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A brand-new festive listen from Rosie Clarkes' best-selling Mulberry Lane series.

1949. Peggy and Able Ronoscki's seaside cafe in Devon is thriving, and their twins, Fay and Freddie, are growing up fast.

To pursue her daughter’s destiny, Fay must train in London, and Peggy is faced with a dilemma of moving the family back to London once more.

Meanwhile, Peggy’s elder daughter, Janet, has her own troubles. She fears her husband is having an affair and is desperately unhappy.

Peggy is torn two ways and can only hope that a reunion with her friends at Christmas can help resolve her problems. 

©2020 Rosie Clarke (P)2020 Boldwood Books

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not keen

I have enjoyed all of the stories up until this one. The reading put me off the book. Sorry Polly.

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Continuity and narration spoil it :(

loved the series but issues with narrators spoil the continuity and flow of the books! Good story though. Somewhat predictable but it didn't spoil the story. I can't understand how some characters suddenly sounded dull and dim! Others lost their west country accents.... strong women suddenly sounded flighty and wishy washy! Surely if you can't get the original narrator, the new narrator should listen to at least a few sections of previous books so as to get a feel for the existing characters! Shame as the actual stories where enjoyable... I did find myself exasperated at the poor pauses, disjointed sentences and lack of story telling... the shouty telephone conversations made me want to fast forward! Maybe I would have enjoyed it more if I'd read it rather than listened to it?!

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Another fantastic trip down Mulberry Lane.

I love Mulberry Lane and the various characters and this story did not disappoint. However, the narrator made listening to it increasingly difficult. All of the characters spoke exactly the same. Almost like they had some speech difficulties and had to pause between each word. It was hard to work out which character was speaking because of the monotone voice used and the same way of speaking. I'm pretty sure American Able didn't speak exactly like Cockney Tom. And I'm pretty sure cockney Tom would have had an actual cockney accent much like Able would have sounded American. The awful narration (only when voicing the characters....the other bits were narrated beautifully) was a real down side for me and by the end of the audiobook, I was so distracted by it I was struggling to focus on the story. The book itself is a 10/10 though and I'd definitely recommend!

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Really terrible narator

I just can’t listen any longer; I’ve got to chapter4 but the narator is so bad! Not only do some of voices she does sound ridiculous, one but she keeps pausing half way or just before the end of a sentence. It’s really difficult to listen to her, I’m sending this book back. I have listened to all the other books in this series but I just can’t continue with this one.

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