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I love the entire series but this book is absolutely frustrating.
The first 2-3 hours of this book Bae is nothing but a whiney insecure little child. (yes a child and the narrator does not help her case)
You would think after seeing her and Landons relationship through Aunt Tilly's eyes she would be more confident, but nope she acts like immature child and falls back to her old self. She has no understanding of the importance of "Undercover work". She acts like an immature teenager pouting about the stupidest and most insignificant things, making a big deal out of something so small.
She then continues to drive everyone else insane and she then tries to pick a fight with other people.
This insane insecurity is 5 step backwards to her characters growth and its upsetting that she moved backwards in development rather then forwards.
It was hard getting through this book! Very disappointing.
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Where does Murder Most Witchy rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
At the very bottom due to the horrible narrator who reads only words and adds nothing
to the story!
What was one of the most memorable moments of Murder Most Witchy?
When McCarthy stopped speaking!
What didn’t you like about Hollis McCarthy’s performance?
Everything! No feelings, no variation between characters, just horrible!
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Neither! Just made me wish I read the book myself instead of having to listen to such a bad narrator.
Any additional comments?
PLEASE for the sake of your fans, get rid of McCarthy!