The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place: Book VI: The Long-Lost Home Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-09-28 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

"I was a little bit disappointed in this final book in the series. After dragging out the mysteries through the first five books, it all comes together in a rush in the last half of this one, and there were too many coincidences. It wasn't satisfying. However, it is still charming and funny and has some laugh-out-loud moments, and the Incorrigibles are endearing as always. I cracked up when they were told to "woofy up the baby" and Cassiopeia wonders "How woofish should we be? Maximium mayhem? Or just barky?" So cute!

Overall this series is delightful, and I heartily recommend it. I read the first book to my children back when it was published, and we added "awoo" on to our cats' names--nicknames that have endured these past 8 years.

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"It was bittersweet finishing this book, knowing it was the last installment to this amazing series. I read the first book when I was a kid, and every one that followed. The Long-Lost Home was an overall great ending to the series, and I'd love nothing more than a sequel, LOL! (view spoiler)" said.

"I read all the other books in this series when they were just coming out, and I was much younger, so personally I feel like these books were some of the most memorable that I enjoyed as a child. Since the last one only just came out, my dad wasn't reading them to me obviously - but I could still hear Edward Ashton's drawling tone and Lady Ashton's slightly drunk voice in my head as I read th

The Incorrigibles miss their governess, Penelope Lumley, after she is shipped away to Plinkst with the horrible Babushkawoos, and will do anything to get them back. Penny too is desperate to return home to her students - and will do just about anything to get back. In this hilariously written and enchanting book, the finale to the mysterious series, all the mysteries can finally be cleared, and maybe, secrets can be unraveled...
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I admit that I was a bit grumpy for a large part of this book, because I wanted my long-awaited ANSWERS and instead Wood spends more than half the book dealing with the cliffhanger from book 5. This was all objectively very entertaining, and when I reread it, I will inevitably like it much more, but I was impatient this go-round! But once things start to come together, I was on the edge of my seat, and was definitely satisfied with how things wrapped up (especially regarding squirrels). Very funny and adorable. A-.
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" A fantastic audio narration, and so sad that the original series narrator passed away. A great ending to a very special and adorable series. " said.

" 4.5 stars. The first half of the book could have been shortened, but the series as a whole was loved by my entire family! " said.

" I love this series, and this was a good ending that gave all the answers I had been wondering about. Also, the dedication that was read at the end of the book nearly made me cry. Such a good book! " said.

" A perfect ending to a perfect series. Love these. " said.

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