The Mysterious Howling: The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, Book 1 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Mysterious Howling: The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, Book 1 by Maryrose Wood

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Of especially naughty children, it is sometimes said: "They must have been raised by wolves." The Incorrigible children actually were.




  • This book is absolutely amazing, and let me tell you, the performance is top-notch! The narrator truly brings the essence of the story to life. We were particularly impressed with how she portrayed Cassiopeia's voice - it was spot on!
  • When me and my kids hit the road or cruise around town, we like to jam out to audio books. I caught wind of this series on a podcast and decided to give it a go. Let me tell you, it did not disappoint! I was hooked from start to finish as I packed up my crib for a move. The story had me in stitches, and the narrator killed it. This one kept a grin plastered on my face and even had me cracking a few laughs. Now I can't wait to press play again and enjoy it with my little ones!
  • This book was adorable and a great introduction to a series. I wasn't a fan of the voices the narrator used, especially the one for Lady Constance. I'll probably opt to read the next two books instead of listening to them.
  • I haven't come across a book quite like this in a while, it's definitely one of the weirdest ones. The book summary captures all the important aspects and doesn't hold back. Sometimes you stumble upon a book that you feel everyone should read, but no matter how hard you try to explain it in an enticing way, it's just impossible. That's exactly how I feel about this book. It starts off a bit slow, as the first book in a series often does, setting the background and starting to build up anticipation. Overall, it's a solid book. The narration is top-notch, but hey, I'm a big fan of Kellgren. She's one of those narrators that you either adore or can't stand. If you're into strange and unconventional stories, or if you're already a fan of Kellgren, then I highly recommend giving this book a go.
  • This audiobook is like a mystery inspired by Mary Poppins, filled with the same hilarious moments found in Amelia Bedelia. The narrator does an amazing job, making it enjoyable for both children and those young at heart.