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Black Heart

Black Heart by Holly Black. Read by Jesse Eisenberg. This is the final book in the Curse Workers series. Cassel Sharpe is still meeting with the Feds, who are trying to get him to sign up as a permanent part … Continue reading

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The Book of Three

The Book of Three by Lloyd Alexander. Read by James Langton. The Chronicles of Prydain were one of my favorites growing up.  I read and reread our paperback copies with their bright, folk-art inspired covers.  I found the zombie-like Cauldron … Continue reading

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The Night Circus

Happy International Talk Like a Pirate Day!  We celebrated with an author talk and a treasure hunt through downtown at my library this weekend… yay pirate fun! The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern.  Read by Jim Dale.  Really, this has … Continue reading

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Around the World in 80 Days

As I’ve been enjoying the recent steampunk literature, I realized that I’d never read many of what are now considered the Originals. I downloaded this audio version from the library website, and happily listened to it while washing dishes. Around … Continue reading

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The Wind in the Willows

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graham. Read by Jim Weiss. I have fond memories of my father reading this aloud to my siblings and me when we were children, but this was the first time I’d listened to … Continue reading

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Daughter of Smoke and Bone

Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor. Read by Khristine Hvam. “Once upon a time, an angel fell in love with a demon. It did not end well.” So begins this story, which has at its heart two relationships: … Continue reading

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The Unseen Guest

The Unseen Guest. The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place Book 3. by Maryrose Wood. Narrated by Katherine Kellgren. Young governess Penelope and her charges, the three Incorrigible Children, have only recently returned to Ashton place after the visit to London … Continue reading

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The Curse of Chalion

I first read this book over a decade ago, years before I started this blog. It’s been on my shelf ever since then, a gift from charles_midair and elaine_alina. I loved it then, and was just listened to it on … Continue reading

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Rabbit Ears

The boy and I had just finished listening to the harrowing tale told in Gregor and the Marks of Secret, so harrowing that I wasn’t up to listening to the next one right away. Meanwhile, the third Incorrigible Children of … Continue reading

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Young Fredle

Young Fredle by Cynthia Voigt. Read by Wendy Carter. Fredle is a young mouse who lives behind the walls of the kitchen of a farm house, also inhabited by Mr. and Mrs., Baby, two dogs and a cat. He and … Continue reading

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