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Private Property

Narrated by: Shari Peele
Length: 7 hrs and 40 mins
Categories: Fiction, African-American
4 out of 5 stars (43 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to The Manors of Harrington Point; enter at your own risk. These mansions are home to the elite, the famous, the successful, and the eccentric. From the millionaire mega-pastor and his wife to the former child star turned porn star, this neighborhood is filled with old money, new money, and everything and everyone in between. The tale of what goes on behind these gates is as entertaining and unforgettable as the neighbors themselves. In the way that only she can, La Jill Hunt takes us on a wild ride with the residents of The Manors, giving listeners a glimpse of all the glitz, glam, and outrageous drama of their seemingly perfect lives.

©2019 La Jill Hunt (P)2019 Recorded Books

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  • L. Watson
  • Tallahassee, Florida United States
  • 08-11-19

Great story

I enjoyed this book did not want it to end, looking for more from LaJill Hunt.

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Very Interesting From Start to Finish

I can tell that there is going to be a sequel. The story can't just end like this. Though I found out who started the fire the question is why. So, I will anticipating the next book.

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Boring

I listen to the book for 6 chapters and the author is all over the place, it was too hard to follow the story and the narrator stay in the same tone the whole time, no excitement at all!!!!!!!!!!!!

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A Waste Of Time

UGH where do I start!!!??? This book was crap! A complete waste! Story dragged on about NOTHING then when it started to become a tad bit interesting the author chose thay point to make a poor attempt at a book 2 ! No honey! I will not waste more hours on this mess!!

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Not a book... simply a prologue

Put simply, this is not a book. There is no story arc, no climax, no character development, and no resolution. It is a prologue that introduces you to a bunch of characters then promptly ends. It is a cynical attempt to suck you into a series with providing you the literary value of its purchase price.

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Slow, boring, awful

Lacked direction, narrator was dry, characters were boring and unrelatable, no climax, slow and boring

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  • Jay
  • Yorktown, VA
  • 09-01-19

Good but predictable....

I loves me some LA Jill but this story was very predictable. I didn't appreciate the wait on how long it took to meet the characters. But with that being said, it was a good book. I will read the second one and any other book she writes.

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What did I just listen to?

Oh how I wish La Jill would’ve released the sequel to “Midlife Crisis” before she released this book. I honestly don’t know what I just listed to. It was all over the place.. With so many characters I felt like I should’ve started writing them down. The narrator did the best she could but I feel like it was just too many characters for her to keep up with, so we heard the same voice for men, women, children.. I just don’t understand why La Jill Hunt felt the need to write a book with damn near 15 man characters are beyond me but I’m doubtful I will be reading the sequel. It’s not a bad book but it’s just not that great to me either. Giving her 3 stars on the strength of it being La Jill Hunt.