Thursday, 27 May 2021

Review: The Street Party

The Street Party The Street Party by Claire Seeber
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I just don’t know which of my Goodreads shelves to add this too.
It wasn’t (in my humble opinion) a thriller. It wasn’t contemporary gee I don’t know what it was. I know how it was marketed but I don’t agree.

I listened to this on audio and found the beginning very slow to take off, even when it did take off it wasn’t really a noticeable event.

I don’t wish to be unkind but maybe the narrator didn’t do the story any favours either.

There were a mish mash of characters who if it weren’t for that Street Party would have been better separated by an ocean between them.

The voices and accents that the narrator pulled was the best bit for me (sorry!) as it made me giggle.

I don’t enjoy giving feedback such as this, and I rarely have to as I tend to choice my books wisely. On this occasion it didn’t work did it! The blurb sounded oh so good. Great cover too.

I loved The Stepmother and 24 hours by this author, sadly, not this one.

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