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Tony Wood

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Picked me up on page 1 and kept me enthralled.

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Reviewed: 04-01-2021

A great story well told and well narrated. Tell it so vividly it's likke watching a film

Great story great production

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Reviewed: 06-07-2019

Read the book, watched the TV series, now listened to a terrific reading of the book.
I love the story and will be immersing myself in it all over again.

An interesting insight

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Reviewed: 04-05-2019

An insight into the autism spectrum.
As well as being an engrossing novel in its own right it does highlight the trials and tribulations of those in society who are a little different.
I've loved all three of the Rosie books

The best one yet.

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Reviewed: 15-03-2019

I enjoyed all of this series so far but each is better than the last so I eagerly await book 6.

Brilliant!

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Reviewed: 26-11-2018

Can't wait to get into the next book. Another gripping book in the series with Lottie Parker.

One of the best

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Reviewed: 21-11-2018

Sir Terry had really hit his straps when he wrote this Discworld srory.
The characters have deprh, the plot has twists and the phrases and sentences have those little Pratchett twists that evoke his trademark humour.
Coupled with the masterful Stephen Briggs' storytelling I found the whole production spellbinding.

A fascinating story of West Australian history

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Reviewed: 21-10-2018

Took a little bit of getting into, but once the voyage started I was hooked.
The story is meaningful as I live in Western Australia and have visited the Batavia exhibit at Fremantle museum a few times.
All up it is a gripping story, and as well as being history it gives an insight into how one person can develop powerful control over a large group.

A great set of stories

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Reviewed: 02-02-2018

I always kept meaning to get round to reading these three classics, so was very pleased to see they had come to Audio.
The first (Jekyll and Hyde) was much deeper than I imagined.
Frankenstein had me pitying the monster and getting furious with the doctor for his lack of compassion.
But my favourite was Dracula.
Well read, well paced and a thoroughly rip-roaring yarn.
In short, a great set of stories well read and well produced.

Good story well read

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Reviewed: 11-01-2018

A couple of plot holes and a few extended periods of suspending belief but on the whole a well paced story.
I look forward to listening to the next in the series.

Great stories by a great reader

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Reviewed: 14-06-2017

Once more Neil Gaiman ahows his class both through his writing and his ability to make a story live theough his reading.