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The Tribulations of Ned Summers

Narrated by: Chris Ciulla
Series: Middle Falls Time Travel, Book 9
Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (61 ratings)

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A young woman is murdered in Middle Falls, Oregon in 1952. The police never make an arrest, but the town convicts Ned Summers of the crime anyway. He banishes himself to a small house in the woods where he lives alone for the rest of his life. 

When he dies, he opens his eyes back in 1952, just a few days before the murder occurred. 

Can Ned Summers stop the murder and save his friend? 

Includes a special bonus note read by the author.

©2019 Shawn Inmon (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Another great book in the middle falls series

You could read this one without having read the others. Its very much a stand alone story. Some of the others are linked to earlier stories and you would be missing information. There is a character that you might not understand not having read the others but overall you can read this first if you want. The best course of action though is always to start at the beginning. I really enjoyed this book and well worth the read.

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Ned Summers

The ninth book in the series is another winner for Shawn Inmon. Finished it in one day and can’t wait for the next one. Keep them coming Mr. Inmon.

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Just Meh

Wasn't really a fan of this one. The narrator was really good, but the story didn't stand out like a few of the others in this series.

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Thoughtful

Loved this story, I felt for Ned and with Ned on this journey, just as with all Shawn’s characters. Great listen!

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Excellent Narration, Light Story

While I love every book in this series, and will eagerly anticipate many more, it must be said that this book is the lightweight of the series, most likely written quickly without as much forethought as the others. Still I gave it 5 stars because I love how Inmon writes and I am always entertained. However, take your time, Shawn, and add more depth and dimension to the next one. We can wait.

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Back on track

This is better than his last book but not as good as some of the first ones. Is he beating a dead horse?

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