The Phantom Tower
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Listening Length 7 hours and 9 minutes
Author Keir Graff
Narrator Robbie Daymond
Whispersync for Voice Ready Release Date August 21, 2018
Publisher Listening Library
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
Best Sellers Rank #90,753 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#229 in Scary Stories for Children
#546 in Children's City Life Books
#761 in Family Life Fiction for Children

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Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Parallel Dimensional Romp — Scary, Funny, and Beautiful
By Shaun L. Case on January 31, 2019
Every good fairy tale (or story) has to have certain things: a hero, or heroine, a princess, and a monster. Or at least a person who has been transformed into a monster by a magical being, but is still half-a-person. It also needs a setting; a beach, castle, body of water, or an entire city, and it definitely, in my opinion, needs at least one ghost. The ghost can be a bittersweet memory of a loved one, an idea that never saw the light of day, or the real ghost of an unfortunate person. The last thing it needs is a thing of a beauty. This could be a hauntingly gorgeous image of extraordinary wonder, brilliant bits of writing, solid plot twists, or the ingenuous use of an arcane language or ancestral custom. Oh, and of course there is usually a moral tale or informative life lesson in the epilogue of the story. If not, then there is a surprise, the crown in the piece of cake.

This book has all of these things, and sometimes they arrive in pairs or multitudes.

If you are into architecture, zany kids, slapstick comedy, lost loves, Neil Gaiman, intrigue and suspense, strange yet typical cats, laughing out loud while reading, Italo Calvino, fond memories of other phantom towers from ancient or recent history, Diana Wynne Jones, and can handle the two realities that come with any Harry Potter book: first, knowing that midway through the book, you are going to start reading a chapter and will most likely be up reading the rest of the book until well past anyone’s proper bedtime, hoping to finish the WHOLE story, unable to put it down or sleep or do anything else, because you know the nail-biting, twisting ending is going to be so very excellent, AND second, that you will insist that your entire family read the book, and you cannot possibly tell them ANYTHING about it before they do — then this book is for you!
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