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Some duel with swords, others with ships. In love, however, they duel with hearts. When Sir Walter Elliot, secret admirer of the Navy, invites officers to visit his estate, what could be more natural than for his two daughters to find themselves in love? Elizabeth Elliot’s legendary, bitter pride clashes with Admiral Baldwin’s stubborn conceit until any hope of a match seems Some duel with swords, others with ships. In love, however, they duel with hearts. When Sir Walter Elliot, secret admirer of the Navy, invites officers to visit his estate, what could be more natural than for his two daughters to find themselves in love? Elizabeth Elliot’s legendary, bitter pride clashes with Admiral Baldwin’s stubborn conceit until any hope of a match seems impossible. They say love conquers all, but does it? All looks hopeful for Anne Elliot and the dashing Captain Wentworth, but when a cousin steps in and sets evil plans into motion, is their love enough to withstand the storm, or is it best to let the captain sail that ship… alone? Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing meets Jane Austen’s Persuasion in this story about trust, disappointment, and disguises.


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Some duel with swords, others with ships. In love, however, they duel with hearts. When Sir Walter Elliot, secret admirer of the Navy, invites officers to visit his estate, what could be more natural than for his two daughters to find themselves in love? Elizabeth Elliot’s legendary, bitter pride clashes with Admiral Baldwin’s stubborn conceit until any hope of a match seems Some duel with swords, others with ships. In love, however, they duel with hearts. When Sir Walter Elliot, secret admirer of the Navy, invites officers to visit his estate, what could be more natural than for his two daughters to find themselves in love? Elizabeth Elliot’s legendary, bitter pride clashes with Admiral Baldwin’s stubborn conceit until any hope of a match seems impossible. They say love conquers all, but does it? All looks hopeful for Anne Elliot and the dashing Captain Wentworth, but when a cousin steps in and sets evil plans into motion, is their love enough to withstand the storm, or is it best to let the captain sail that ship… alone? Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing meets Jane Austen’s Persuasion in this story about trust, disappointment, and disguises.

