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The Lemon Tree Café Audiobook

The Lemon Tree Café

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Publisher's Summary

The Lemon Tree Café was originally published as a four-part serial. This is the complete story in one package.

A deliciously cosy story of family, friendship and a little dolce vita, perfect for fans of Milly Johnson, Trisha Ashley and Katie Fforde.

©2017 Cathy Bramley (P)2017 Random House Audiobooks

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    Lie Back & Listen 26/08/2017
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    "Pretty pointless..."

    This book is yet another disappointment from Cathy Bramley. The story seems to have been written just for the sake of it and although it does seem to be a sequel to 'The Plumberry School of Comfort Food' as several of the same characters are featured, the plot-line just plods on & on & on...it took until part 2 to actually explain something that was prior just alluded to, however I was so very bored by them that I actually did not care what what was happening/ had happened to the characters. The narration is dreadful and although it is the same narrator as 'The Plumberry School of Comfort Food' the main character has a completely different voice and accent now in 'The Lemon Tree Cafe' so there is no continuity. I wish I had not wasted a credit on this book and I will be contacting customer service to make a complaint as I have not even been able to listen to the end as it is so awfully dreary and pointless.
    Additionally some of the plot-line seems remarkably similar to Alexandra Brown's book 'The Great Village Show'.
    This is my last attempt to listen to a Cathy Bramley title if Colleen Prendergast continues to narrate the books as she has done fo the past 7 audio titles.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful
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    amber 08/09/2017
    amber 08/09/2017 Member Since 2016
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    "predicable and same characters too long now .."

    I so did not enjoy it !! I finished it because I did not want to waste my book credit used although feel I wasted it on this one ! it was so predictable all the way through . the characters are on going from previous books and it's boring now.... needs a new fresh story fresh characters. .sorry but I won't bother with the next one !

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    Busybuyer. 02/09/2017
    Busybuyer. 02/09/2017 Member Since 2017
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    "Really good read"

    This is my first audio book and I couldn't have chosen better. This book has it all and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I was gutted that it was over and I'll definitely be reading more from this author, it was right up my street!

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