What is a Wyverary you ask? Doesn’t it sound like library? Read - The Girl who circumnavigated fairyland and find out the answer! Quite a tale indeed, narrated well by the author with quirky fun language that keeps your interest for the next quote! Here is a quote to remember - “When one is traveling, everything looks brighter and lovelier. That does not mean it IS brighter and lovelier; it just means that sweet, kindly home suffers in comparison to tarted-up foreign places with all their jewels on.” This is the first in the Fairyland series, order it today!
Do you like humor? Do you like horror? What about quirky characters, dark woods, sleepy English towns with a mysterious past? How about a character whose imaginary friend actually talks back, and grows up with her? And what's the deal with that Lynburn family--why won't anyone tell Kami anything other than to stay away from them? Find out in Unspoken by Sarah Rees Brennan. Request it here: http://bit.ly/1fWQd7M
Greek and Roman demigods from the Prophecy of Seven must work together to seal the Doors of Death, and help Percy and Annabeth escape the Underworld in the process.
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The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, by Maryrose Wood, is a delightful read on its own, but with the addition of Katherine Kellgren's narration, this story is taken to a magical land of snooty ladies, plucky governesses, and howling wolf-children. Kellgren uses different voices and accents for all the characters--her talent for dramatic reading kept me in my car, listening to the story, long after I had reached my destination. This is definitely one of my favorite audiobooks of all-time. (Plus, it's the first in a series! I've just started Book 3!!)
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