41 review for Much Ado About Persuasion

  1. 4 out of 5

    Grace Johnson

    Stars: 4.5 Synopsis: Shakespeare meets Austen when the Elliots of Kellynch are embroiled in a scheme of deception and revenge. The meek and gentle daughter Anne falls for the dashing Captain Wentworth, sharp-tongued Elizabeth clashes wits with Admiral Baldwin, and Mrs. Clay becomes a pawn in William Elliot’s dastardly plans when the beloved characters of Persuasion are matched with the intense plot of Much Ado About Nothing. What I Loved: I must confess, I’ve never read/watched Much Ado About Noth Stars: 4.5 Synopsis: Shakespeare meets Austen when the Elliots of Kellynch are embroiled in a scheme of deception and revenge. The meek and gentle daughter Anne falls for the dashing Captain Wentworth, sharp-tongued Elizabeth clashes wits with Admiral Baldwin, and Mrs. Clay becomes a pawn in William Elliot’s dastardly plans when the beloved characters of Persuasion are matched with the intense plot of Much Ado About Nothing. What I Loved: I must confess, I’ve never read/watched Much Ado About Nothing, so the entire plot of this novel was a mysterious adventure for me—and I quite enjoyed that. I was reunited with the characters of Persuasion (the first Austen novel I ever read, which I for the life of me cannot quite remember as well as I wish I could…), but their story was so much more different! In a good way, of course. I believe Austen and Shakespeare both would be pleased with how well Cornthwaite handled the elements of their stories! On that note, Cornthwaite did make Austen’s characters a little more vivid and black-and-white (which sounds like an oxymoron, but I simply mean that everyone’s motives and personalities were clearer than in Persuasion). I appreciated it, but naturally it meant that Austen’s intentions and themes were gone from the story. (So was Wentworth’s letter at the end...which was a HUGE heartbreak.) I absolutely loved seeing more of characters like Elizabeth, Mrs. Clay, Admiral Baldwin, etc.! Elizabeth and Baldwin quickly became my favorites, and their love story was so fun and sweet! (A little unrealistic and morally grey, but precious all the same.) Cornthwaite wrote their arcs perfectly and combined them with Much Ado’s plotline seamlessly! Not to mention the addition of the redemption themes, which was my favorite part. And the ending? Even without the letter, it was still fabulous—happy endings galore, y’all! And that last line? OMGOSH I SQUEALED YOU GUYS. Seriously. Cornthwaite needs to write a sequel, because she left this open for the PERFECT Austen mashup. I can’t even, you guys. Finally, we come to the writing. I was absolutely astounded by how Austen-esque the writing was in the first few chapters. Granted, it read more like Pride and Prejudice than it did Persuasion (Austen’s prose was significantly changed between the two), but I know Austen would’ve been proud. That said, it did start to take on a voice of its own as the story went on and it lost that Austen edge…but I still loved the writing and thought it fit the era perfectly! Since the story is written from the omniscient point-of-view, there was a lot of head-hopping—but it was written as it should be and was completely smooth; both immersive and narrative at the same time without being jarring! What I Didn’t Love: I really only have one qualm: the pacing. I felt like, in some ways, the story moved too fast and characters such as Anne were passed over. Now, it didn’t stick out until the ending—which was certainly rushed—and I didn’t mind getting deep into the characters of Elizabeth, Baldwin, Borlock, and Penelope, but after finishing the story, it was noticeable that the ending was rather abrupt (I needed an epilogue) and a few things were rushed up. Apart from that, I would’ve liked clearer faith content, but I do appreciate how the Christian elements in the story were authentic, subtle, and consistent to the original stories, in that neither Shakespeare’s nor Austen’s works were explicitly Christian. Long Story Short: This Shakespearean twist on a beloved Austen classic will leave readers hungry for more! Cornthwaite admirably meshed Persuasion’s characters with Much Ado About Nothing’s plot and crafted a well-written, well-developed, engaging story that did its inspirations justice! I would certainly recommend to lovers of Shakespeare and Austen alike, romance connoisseurs, Regency buffs, and his-fic fans; and I would love to read more in the future! Disclaimer: I received a review copy from the author through Celebrate Lit Publicity. All opinions expressed are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    This is a very clever, very well written mash-up of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Jane Austen's Persuasion. Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth fit well as Hero and Claudio. The author takes some artistic license in softening Elizabeth Elliot's character to match Beatrice and adds a new one, Admiral Baldwin, to fill Benedick's role. It's this pairing that dominates the book, though Anne and Wentworth's story necessarily receives lots of page space as well. Appropriately, the t This is a very clever, very well written mash-up of William Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and Jane Austen's Persuasion. Anne Elliot and Frederick Wentworth fit well as Hero and Claudio. The author takes some artistic license in softening Elizabeth Elliot's character to match Beatrice and adds a new one, Admiral Baldwin, to fill Benedick's role. It's this pairing that dominates the book, though Anne and Wentworth's story necessarily receives lots of page space as well. Appropriately, the title's "persuasion" refers to the tactic Mr. William Elliot and his valet, Borlock, use to get revenge on Wentworth. It's a different path to a broken engagement that more closely resembles Shakespeare than Austen. In this reimagining, Sir Walter is an unabashed admirer of the Royal Navy and its officers, believing his absence from their ranks is a great loss to the country. This does not change his usual obsession with his appearance and his inflated pride over his position in the aristocracy. As the book's Don Pedro, he hosts a group of officers at Kellynch (despite his worsening financial problems), which is where most of the book is set. Many in the group do visit Lyme, but only briefly, and the story quickly returns to Sir Walter's estate. The way Ms. Cornthwaite meshes elements of both stories is truly impressive. Mrs. Clay still sets her sights on Sir Walter, Lady Russell is still an influential friend to the family, Benwick still mopes over the death of his fiancee, Admiral Croft is still a sensible, happily married man (though Mrs. Croft stays off-page in this book), and Louisa Musgrove still acts foolishly. Wentworth's tendency to jump into action gets exploited here. The war of words between Elizabeth and Admiral Baldwin nicely rephrases Shakespeare's droll witticisms so they fit a Regency conversation. You do not have to be knowledgeable about either Shakespeare's play or Jane Austen's novel to enjoy this excellent book, though I would advise reading them first anyway. Foreknowledge of both storylines makes it rather fun to speculate where this book's plot might be headed! Content is clean.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sam H.

