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The Paradise Mystery

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: J. S. Fletcher

Narrated By: Various Readers

Publisher: LibriVox

Date: January 2011

Duration: 8 hours 41 minutes

Summary:

A quiet cathedral town in England, full of gossips and people who are not quite who they seem to be, is the setting for this murder mystery. (Summary by Gesine)

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  • Monica d

    Good story and easy listening, but the worst narrator ever. Specially the 22 chapter!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

  • Dawn D

    Enjoyable story keeps the listener engaged. Well written. Unexpected ending. A few of the narrators were different to follow - but overall well done.

  • Beth H

    Very good story. Like the others I did not like the multiple readers and listening to how this was a LibraBox book before each chapter. It was interesting to hear each person give their name, where they were from, and the date they recorded their chapter but overall too many interruptions to the story line.

  • Denise McClory

    The story was enjoyable to listen to.

  • Patricia Jacobsen

    I very much enjoyed this story. I didn't mind the different narrators.

  • Diane Coakley

    Good story.. But all the different accents and voices of the multi narrators took away from the listening enjoyment AND the story.. Quite disappointing to say the least. I have now downloaded the book on my iBooks. Makes sense now. I advise anyone else's to do the same.

  • Barbara Cameron

    Enjoyed the story. Didn't mind there were multiple voices but some were distracting. Looking forward to the next novel.

  • Francis Allcorn

    Like the listener before me, I too had problems with the different and various narrators. Some, in fact were awful but I did manage to stick it out to the end. The story was good enough to make it interesting and I did enjoy it, bad narration and all. Incidentally, I would never knowingly read or download any book that had more than a couple of narrators. This must have been one of the free ones.

  • kathy underwood

    I felt that the constant change of narrators lessened the ease of listening. Also, some of the narrators were less skilled, and had poor timing. I hope that I can find this book again. ( with greatly improved narration) I couldn't stand listening to it long enough to know if the book was a good/bad one. Sorry.

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