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Daughters of the Moon, Volume 1 by Lynne Ewing
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Jan 10, 12

bookshelves: fantasy, kindle, library-ebook, library, young-adult
Read from January 01 to 10, 2012, read count: once is enough

Why was this not text-to-speech enabled? Maybe others don't find this to be a problem but I find I really need this feature to help me stay in the story beyond eye-strain.

The first book drew me in, in spite of my eyes. It was well written and characters well developed. But progressively through the three books the editing failed. In places, that lack of editing became very distracting and confusing as there were empty pages and continuity errors.

Even still the story kept me interested.

Now I really show my age... 14 year-olds out and about L.A. county, dressed for sex, with just each other as guides? Well, I guess there wouldn't be a story if there were actual parental units in their lives. I'm sure young girls eat this stuff up.

I will pass with the rest of the series, especially without text-to-speech.

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6.0% "Though this interests me, the text-to-speech is not enabled so reading it will be very slow--if I can get through it at all. :("
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