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I have been on a quest to revisit my childhood reading favorites. When I was a child, I loved the Babysitters Club books. I devoured them. I read those, along with the Super Specials, Mysteries, Little Sister books, etc. In fact, I still have all of them to this day in paperback. They were such a big part of my love of reading, I could not part with them. So now that they have come out on Audiobook, I had to check them out. As it turns out, I am not too old to enjoy The Baby-sitters Club. It kind of feels like going home again.

The Ghost at Dawn's House is book 9 in the Baby-sitters Club series. In this book, Dawn has been hearing noises behind her walls. She ends up finding a secret passage that leads from the barn to a secret door in her bedroom. This book was pretty blah. Obviously, it turns out that a person has been causing the noises and such, however, there are a few things that are unexplained and they are just left so we don't get closure.

This book is a fairly quick listen and is only 3 hours and 10 minutes. The narrator for this book talked very slowly. I had to speed it up significantly just to listen at what I consider to be a normal speed.

My love for these books and the nostalgia is still strong but definitely heading toward the downward slope. I will take a break to read another book or two and then come back to this series for book 10.

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I love secret passages.

This is one that I loved as a kid and enjoyed again.

It's funny and so true to how teenagers react to ghost stories. I like a good ghost mystery and I love secret passages.

I also really like the narrator's voice for Dawn. My favorite so far.

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Great Book!

I LOVE this book! Ann M Martin sure does have a way with words. I liked how the story went and it was a calming thing to listen to while I was drawing. Since quarantine, I have been listening to a lot of audible and It has been one thing that kept me sane. I suggest you start with the first book and progress through the series, don't read this one first!

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relive your childhood

Dawn takes center stage in the book and finds a Tunnel from the underground railroad. Jennifer Baratta