    Great rendition of Persuasion characters with Much Ado About Nothing. Very well done. I only had a a problem with Wentworth's horrible scene at the dinner in regards to Anne. That was hard to see her forgive him so easily for the horrible accusation and potential ruination of her reputation. Great rendition of Persuasion characters with Much Ado About Nothing. Very well done. I only had a a problem with Wentworth's horrible scene at the dinner in regards to Anne. That was hard to see her forgive him so easily for the horrible accusation and potential ruination of her reputation.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sophia

    When two powerhouse classics meet, a most interesting tale unfolds. I was all kinds of curious when I took a gander at the blurb for this latest release from an author who has captivated me with her writing in the past. Barbara Cornthwaite took my favorite stories from both authors and mashed them into an entertaining, clever bit of storytelling. My full review will post at The Reading Frenzy TBA

  5. 4 out of 5

    Becky Lewis

    “Regret is a loathsome burden to carry.” “Happy are the men that hear their detractions and can put them to mending.” Because I had not read Austin’s Persuasion and Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, I chose to find summaries of the plays to better understand what to expect from the novel Cornthwaite’s Much Ado about Persusaion. Once I had done that, I could better appreciate how Barbara Cornthwaite marries Much Ado about Nothing and Persuasion. I did not connect with the characters immediately “Regret is a loathsome burden to carry.” “Happy are the men that hear their detractions and can put them to mending.” Because I had not read Austin’s Persuasion and Shakespeare’s Much Ado about Nothing, I chose to find summaries of the plays to better understand what to expect from the novel Cornthwaite’s Much Ado about Persusaion. Once I had done that, I could better appreciate how Barbara Cornthwaite marries Much Ado about Nothing and Persuasion. I did not connect with the characters immediately. Slowly, as I became more acclimated to the antiquated language, I really began to enjoy the multiple storylines presented. A robust tale, with several relationships threatened, forming, or desired, it was at first difficult to keep all the characters straight. Happily, I found that continued reading rectified this problem. There were actually several times I laughed out loud. While the original tales are older and the language mimics that of earlier centuries, there were so many nuggets of truth that are applicable today! How I loved that! I underlined a great many quotes. Faith is included with appropriate Scripture quotes or even sermon snippets that fit right in to the fabric of the story. Nothing contrived there, which can be a tricky maneuver for an author. I recommend this novel for fans of Jane Austen and William Shakespeare. Other historical fiction lovers might also be enthralled with the story. I received a copy of the book from Celebrate Lit. No positive review was required, and all opinions are my own. Notable Quotables: “good people collect other good people around them.” Good birth is no guarantee of good character.” “Pride is a very empty comfort when you are alone.” “…the best thing would be to start off by praising her. Not something about her beauty, which might seem like mere flattery, but something about her character.”

  6. 4 out of 5

    Brittany

    This novel is a very clever retelling of the combined stories of Persuasion by Jane Austen and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. I have read Persuasion many times, but it has been years since I read Much Ado About Nothing. I though that the particular ways the author overlapped these stories made for a new story that made sense. The way the novel is written is very similar to the style of Jane Austen. The reader is told what is going on in the scene and what the thoughts are for the This novel is a very clever retelling of the combined stories of Persuasion by Jane Austen and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. I have read Persuasion many times, but it has been years since I read Much Ado About Nothing. I though that the particular ways the author overlapped these stories made for a new story that made sense. The way the novel is written is very similar to the style of Jane Austen. The reader is told what is going on in the scene and what the thoughts are for the characters. Points of view switch around mid chapter, which can sometimes get a bit confusing, but is also similar to the Austen novels I have read. This style does make it a bit harder for me to feel as if I am living the story, rather than just being an observer. That is how I felt with this novel. I enjoyed it, yet felt as if I was on the outside looking in. But, it was a clever tale and I am impressed with the way two famous stories were combined into something similar, yet new. (3.5 stars) I received a complimentary copy of this book, but read a copy through Kindle Unlimited instead. All opinions are my own. You can read this review on my blog: https://brittreadsfiction.wordpress.c...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Pamela Aidan

