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I quite enjoyed this audiobook

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Reviewed: 13-02-20

I think the narrator did a great job with this story. She did the male pov/voice good aswell.

I love a forbidden love story and I liked the plot as well.

You can't relax for a minute

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Reviewed: 23-12-19

You need to keep attention to the story. To each point of view so you don't miss any piece of information. Paul Pilkington follows a similar recipe in his stories. And they work. All the different pov's, the juning in the time line. Never a boring minute.

Love the narrator. He does an amazing jobb bringing Long Gone to life

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Liked it

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Reviewed: 06-10-19

Whenever Tor Thom and Charley Ongel are narrating a book I just know I will like it. They work great together and brings the story to life.
This is a rather short story, but you got sass and humor, drama and suspense and not to forget a little bit of passion.

Lucinda did it again.

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Reviewed: 27-09-19

When I first listened to the sample of this audiobook I wasn't sure if I wanted to listen to this story. I wasn't sure if I liked the narrator enough, after all this audiobook is over 17h long.

But from experience, I know I had similar opinions about other Lucinda Riley audiobooks and then ending up loving them.
So I figured I could give it a try, and it happened again. I ended up loving this story and the narrator did an excellent job with this book.
Nicolette McKenzie was perfect to make Posy come to life.

The Butterfly Room takes you on a journey back in time to when WW2 raged over Europe and a litte innocent girl gets her life changed for ever.
Her safe haven hides secrets it will take a life time for her to learn.
Mixed with this, Lucinda Riley also take us through a journey where we follow Posie growing up, but also let us take part of how Posy and her family lives today in present time.

Lucinda Riley has a special talent to mix different time periods in her stories. I used to hate time jumping in stories so badly, but Lucinda makes it all feel so natural and captivating. Nail-biting at some times.

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Sigh...

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Reviewed: 08-03-19

Planning of going to Scotland and visit Edinburgh? Then I can recommend this audiobook. Thanks to this one I got the idea to Visit The real Mary King's Close. What an amazing adventure that was. Got to know the old history of Edinburgh. Even my kids found it interesting.

And Tor Thom, still amazing. Think this is the third or fourth time listening to this audiobook.
I'm also a big fan of Charley Ongel, but her Scottish accent isn't good at all. Other than that Loved it.

This book is funny and interesting.

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Funny and quirky

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4 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 16-12-18

"Tripping on a halo" by Alessandra Torre.
A little weird,silly, sweet, funny, sad, emotional with a happy ending. And as always, perfectly narrated by @tor_thom and Charley Ongel