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The Cottage of Curiosities
- Pengelly Series, Book 2
- Narrated by: Annette Holland
- Length: 12 hrs and 3 mins
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Come home to 59 Memory Lane with a new novel from the Kindle top 10 best-selling author Celia Anderson!
Tucked away amongst the winding, cobbled streets of Pengelly, the old stone cottage on Memory Lane is full of secrets. Brimming with trinkets and treasures, there are thousands of stories hidden within its walls.
Fifty-four-year-old Grace Clarke arrives in Pengelly determined to uncover the secrets of her past. Standing outside the little cottage, she feels sure that the answers she craves lie inside. The truth about her mysterious long-lost mother and the even more mysterious gifts she was born with....
What the critics say
"Truly unique...unforgettable." (Woman’s Weekly)
"A brilliantly original and enchanting tale." (Sun)
"Wonderful characters make this a great read." (Good Housekeeping)
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- Annie Laflamme
A good story, nicely told
I like the premise of the story and thought it was unique. I found the story progressed at a good rate and kept me interested until the end. I was also happy with how it ended. The storyteller was more of a traditional narrator. It felt like she was reading the story and using different voices for each character, rather than voice acting the story. Sometimes an overly dramatic voice actor can get in the way of the story if the job is not done properly. But Annette Holland did a nice job and the story was always the focus. I would buy another story by this author, and this narrator.
- Misty D.
My favorite so far!
I have so enjoyed all the books by Ms. Anderson. I do believe this is my favorite. I'm hoping there's another to keep this story going.
- a reader
This could have been such a wonderful book. I thought the story line would be wonderful but
I seemed to skim over areas that should have been better developed. It’s was a struggle to finish. If it had been included I would have skipped it
Second book in a row that was a waste of a credit