    Cornthwaite's mash-up of Shakespeare and Austin works! What a great idea!! Cornthwaite's mash-up of Shakespeare and Austin works! What a great idea!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Nyla

    Much Ado About Persuasion is a Christian historical, retelling of a mixture of two books. Author Barbara Cornthwaite has taken books by authors Jane Austen and William Shakespeare and blended them into one delightful story. The title might have given this away. This novel is a very imaginative retelling of the combined stories of Persuasion by Jane Austen and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. For me, the way the author overlapped these two stories made an interesting new tale. Both s Much Ado About Persuasion is a Christian historical, retelling of a mixture of two books. Author Barbara Cornthwaite has taken books by authors Jane Austen and William Shakespeare and blended them into one delightful story. The title might have given this away. This novel is a very imaginative retelling of the combined stories of Persuasion by Jane Austen and Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare. For me, the way the author overlapped these two stories made an interesting new tale. Both stories were twisted and shaped to become a new combined one. I enjoyed the writing style of the author. The language was period correct. Her characters were researched and loosely based on the originals. The way the novel is written reminds me of the style of Jane Austen. It took me a while to become invested in the story and characters. There are many different characters as well as storylines. It is not a book to read lightly. I needed to pay attention to get everything straight at first. Scripture and faith are included along with multiple timeless life lessons. I found clever humor in places and some emotional bits. All in all it is a nice book. Shakespeare and Austen fans will enjoy it. Readers that like the combination of two books made into one will, also. For me, I prefer my stories separate, but I do recommend this one. It gets a 4 out of 5 star rating. A copy was provided by Celebrate Lit, but these are my honest words.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    This is an author that I enjoy reading. She has great wit and makes her characters come to life before my eyes. I loved her mystery college professor series and knew that I would love this book too. Not just because I enjoy her writing but because I enjoy the classics as well and she’s rewriting and meshing two classics together in this book. I was not disappointed! You won’t be either. Let me know which is your favorite, Anne or Elizabeth. I think Elizabeth was mine though I loved the storyline This is an author that I enjoy reading. She has great wit and makes her characters come to life before my eyes. I loved her mystery college professor series and knew that I would love this book too. Not just because I enjoy her writing but because I enjoy the classics as well and she’s rewriting and meshing two classics together in this book. I was not disappointed! You won’t be either. Let me know which is your favorite, Anne or Elizabeth. I think Elizabeth was mine though I loved the storyline that Anne had as well. Both works get put together in this novel but it’s done in such a way that you really can’t tell unless you’re a fan of the two works used. It comes off with all the style and flair I have come to expect from this author but also reading as a regency novel. I highly recommend you read this novel. But also I find myself mildly jealous of the author as she lives in Ireland and it’s on the top of my to-visit places! I have voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from Celebrate Lit. All views expressed are only my honest opinion. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the FTC regulations.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deana Dick

    I may be one of the few readers who are not familiar with Jane Austen and her books. Oh I have heard of them but never taken the time to actually give one a try. I felt like I would be at a disadvantage reading this story but the author welcomes readers with an ease into the world where many are fascinated by everything related to this part of well known stories. It was entertaining to see how an author meshed two stories together and accomplish a journey with characters that I came to like. I k I may be one of the few readers who are not familiar with Jane Austen and her books. Oh I have heard of them but never taken the time to actually give one a try. I felt like I would be at a disadvantage reading this story but the author welcomes readers with an ease into the world where many are fascinated by everything related to this part of well known stories. It was entertaining to see how an author meshed two stories together and accomplish a journey with characters that I came to like. I kept thinking how prim and proper everyone seemed yet they each shared struggles along the way. I laughed when one of the women declared she would never marry. She did enjoy bantering with one particular man who for me made the story a bit more enticing. I loved the historical feel of the story with undertones of guilt, redemption and happiness all put together in a delightful story. After reading this book, I have given myself a challenge. I will be reading books that are based on this story and know that I will find an admiration for this time period and the characters which I want to follow. I received a copy of this book from Celebrate Lit. The review is my own opinion.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Katie

