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Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham (Agatha Raisin #8) by M.C. Beaton

Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham (Agatha Raisin #8) by M.C. Beaton

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Agatha Raisin and the Wizard of Evesham by M.C. Beaton

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

So funny. You already know how invested I am in this series. I listened to the audiobook version, narrated by Penelope Keith, wonderful as always.

Always love the recap of the previous story. Not belabored, not tedious, but fresh and concise.

The Story
Hilarious and clever. I’m willing to go wherever Agatha goes at this point. It’s always going to be a good time, her and her curious ways, even when situations get dumb, obnoxious, or stupid. I just like listening and meandering along with it. To me, they get even funnier, especially this one with the allure of getting your hair dressed and the way the whole story unfolds is so relatable. The relevancy stands strong, whether time of time or pop culture.

Escapist reads for me, no matter what they are about or how silly they become, I just keep divulging in the series. And it’s rare that I’m attracted much less desiring to finish a series. This might be the longest running series I will ever finish aside from childhood Nancy Drew, Box Car Children, or The Baby Sitter’s Club. I’m amazed at myself that I’ve followed so far.

The Writing
The right amount of one-liners, succinct descriptions, hits the sweet spot and overall balance at the same time.

The series is like candy for me.

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