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Publisher's Summary

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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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

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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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.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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  • QB
  • Wonderland
  • 03-06-18

Feels Unpolished!

It was difficult for me to get through the, the writer seems a bit all over the place. I like the concept but it was very unpolished and felts choppy. I have been really into witch series and this seems like it would be right down my alley and at a pretty good price.

Its not horrible but if is also no the best. I feel like it needs a rewrite and rework to make it feel more solid and complete.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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good read

I enjoyed it he kept me wanting to read it or listen to it or she say

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Performance problems

I enjoyed the story but was very glad I got the boxed set because some of the books ended on a huge cliffhanger.

Narration was definitely hit and miss. The first narrator had a British accent which was a bit off-putting because the story takes place in Massachusetts. The narrator for the final 3 books consistently mispronounced words, or overpronounced them. I found myself correcting her, out loud. It definitely took away from my enjoyment of the story.

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  • laura
  • United States
  • 03-25-18

slow start but worth finishing

At first the book was a little slow to grab muy attention but as each new story started the writing was so much better. Really enjoyed the last story. stick it through you the end.

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Good story

I enjoyed this box set for the story line. It kept my attention throughout. The narrative, well that was bit difficult. The 1st 1/2 of the set was read in a British accent. And not a refined accent. The second narrative was easier to listen to but MANY mispronounced words. Very annoying.

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Interesting

I loved it. Some parts were a little slow going. But I enjoyed it alot.

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Mispronunciation of sooo many words

The performance is rated low because the vast amount of mispronunciations was more than just a little irritating. Also, the first narrator gave vastly different tones of voice and accents to the characters than the subsequent narrator. I liked the first better, but that was for only the first 1 or 2 books in the box set.

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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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  • Sharon
  • 06-04-18

Good story but disappointing narration

One of the narrators is very monotone which detracts from the enjoyment of the book. Agree with other reviews that lots of words are mispronounced.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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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.

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • D. Dolenz
  • 05-20-18

Narrator ruins it

The stories are passable. But ugh! The narrators are horrendous. No vocal intonation not to mention pronouncing words incorrectly. Truly awful.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Teddy
  • 06-18-18

Not overly impressed by the narration or the story

The narrators mispronounce words all aver the place (for example, "runes" is a failry simple word but the first nartrator gets it wrong throughout) which is irritating adn discracting - as is the choice of a non-American to narrate a series that is full of American characters and set in America... Not such a good idea.

The second narrator, while American, is no better at pronunciation.

The basic premise of the story is failry good but the execution lacks a lot - especially in terms of continuity. Later scenes conflict with earlier details and, all in all, it seems disjointed and doesn't flow well. In fact, the lack of correct pronunciation seems to be the strongest thread of continuity.

I completely lost interest around chapeter nine of book four. It got to the point where I couldn't be bothered to listen any longer because I had lost all interest in what happened to the characters. I came to the realization that I'd zoned out of listening for several minutes while distracted by something on my computer screen, and that I really wasn't bothered by whether I'd missed anything critical to the story or not...

... Time to stop listening and find a book that is better written and narrated.

Teddy

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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.