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I really enjoyed this story and thought the narration was very well done.
Marley is still rattling around the afterlife in chains but he is given a chance to redeem himself, remove the chains and move on, If he can save a family about to implode. It is how he chooses to “save” them that will get you right in the heartstrings if you don’t at the very least gasp or shed a little tear you may not have a soul! Just kidding but really this one got me right in the feels but at the conclusion I was able to breathe again and applaud the author for his great storytelling!
I enjoyed J. Scott Bennett narration he is a new to me narrator who I would definitely listen to again his British accents were the best and I enjoyed his little girl voice his American accent could use a little work but I still enjoyed it overall.
This book is only 2 hours and 46 minutes but I was completely enthralled the entire time. I highly recommend this different little book. A great addition to your Christmas listening list!
**I received this book from the narrator for a fair and honest review**
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
In this take on Scrooge, Jacob Marley is still hanging around the house that was once owned by Ebenezer Scrooge in London. An American family is transferred to London for job reasons and move into the house. The daughter, a young girl, can see Marley and converse with him.
In the meantime, mom and dad are having marital problems of which the young lady is only too aware. She enjoins Marley to help her obtain the desire of her heart, which as it turns out is to get her parents back together and cease their fighting and become a family again.
Extreme requests require extreme measures, and Marley delivers.
The narration is excellent as well. I love Bennett's voice, especially his voice for Jacob Marley.
Set during the Christmas Season this is an wonderful holiday listen! I will be returning to it year after year.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I like the connections to the original book but not alot if it made sense at all. It seemed very predictable and not logical. Perhaps I need to listen to it a second time but the British chap who was the narrator made the American accent sound corny, at one point the characters openly declare they can't afford the house yet can afford a butler soon after.... This story was hard to follow because it just didn't follow logical sense. However it wasn't appalling, just wasn't great.