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Publisher's Summary

Best-selling cozy mystery author Alexandria Clarke brings you the complete collection of the highly-rated Witch Myth Christmas and Witch Myth Yew Hollow series. These stories have accumulated over 500 five-star reviews and have been boxed together for the first time! That's three complete series totaling nine books!

Witch Myth Christmas

When one of her first-grade students goes missing the day after Christmas, Noelle Summers becomes an honorary detective for the Yew Hollow Police Department to find him. With help of her two best friends and her cousin Morgan, Noelle discovers that an evil witch has plans to abduct all of the kids in town. Can she find her student in time to save him and the rest of Yew Hollow’s children?

Witch Myth Yew Hollow

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?

Witch Myth Wildfire

When a 16-year-old girl disappears from her hometown without a trace, stumping the local police force, the only person who has any hope of finding her is her older sister, Kennedy. The siblings share an otherworldly bond, which leads Kennedy to the peculiar, deserted town of Yew Hollow. Kennedy soon uncovers a coven of witches, a tragic secret, and something that she never knew about herself. When her number-one priority is her little sister’s safety, Kennedy’s decision to stay in or leave Yew Hollow is the hardest one she’ll ever make.

©2018 DBS Publishing LLC (P)2018 DBS Publishing LLC

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Mispronounciation

The Witch Myth stories are probably quite adequate for the genre, but I feel obliged to warn listeners that if you care about words being pronounced as they are intended don't read these.You have a choice - continuously stop and replay to see what should have been said or just let it go. All the Witch Myth narrators make mistakes - some much more frequently. Odd that no one edited the stories . I finally gave up on the collection .

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terrible narrators I tried! I wanted to like it

The narrator had no idea what the word she was reading were supposed to sound like.

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Pronounciation is atrocious in 3rd set

Changing narrator from American English in set 1 to British English in set 2 was bad enough...but switching to a Frenchwoman speaking American English was just NO. No...no...no!!! I literally stopped listening. It was ridiculous. No excuse for that. Trust me, you won’t be able to overlook it. The series was ok. Good value...but the last narrator just made it not worth it. Hurts me to review it like this, but it’s just the truth.

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Fair Story - Horrible Narrator

Where does Witch Myth Super Boxset rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

bout the bottom

What other book might you compare Witch Myth Super Boxset to and why?

any silly magic fiction fits in this category - mindless fiction for fun

Who would you have cast as narrator instead of the narrators?

anyone who can read

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

no - just listened - mindless fiction is just a good escape -

Any additional comments?

the narrator could not pronounce words - simple things like crocheting a blanket derailed the story because the narrator pronounced it crowshetting instead of crowshaying - so it became tedious to rewind and figure out what the story was doing because the words pinged the brain as being wrong and halted the flow of the story.

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  • qcathy
  • Queensland Australia
  • 07-20-18

not to bad

pretty good story, though the narrator mispronounced so many words and it was very annoying.

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Narrators

The narrators switched between books and there were so many mispronunciation of words it was aggravating.

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HORRIBLE narration

Good, fluffy fiction. First narrator is great, second one ok, but Elizabeth Lagalee (3rd narrator) cannot pronounce simple English words, which just ruins the experience of enjoying the book. Her constant mispronunciation becomes tedious and frustrating!

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Ugh! Pick a Narrator!

The stories are out of order. The best narrator is the first one. Either put the books in order, or just pick one narrator. This thing is just a hot mess!

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loved this set!!!!

Couldn't stop listening. loved these stories so much!! looking forward to more just like it.

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Set in New England

Born and brought up in New England, it is always fun to have a good story set in familiar territory. And while the stories are pretty good overall, it is disconcerting to have certain words or phrases either regionally mispronounced or have products within the story that would probably not be found within the geographic area. For example: unlikely to find funnel cakes at a carnival in New England. Fried dough, yes. Also, crayons are pronounced Cray-on, not Crayne, or something sounding like that. For me, regional differences make a difference to a story, having the ability to distract from the narration itself.

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  • john
  • 09-14-18

Bad speech, good story

This story is runied by the spoken errors, thay sound like snake's with sssss at nearly every word and also one doing a Welsh accent for a character who is from the USA.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-31-18

quirky but ok

If you can oberlook the changing narrators for each book and the mispronounced names then this is a good commute listen.