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Trick or Treat Audiobook

Trick or Treat

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Publisher's Summary

Amateur sleuth and baker extraordinaire Corinna Chapman is upstaged when the hot new bread chain, Best Fresh Bread, opens just down the street from her own bakery, Earthly Delights. Meanwhile Daniel's tall, blonde and gorgeous old friend is staying with him while she establishes a base and a business in Melbourne.

When Daniel starts making excuses, Corinna begins to worry about his absences and also the strange outbreak of madness which seems to be centred on Lonsdale Street. Will Corinna win through a maze of health regulations, missing boyfriends, sinister strangers, fraudulent companies, and back alley ambushes? Or will this be the end for the Earthly Delights Bakery?

©2007 Kerry Greenwood; (P)2007 Bolinda Audio

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    "Enjoyable, but narration could have been better."

    I really like this series and this was no exception. The story is fun and the characters are well written. The narration is okay, Louise Siversen has a pleasant enough voice, however there are annoying little habits that distract at times. For example there are often strange little pauses and loud gulps/swallowing sounds while she's reading. I also have to say that her foreign accents aren't always the best. Still, the book was thoroughly enjoyable and I will get the next in the series.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
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  • Sara
    Birmingham, AL, United States
    04/04/11
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    "Witches and Covens and Curses, oh my!"

    I can't seem to get enough of Kerry Greenwood. In the fourth Corinna Chapman book Halloween is in the air and the witches are gathering. Meroe is as nervous as a very cool cat in a room full of rocking chairs. She is a solitary Wicca by preference (and because she doesn't really like other witches). Now there are hundreds of witches flooding into Melbourne for the Samhaine rites. And one of the more eclectic covens is on a purely material treasure hunt that threatens the sanctity of the rites. In the spirit of the season there is also a sudden increase in the number of people going mad in town. Corinna encounters one well dressed man in her alley who thinks that his hands have fallen off. Much as she is shaken by this it is nothing to how she feels when a man jumps to his death from the building next door thinking he can fly. Corinna has other causes for anxiety as Daniel has a friend named George staying with him. He may have forgotten to mention that George is tall, blonde, long legged, and imminently female. And George really doesn’t like Corinna. There is also a new franchise bread shop right down the street from Earthly Delights with unbeatable prices, but no taste (on more levels than one). It’s going to be a difficult spring for or intrepid heroine, but there is bread to bake so Corinna can’t just lie abed and worry.

    4 of 4 people found this review helpful
  • Genevieve
    Ascot Vale, Australia
    03/06/13
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    "Another classic Corinna story"
    Who was your favorite character and why?

    I loved the Freegans! Such a good concept for the book.


    Any additional comments?

    I loved this book as much as the previous in the series. The characters continue to develop (including the cats!) and I love that Corinna hates Christmas....or does she?

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • S. Williams
    Nevada
    20/06/16
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    "Pronunciation counts."
    Would you consider the audio edition of Trick or Treat to be better than the print version?

    No. This is the worst of the recordings. (In a very relative way - it's still very very good.) Samhain is pronounced "SOW wen". And the narrator smacks and lisps excessively in this recording.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Trick or Treat?

    I'm awfully fond of Uncle Solly, even if he does smack when he talks.


    What did you like about the performance? What did you dislike?

    The narrator has too many of the characters "smacking" before they start talking. And the pronunciations of wiccan ceremonies are massively incorrect and irritating. She was trying too hard making "voices" for many characters. (smack smack smack. Sigh.)


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    I enjoyed the hostage standoff. Very unlikely but wouldn't it be nice if things turned out this way?


    Any additional comments?

    Pronunciation counts.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Yes, all 5 are mine!
    IL
    17/10/17
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    "Looking forward to hearing more about Korina"

    Overall I greatly enjoyed the story. The author weaves a fantastic tale that seems crazy until you get to the very end and all the puzzle pieces fit together. The reader was enjoyable but I had a hard time with the voice of tge character of Merowi. At the very very end, the background music is so distracting that it's hard to focus on anything and hear what they're actually trying to tell you. Many people probably ignore these pages but I like to know about the author and where the stories come from.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Deborah
    Quitman, GA, United States
    12/07/17
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    "All the woman does is eat, or describe food. Burp."
    Would you try another book from Kerry Greenwood and/or Louise Siversen?

    Probably not, on both counts


    How could the performance have been better?

    Not all strong women have voices like cartoon tough guys. Likewise, Greek women.


    Was Trick or Treat worth the listening time?

    No and I gave up with 3 + hours remaining


    Any additional comments?

    Literally, every scene has main character eating, rhapsodizing over food, or feeling hungry. I began to feel slightly nauseated. It is no wonder this woman weighs 100k; the only wonder is that it is only 100. She's a baker, ok, but bread is not a religion. Burp.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • RoHunDoc
    Virginia Beach, VA
    26/05/15
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    "Delightful story, wonderful 'reading'"

    I love the stories I love the simplicity I love the happy endings…

    I want more!

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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