. Then the storyline moves into Stockholm syndrome. The Story lines are not focused. Then there are two narrators. The second one made my ears bleed. Not only was her voice highly annoying, her monotone voice and apparent inability to pronounce words properly made the book seem a never ending torture. Spare you sanity and move on to something else.

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I suggest you skip this one

I went to a play once call a Pass-Along-Exercise. Where each playwright only had access to the act right before theirs. So that from beginning to end it seems incredibly disjointed. That’s how this felt. The characters we are introduced to at the beginning resemble nothing by how they end up. The (supposedly) single author seems to forget her own plot points through the storyline.
Also the changing of narrator mid way is always a distraction for me and the second narrator mispronounced words through the whole reading. Again, an item that takes me out of the story. It’s was as if she had heard words before or never seen them in print at perhaps as if she had been programmed with words without the correct pronunciation included in her programming. Overall not a great experience

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O...m...geeeeee. It's just that good

It's must read made even better with Audible. It's incredibly deep, action packed, well thought out, with several subplots that culminate into the one glorious ending. I can see myself revisiting this super boxset (Thanks, so much for that.) again in the future.

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Second narrator HORRIBLE

I love the first two books, the narrator did a great job giving each character their own personality. The second narrator was like listening to nails on a chalk board. Stopped the series, unbearable to listen to. Would not recommend the second narrator to anyone.

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Witch Myth Super Box set

I enjoyed the books, the author is worth following. The choice of narrators left much to be desired. The first narrator kept making me check to see if the books were set in the UK. The second narrator seems to need practice in reading aloud and pronunciation. Her reading made me go back and listen to passages over and over again to get the gist of a scene.

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At times the story seemed a little rushed.

At times the story seemed a little rushed. Overall I did enjoy these books. I would recommend to my friends.

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Wish I'd read the reviews first.

The first narrator had a cockney accent and dropped all her G's from the end of her words. I almost didn't make it through that one but persisted. Why a British accent in Massachusetts? The second narrator started out at a drone and improved as she went, but OMG the mispronunciations! I was ok with the story line so I tried to ignore the word butchering and hung in there. I really enjoyed the beginning of the fifth book but it ended up drrraaaggging along to a crappy ending. Had the series stopped there with a decent ending I would have maybe given another star. As it is I'm finally giving up. Crappy narration and too much bad juju in the later books was just too much.

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very good but needs more voice actors

loved it, loved it, loved it......but there could have been more people reading and they could stay with the charecter till the end the transition from the english/scotish to american voices was not a good transition

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Very unique story line! Kept my interest!

It was great to have the entire series at once, to continue the story. I travel a lot so this made it much easier for me.
The main characters were well crafted and I enjoyed getting to know them, watching their growth as they discovered their powers and strengths. Even the villains were told from their point of view and how they became evil.
The only caveat was the central character, the Yew Tree. Without giving any thing away, I think it should have been important throughout.
But if you're looking for an opportunity to escape into a new world, a place of great witches and fantasy, Yew Hollow is the place for you!

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  • Marily14
  • Aurora, CO, United States
  • 12-06-17

Their Town

I enjoyed reading the whole set of stories together this way. I don't usually buy the stories in one group but mainly choose stand alone books. I was a bit uncertain about the placement of a couple stories but they all meshed in the end. There was one thing that was a bit agrivating. The mispronounciation of words here and there, threw off the flow of ideas, or just bugged me. Just one of my pet peves. Fun story about a coven of related witches.

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  • Delana Ro
  • 11-04-17

Not impressed by narration

The narrator has a real problem pronouncing some English words, it's distracting when it happens.

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  • Drax17
  • 10-31-17

Wickedly good witches

The first 3 books focus on Morgan Summers, a witch who can see ghosts & her return to Yew Hollow & the drama that ensues. Including being accused of murder, being betrayed by potential love interest & her role in the family coven. The narrator for these 3 books was great. Couldn't help but fall in love with Morgan & her sisters.

The final 3 books focus on Gwenlyn, who was introduced in book 3 of Morgans stories & new sisters Kennedy & Nora. These 3 books were not as strong as 1-3. Book 4 picks up 10 years after book 3. It was good to see what had become of Morgan, but the story around Kennedy & Nora was not as strong & believable, couldn't quiet get as invested. The narrator for books 4-6 was not as good, specially when she was miss pronouncing words including Salem.....

I got the Kindle version for about AUS$1.45 & audible version which included discounted audio version. For the price was definitely worth a listen, specially books 1-3.