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Summary

How do you cope with magic that goes its own way?

As a second year FBI academy witch, Agatha Blackmore has a certain reputation. After nearly blowing up the school, an untended mid-air incident involving the FBI director, and declaring war with the US Marines, she has to wonder if she will even see graduation.

But when a rash of mysterious disappearances catches the attention of local authorities Agatha finds herself asked to lend a hand to the investigation. Determined to offer protection where it is needed the most, Agatha and her quirky roommate Cat, along with her mini-unicorn familiar Fergus, attempt to unravel the mysteries of the four distinctly magical disappearances before time runs out.

Does Agatha have what it takes to be an agent? Or will everyone that crosses her end up eating chicken feed for the rest of their lives?

Conjuring Quantico is the first book in a brand new urban Fantasy by T. S. Paul.

As a direct sequel to Born a Witch...Drafted by the FBI, T. S. Paul returns with the first book of the Federal Witch Series!

©2017 TS Paul (P)2017 All Chaos Press

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The start of a goodish series

Good and interesting concept for a story. I enjoyed it a lot, despite the somewhat stilted narration and very poor editing quailty of the recording which suffered greatly from repeats and retries not being edited out

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good story bad quailty recording

agatha world is fun and intense with fregus providing comic entertainment.

the only issue is the quality of the recording - it changes volume and can be scrathcy at times

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  • Dan Manning
  • 28-04-17

Good listen except for the narrator.

good story funny at times. the narrator's Mic is bad cuts in and out keeps going up and down in volume if you can get past that it's a good listen.

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  • Emily
  • 24-04-17

Entertaining story, audio track needs editing

Would you try another book from T S Paul and/or Francis Alais?

From a different reader yes. The story line was well thought out and interesting. An altered version of history where the public is aware of the supernatural, but does not trust the authorities due to the past.

Would you be willing to try another one of Francis Alais’s performances?

No, the performance was not easy to listen to. The sound frequently changed volume, the reader repeated lines that were not edited out and would randomly use a different voice for a moment, not for a different character just for a line in the middle of one character's thought or exposition.

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  • John
  • 08-04-17

Sound/recording

The sound quality of this book is poor even with a high quality download. The readers voice echoing one line then not throughout the book. Not a bad story but

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  • Ocie Nelson
  • 22-03-17

Good Story Terrible Recording

The story was good but the recording was terrible. Narration was not the best but you forget about that listening to how horrible the recording is.

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  • Ronda M Drake
  • 09-03-17

poor narrator

PROS:
characters are very good.
plot line is very good.
This is a series that I would normally definitely follow.
I would have very much enjoyed this book, except I had a hard time finishing it.

CONS:
No consistency of each character's voice. A characters voice would sometimes change in the middle of a sentence. The acoustics changed often ; at times it sounded like a normal room then maybe in a barrel. And, the volume was inconsistent. Volume was worse the last 15 to 20 minutes changes up and down repeatedly in just a few words.

I would very much like to continue this series, but I won't with this narrator.

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  • pc
  • 17-07-18

Great story, poor narration

It's like the narrator hadn't read the story ahead of time. The tone of their voice is flat without a lot of tonal infection or variance of cadance. The only variety of any kind is a slight one between characters. However if they are in a conversation, it becomes difficult to tell who is talking. Quite frankly it made a good book mediocre

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  • Amazon Customer Curtis Wright.
  • 02-11-17

Interesting way to look at things.

Something really wonky with the sound on most of chapter 21.
Francis Alais the Narrator needs to work on voice differentiation for the characters also a bit choppy between some of the words.
Addendum:
listened again to this Audible book I think the problems that I incurred must be from the editors (or editor) of this audible production.
So I have since upgraded the over all book.
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  • Q
  • 26-10-17

Great story, bad narration

The narrator tries she really does but between the mistakes, duplicated lines, volume discrepancies, and the pitch of her voice the whole thing sounds pieced together badly with no equalization and like it was recorded in someone's closet or bathroom; so there was some irony in the studios name at the end.

I enjoyed the pace of the story and the story and characters themselves just really how the next book has a better narrator.

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  • Warren W. Stickney
  • 21-09-17

Audio quality is poor, story is great.

The audio quality varied, the Mike used has limited frequently response. I still like the characters and the story.

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  • Southern Bibliophile
  • 07-09-17

Sorry Narrator. ...but dang U Suck.

She reads like a middle schooler having 2 read her report in front of the class.

But the story is so freaking interesting! I only blame the author if he didn't listen 2 a sample of her work b4 hiring her.

And dang it.....yes I'll get the nex one bcause, again the story itself is entertaining.

if u've ever heard Davina Porter who reads the Outlander series , u'll better understand why I feel jipped with this narrator. Also hear Heather Wilds, who reads the Lady Darby Mysteries. ..awesome 4 both those females !

On the male side is Dick Hill who is the voice of Jack Reacher, Ray Porter for the Joe Ledger series, damn he's GOOD!