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Reaching through The Knot Hole to past moments in time....

Taryn always wondered about how realistic her mothers’ tales were that she was told. They seemed like fantastic, creative, and fun adventures. Now with Taryn's mother gone, she will realize that her mother wasn't just telling stories....she was really living them. 

Time has passed and Taryn has uncovered the power of The Knot Hole and the travels that await her. The Knot Hole, The Passage, and The Muse - the three audiobooks in The Crossing Series - will take you on a romantic journey from many years past to the present. Some souls will return as they have come back in time to keep their love alive.

There are many exciting ventures for Taryn both in her own mind and soul. She will learn many elements of love and have guidance along the way. What she never thought she would find in an adventure was true love. Silas is the one who touched her from a past time period. 

He is truly unforgettable. 

Will Taryn have a second chance to be with Silas in her present lifetime?

©2014 Renee Lee Fisher (P)2018 Renee Lee Fisher

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  • Dawn Swanson-Peters
  • 15-02-19

not very good at all.

the narrator sounds like she did this in a bedroom and not a studio. the story is just slow and not entertaining. I stopped at chapter 2. not finishing and getting rid of the others in this series.

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  • Nicholette
  • 03-02-19

This audio recording needs to be edited

The story is interesting, but I keep getting distracted by the narrators second attempts and re-readings of lines.

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  • jennifer
  • 11-01-19

Tinny and abrasive!

Bad Recording and SLOW storyline. Could not get past the first hour. The sound grated on my nerves from the beginning and did not get any better.

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  • Christy
  • 04-01-19

UGH!

I could only stand to listen for 2 minutes. Horrible narration, hollow and tinny sounding!

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  • donnasanchez
  • 19-03-20

Recorded in a closet?

I’m so sorry, I really tried. The writing just plods and the narration doesn’t sound professional, both in the delivery and the the audio quality. I think Alexa could read it better, but that wouldn’t help the writing. Please consider using beta readers and an editor, and if you already are, fire them.

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  • Gail
  • 02-10-19

Story line good. Needs better audio

The story line of this book is good and intriguing. The narrator is good but the recording is not so good. There is a lot of echo, repeating, and things that should have caught before release. The narrator isn’t bad just needs better equipment and it needs to be audited better. The narrator at times sounds like she is in a cave. The narrator repeats herself and it’s obvious that she was doing a second take but didn’t remove the first take. Story is enjoyable but does flow smoothly due to the recording process.