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Robin Vernal and the Brownleaf Spring

The Danny Canterbury Tales, Book 3
Narrated by: Holly Holt
Length: 11 hrs and 45 mins
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"Yesterday was exactly the same, and tomorrow would be the same again. Surely there would never be an end. The blissful and vast sky of unblotted playfulness seemed to extend indefinitely. They were five years old, and the world was as young as they were."

A global search is underway for a missing child, stirring dark memories for Danny Canterbury. As hope begins to reawaken, can Danny uncover what really happened to his childhood friend - Robin Vernal?

Robin Vernal and the Brownleaf Spring uncovers a dark truth that hides behind Danny Canterbury's pain. In this arresting third installment of Dominic Jericho's coming-of-age saga, hope and despair intermingle until they face each other in a final confrontation where all bets are off.

©2018 Dominic Jericho (P)2018 Dominic Jericho

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Loved this book

I was given this audiobook by the author , free of charge, in exchange for an honest review .

Usually I'm not really into long books but this time I couldn't put down this book . The story was interesting .The narrator was OK and wasn't too fast like I read in other reviews , at least not for me . My only problem with this audio book was the fact the story going back and fourth to different time every now and then . Sometime it was confusing but somehow I managed to follow it. Highly recommended for those who love this genre ..

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Robin Vernal

I found this book very hard to keep up with.It goes back and forth in time and does reference past characters.I have not read the other two books.Holly Holt was a fair to good narrator.She got better with time.She read too fast.There were also editing issues such as repeated sentences and words.The idea of the story was good. I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Great twists

Going back and forth was a bit hard to understand but I was able to figure out what time frame we were in. The characters had great background, mystery line was good, and narrator was engaging. There was a few editing issues. But just a word repeated. Will recommend this book.

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  • Simon Gibson
  • 03-18-19

Past And Present Collide

Our central character, Danny Canterbury, is on vacation with friends trying to attract the attention of his new crush. We're treated to a rock festival in the UK before going to Rhodes, Greece. A drama is unfolding as a girl goes missing in Greece bringing back past memories of a similar incident in Danny's life. The writing involves the reader with great characterisation, interesting locations and a nicely paced, multilevel narrative. The voice of the narrator adds an additional dimension. An enjoyable listen.