Aunt Crete's Emancipation

Written by:
Grace Livingston Hill
Narrated by:
Cori Samuel

Unabridged Audiobook

Ratings
Book
32
Narrator
16
Release Date
December 2016
Duration
2 hours 41 minutes
Summary
Aunt Lucretia — 'Crete' to her family — is a sweet, patient older woman, who lives with her narrow-minded sister and spoilt niece, acting as their unpaid and unappreciated domestic servant. When they leave town in order to avoid the unexpected visit of a "backwoods" cousin, she is left at home to welcome him. She's willing to love him whatever he's like, and he's looking for a home having lost his mother years before, so the two are ready to become fast friends. But what does that mean for Aunt Crete's prejudiced relatives and how can their wrongs against her be remedied? - Summary by Cori
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Shils

Good story,

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Ariel S.

all though it seems quaint and outdated I was fascinated by the unfolding of the story. Also peoples unattractive personalities. How to beware? A good lesson to all.The narrator must have experience in bringing to life the written word

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Anonymous

Good little story, teaching us that it pays to be considerate of all relatives and friends, for unexpected rewards may be waiting. One narrator, making it an enjoyable listen

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Anonymous

I loved this book! Great story, with a great moral! Grace Livingston Hill has become one of my favorite authors!

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