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The Missing Sister

By: Lucinda Riley
Narrated by: Caroline Lennon
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Publisher's Summary

From the Sunday Times number-one best-selling author Lucinda Riley, The Missing Sister is the seventh instalment in the multimillion-copy epic series The Seven Sisters.

They’ll search the world to find her.

The six D’Aplièse sisters have each been on their own incredible journey to discover their heritage, but they still have one question left unanswered: who and where is the seventh sister?

They only have one clue - an image of a star-shaped emerald ring. The search to find the missing sister will take them across the globe - from New Zealand to Canada, England, France and Ireland - uniting them all in their mission to complete their family at last.

In doing so, they will slowly unearth a story of love, strength and sacrifice that began almost 100 years ago, as other brave young women risk everything to change the world around them.

The Missing Sister is the seventh instalment in Lucinda Riley’s multimillion copy epic series.

©2021 Lucinda Riley (P)2021 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Mangled representation of New Zealand

Well as a kiwi I have to warn you the NZ and Australian accents are just awful! Also lots of inaccuracies about NZ to have a laugh at.

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Whyyyy did you not get a New Zealand Narrator

2nd time listening to this series in preparation for the final book, and again, I am so gutted you did not use a New Zealand Narrator. Caroline is a great narrator but has used an Australian accent to do this book, and on my NZ ears, it's like nails on a chalkboard with all the missed wording. For our culture the 7 sisters have a whole different meaning here but would have tied in beautifully to this book

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Narration and Australianisms

The worst Kiwi accent I ever heard. Its just embarrassing. Also we don't put an O on the ends of words that Australians do. So the little sister wouldn't call her brother Jacko. Also we don't call our country NZ in conversation. So many other things we don't say like 'defo' or Sis etc etc ??? So cringey to listen to.

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Brilliant for the second time

Wow, all the things I missed listening to this again for the second time, due to the very very long time until Pa Salt had been written, now I am caught up again, and again even listening to the same stories twice, I enjoyed them as much if not more, than the first time I heard them, now finally PA SALT wow this is exciting, I can’t wait to hear how it all began, thow I do have a wee thought of how and why this might have played out through the 7 sisters stories, so here goes, and HUGE THANK YOU Lucinda, fir so much history, and love, and entertainment through Hour’s and hours of listening , I can’t wait the hear Pa Salts side of the story, so until then, see you at the end 🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

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It's long....

I was so excited to start this final chapter in the Seven Sisters. It started in New Zealand, my home, how wonderful! Unfortunately the NZ accent was not well done & it was definitely more of an Ozzie twang, however...
Then Lucinda passed away 😢, my condolences to her whanau (extended family/loved ones).
I read on.
Then I heard that all was not to be revealed in this book, oh no!
I read on.
Now this book is done, questions are answered, but more are raised. Please, please someone confirm that Pa Salt's story will be published in autumn 2022 as promised!

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not enjoyable

Well performed by narrators.
The story was annoying. Merry, the lead character, for someone that was supposedly very intelligent was rather shallow thinking.

I felt the story was way too far dragged out for far too long, especially since there was no definitive ending. To get the ending of this story I need to buy yet another book!

I may finish the story as I hate leaving things unfinished, but I'll wait until I can find it in a library- free of charge.

I feel quite agitated at the story.

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Great story Terrible Performance

Love all the Seven Sister stories but all of them have been terribly read. Appalling accents - they would be better not trying to do any accents at all and just read them in English.

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Enjoyed the Irish story

I usually enjoy the historical storylines the most, this was no exception. Piqued my interest for Irish history for sure.
Enjoyed the Irish voices in the narration a great deal.
Definitely didn’t for the Jack and Mary Kate characters. The Kiwi accent was way off and was very unpleasant to hear.
Mostly excellent though.

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Excellent story line.

Loved the story but as a kiwi cringed everytime Jack or Mary-Kate spoke. The accent was more Australian than the Australians!! A little more research on Maori pronunciation and N.Zed accent would have made it perfect!!

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a bit disappointing really

The stories about Ireland were riveting but the back story was meandering left me feeling flat

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