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By Tanya on 10-08-15
Love Love Love
Would you listen to You Only Witch Once again? Why?
Yes. I love Amanda's characters and the voices bring them to life
What did you like best about this story?
I love the way the characters are able to give more depth to their storylines by going into the past. It provides answers to questions that were left from other books
Which scene was your favorite?
I do not have a favorite scene...love all of it
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
These stories are an small escape for me.
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By Kathie Bryant on 01-14-16
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
I have enjoyed the series, But the readers on the last 3 have been horrible. I am pretty forgiving, but this was brutal. I just keep reminding myself that they were short stories.
Would you be willing to try another one of D. Gaunt’s performances?
If this book were a movie would you go see it?
By Beachzoo on 10-12-15
Love the book but not the narrator
If you could sum up You Only Witch Once in three words, what would they be?
It was Fun!
Who was your favorite character and why?
Tilley she is a hoot!
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of D. Gaunt?
Any additional comments?
Love all this authors books, but just did not care for the narrator of the book. Sadly she made the harder to listen to.
By Amazon Customer on 10-01-15
Any additional comments?
Another great story about the Winchester Witches which consists of 3 sisters, their 3 daughters, and 1 great aunt.
This story is set at a summer camp when the cousins are teenagers and their moms and aunt are the councilors.
Every story about this group of women has a little mystery, a lot of humor, sarcasm, biting dialogue, great characters, and each is a stand alone...you don';t have to read the others, but you'll want too.
Aunt Tilly is always a hoot, causing trouble, being sneakie and putting spells on people, usually the cousins, but not this time.
The 3 cousins are different from each other with different abilities, and still trying to figure things out, but devoted to each other, and we get a glimpse of how it was for them growing up...especially Bay who talks to ghosts.
This is a short story which is great for when you don't have the time to devote to a full length book, but it still has all the charm and humor of the longer stories and has a sweet little surprise at the ending.
I love reading and listening to stories about the Winchester Witches and this is a nice addition.
By April Rogers-Krick on 09-29-15
Loved the Story!
Amanda M. Lee is a fantastic writer. Her snarky wit is fun and keeps your interest. I love the Witches of the Midwest series and the shorts are a wonderful addition. It is great to hear stories that involve supporting characters from the full length books. This time I had a hard time listening to this story. When I read it recently I enjoyed the story and had a great time with Bay, Clove, and Thistle as teens and getting to see the world from Winnie, Bay's mother, perspective was fun. The narration was disappointing. The narrater did a good job with the characters of Winnie, Detective Terry, Aunt Willa, and Landon. The remaining characters, which is a majority, were not good. They were high pitched and some sounded cartoony. This is just my opinion. You will have to listen for yourself. Even if you don't like the narration the story is really good and worth your time.