    To say I loved every bit of this classic literature remix would be the understatement of all time. Being a Jane Austen enthusiast, I was a little wary at first but our author took each character and developed them as beautifully as Austen herself. The mixture with Shakespeare’s classic tale flowed seamlessly together as if they were meant to be as one all along. The many layers to the plot keep you easily intrigued ready to see what happens next, and the redemption found with some of our even le To say I loved every bit of this classic literature remix would be the understatement of all time. Being a Jane Austen enthusiast, I was a little wary at first but our author took each character and developed them as beautifully as Austen herself. The mixture with Shakespeare’s classic tale flowed seamlessly together as if they were meant to be as one all along. The many layers to the plot keep you easily intrigued ready to see what happens next, and the redemption found with some of our even less likeable characters is very satisfying. The language and descriptions used transported me in time and place to be a part of the story. I can not recommend this fiction enough for those who enjoy classic fiction or are looking for an engaging historical fiction. I received a complimentary copy of this book, and all opinions given are entirely my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    If you like Jane Austin's book, then I think you will enjoy "Much Ado About Persuasion" by Barbara Cornthwaite. I myself am not a fan of her books but I did like and followed this story easily enough. This is a good retelling of two books written by two classics writers which I haven't read much of, I have read a few of Jane's Austin's books but none of Shakespeare’s books. Yes I have heard of Romeo and Juliet but haven't read it. This is a love story for those that likes romance. There is humor If you like Jane Austin's book, then I think you will enjoy "Much Ado About Persuasion" by Barbara Cornthwaite. I myself am not a fan of her books but I did like and followed this story easily enough. This is a good retelling of two books written by two classics writers which I haven't read much of, I have read a few of Jane's Austin's books but none of Shakespeare’s books. Yes I have heard of Romeo and Juliet but haven't read it. This is a love story for those that likes romance. There is humor, faith and quilt and all the emotions that readers like to read about in their books. I felt like I was just reading not actually watching the scenes unfold in the novel. But I still recommend it for readers who likes different styles of writting and retelling of classics. I was given a complementary copy by the author and Celebrate Lit and these opinions are my own.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Tina at Mommynificent

    This book is very well written as Barbara Cornthwaite is a fabulous writer in any genre. I think it will be very much appreciated by those who know both Persuasion and Much Ado about Nothing inside and out, which I unfortunately do not. I only have a passing acquaintance with each. That said, I was fully able to follow the story and enjoyed it; I just felt like I might be missing some insider stuff that would make others appreciate it even more. I especially enjoyed one of the side stories about This book is very well written as Barbara Cornthwaite is a fabulous writer in any genre. I think it will be very much appreciated by those who know both Persuasion and Much Ado about Nothing inside and out, which I unfortunately do not. I only have a passing acquaintance with each. That said, I was fully able to follow the story and enjoyed it; I just felt like I might be missing some insider stuff that would make others appreciate it even more. I especially enjoyed one of the side stories about a valet and one of the Elliot sisters' friends. I am a Cornthwaite fan because of her fantastic Christian cozy mysteries (The Wilkester Mysteries), and while I didn't enjoy this book as much as those, it was still an enjoyable read, and I believe those who love Jane Austen will really love this book. I received a complimentary early electronic copy of this book from the author.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Joan Douglass

    Barbara Cornthwaite has produced another thoroughly entertaining and enjoyable book, this time a mashup of Jane Austen's Persuasion and Much Ado About Nothing! If you are familiar with those works, you will enjoy how she has woven the two stories together, and if you are not familiar with those works, you will still enjoy the intricate weaving of plot lines and characters as well as the humor, wit, and thought-provoking character development. Cornthwaite's style is easy to read and engrossing. She Barbara Cornthwaite has produced another thoroughly entertaining and enjoyable book, this time a mashup of Jane Austen's Persuasion and Much Ado About Nothing! If you are familiar with those works, you will enjoy how she has woven the two stories together, and if you are not familiar with those works, you will still enjoy the intricate weaving of plot lines and characters as well as the humor, wit, and thought-provoking character development. Cornthwaite's style is easy to read and engrossing. She effortlessly draws you into the time period, and gets her details right. Reading this book was a truly delightful experience!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Marguerite Gray

