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ok so i love the ideas behind the story. But there is huge problems. the first one in the inconsistencies the main character learns something and then in the next book hears the information and its all new to her again. the last 2 chapters of book 2 are missing it jumps straight to book 3. devons car changes from a lotus to a mustang wothout and explination as well as molly never driving her car after the first time. I may just be nit picking it but it realy bothered me i have no idea how book 2 ended.
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The first book is great. The second book ends without actually finishing the the book. like I've actually read the 2nd book and I know how it ends, and the reader move on to the 3rd book without even finishing the 2nd book.
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What did you like most about The Chronicles of Kerrigan Box Set, Books 1 - 6?
even though the books were short,in total the story was well balanced and had depth to it, with some great characters
at times fast paced and full of action and others you delve deeper into the the characters and story line devepoment, but it is always entertaining and the longer you listened the more enthralling the story becomes
What other book might you compare The Chronicles of Kerrigan Box Set, Books 1 - 6 to, and why?
vampire academy is similar(with the obvious lack of vampires)
What about Sarah Ann Masse’s performance did you like?
ok dealing with the elephant in the room first!
some of sarah's accent's are horrendous! Molly is one of the main characters in the story and the welsh accent utterly abismal! if i had to guess i would say it's closer to a scottish pakistani than anything else and it took me a while to get my head around it, but if you ignore where she is meant to derive from and just listen to the story, she is totally adorable!
and in fact she is one of my favourite characters in the whole series.
other than accents Sarah does a wonderful job narrating, you dont have any problem deciding who is who when listening and her narration is very emotive which really pulls you deeper into the tale being told
I really enjoyed these stories and the adventures. The plots were a bit predictable and the heroine slightly one track minded but that is the way with young adult fiction.
I enjoyed these. My major gripe is that the narrator seemed to have no idea about how people from other countries sound. Molly as a case in point sounds like an L. A. Princess that has never been in the U.K.
And my lesser but glaringly evident gripe is, who in the world would drink espresso with sushi????
Fun summer read but don't expect too much.