Recent Arrivals from Full Cast Audio

SFFaudio Recent Arrivals

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Into the Land of the Unicorns by Bruce CovilleInto the Land of the Unicorns
By Bruce Coville; Read by Bruce Coville and the Full Cast Family
4 CDs – 3 hours 45 minutes – [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Full Cast Audio
Published: 2009
ISBN: 9781934180839

Book 1 of The Unicorn Chronicles.

On a snowy night Cara and her grandmother are pursued into St. Christopher’s church by an unknown man. Clutching her grandmother’s mysterious amulet, and following the old woman’s instructions, Cara escapes their pursuer and falls into Luster, the world of the unicorns. Attacked by a monstrous little creature called a “delver”, Cara is rescued by a shambling, manlike beast called “the Dimblethum.” Soon Cara has also met a rebellious young unicorn named Lightfoot, and a ridiculous little creature known as “the Squijum.” With their help, Cara embarks on a journey across Luster to deliver a message from her grandmother to the queen of the unicorns. But to survive the trip, Cara must come face to face with her greatest hope, and her greatest fear.
River Secrets by Shannon HaleRiver Secrets
By Shannon Hale; Read by Mark Allen Holt and the Full Cast Family
8 CDs – 7 hours 30 minutes – [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Full Cast Audio
Published: 2009
ISBN: 9781934180211

Volume 3 of The Books of Bayern.

The war with Tira is over, and Tira has lost. But simmering anger remains, and hostilities could erupt at any moment In a desperate attempt to maintain the peace, King Geric sends an ambassador to the Tiran capitol. Razo—short, impish, and not at all skilled at combat—is astounded when he is selected to be part of the delegation’s military guard, and even more astounded when he discovers the real reason for his inclusion.

All too soon Razo is up to his eyeballs in a simmering mix of danger and intrigue—not to mention an unexpected romance. But as the gruesome deaths mount everyone is a suspect—even the girl who has stolen Razo’s heart.

Posted by Scott D. Danielson

Scott D.

Reviews Editor, SFFaudio

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