The Union Street Bakery: Union Street Bakery Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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Daisy McCrae's life is in tatters. She's lost her job, broken up with her boyfriend, and has been reduced to living in the attic above her family's store, the Union Street Bakery, while learning the business. Making things worse is the constant feeling of not being a "real" McCrae, since she was adopted as a child and has a less-than-perfect relationship with her two sisters. Then a long-standing elderly customer passes away, and for some reason she bequeaths to Daisy a journal dating back to the 1850s, written by a slave girl named Susie. As she reads, Daisy learns more about her family - and her own heritage - than she had ever imagined. Haunted by dreams of the young Susie, she is compelled to look further into the past of the town and her family.
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|Listening Length||11 hours and 37 minutes|
|Author||Mary Ellen Taylor|
|Audible.ca Release Date||August 25 2014|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #246,948 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#6,175 in Women Sleuth Mysteries
#7,182 in Cozy Culinary Mysteries
#8,045 in Women's Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
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The errors were made from one page to the next so there was really no excuse and it suggests that it was lazily written and not checked.
An example was when one of the characters placed an apron on a surface to protect a book that was being put down. In the next sentence the apron was being referred to as a towel. A silly error and one that I might have glossed over but it was one too many by chapter 5. I might return to the book at a layer date but to be honest I wasn't gripped enough by the characters to care how the story turned out.
This book has got some good reviews though so don't let my one put you off. We all have different literary tastes.
The characters are real and engaging.
Please could you find an editor/proof reader because the mistakes in the text and continuity take a lot of the pleasure out of these books.