    A much-needed venture into a Jane Austen-like plot with captains and admirals, fair maidens, and romance. Take a long walk or enjoy a good meal though strangled finances lurk ahead. In the fashion of the times, romance and clothing fade in and out. With two unwed daughters in the house, plotting and mischief hang about on everyone’s mind. Could the long house sojourn amount to changed lives—whether new love, healing heart, friendship, or adventure. The details in long paragraphs plop the reader in A much-needed venture into a Jane Austen-like plot with captains and admirals, fair maidens, and romance. Take a long walk or enjoy a good meal though strangled finances lurk ahead. In the fashion of the times, romance and clothing fade in and out. With two unwed daughters in the house, plotting and mischief hang about on everyone’s mind. Could the long house sojourn amount to changed lives—whether new love, healing heart, friendship, or adventure. The details in long paragraphs plop the reader in the era. Welcome to an entertaining foray into a simpler, yet surprisingly complicated, period. Bravo, Barbara Cornthwaite.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Miriam Jacob

    In this story about trust, disappointment, and disguises, Barbara Cornthwaite cleverly blends together Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing” and Jane Austen’s “Persuasion” into “Much Ado about Persuasion.” There are inspirational themes of guilt, wrongs, and finding redemption. It is a delightfully entertaining and most enjoyable book. Barbara has skillfully interwoven the two stories together with the intricate weaving of plot lines and characters. Humor and wit are lavishly interspersed in an In this story about trust, disappointment, and disguises, Barbara Cornthwaite cleverly blends together Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing” and Jane Austen’s “Persuasion” into “Much Ado about Persuasion.” There are inspirational themes of guilt, wrongs, and finding redemption. It is a delightfully entertaining and most enjoyable book. Barbara has skillfully interwoven the two stories together with the intricate weaving of plot lines and characters. Humor and wit are lavishly interspersed in an easy to read and engrossing style. I highly recommend this delightful book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    I have had the pleasure of reading Barbara Cornthwaite’s mysteries and was excited to have the opportunity to read her newest historical fiction, Much Ado About Persuasion. I thought it was a pretty good read. It was fun traveling back in time and taking this adventure with the characters. There were a few humorous scenes that kept me wanting to keep reading. A good, sweet and entertaining story that puts a spin to the tales from Shakespeare (Much Ado About Nothing) and Jane Austen (Persuasion). I have had the pleasure of reading Barbara Cornthwaite’s mysteries and was excited to have the opportunity to read her newest historical fiction, Much Ado About Persuasion. I thought it was a pretty good read. It was fun traveling back in time and taking this adventure with the characters. There were a few humorous scenes that kept me wanting to keep reading. A good, sweet and entertaining story that puts a spin to the tales from Shakespeare (Much Ado About Nothing) and Jane Austen (Persuasion). I am giving Much Ado About Persuasion four stars. I recommend it for readers who enjoy reading clean historical romance. I would be interested in reading more books by Barbara Cornthwaite in the future. I received a digital copy of Much Ado About Persuasion from the publisher, but was not required to write a positive review. This review is one hundred percent my own honest opinion.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Eliska

  19. 4 out of 5

    Marla Corvitti

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kirk

  21. 5 out of 5

    Deon

  22. 5 out of 5

    Pamela Mogen

  23. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia Roach

  24. 5 out of 5

    Emme

  25. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Cornthwaite

  26. 5 out of 5

    Elly

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kevin Rosero

  28. 4 out of 5

    Phyllis

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jenn

  30. 5 out of 5

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  31. 4 out of 5

    Lucinda

  32. 5 out of 5

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  33. 4 out of 5

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  34. 4 out of 5

    Maddy T.

  35. 5 out of 5

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  36. 5 out of 5

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  37. 5 out of 5

    Abigail Bok

  38. 4 out of 5

    Carole (in Canada)

  39. 4 out of 5

    Mary Lou

  40. 5 out of 5

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  41. 5 out of 5

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