Unabridged CDs ? 12 CDs, 15 hours
An irresistible triumph of the imagination more than thirty years in the making, The Little Book is a breathtaking love story that spans generations, ranging from fin de sie?cle Vienna through the pivotal moments of the twentieth century.
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by Dale Peck
by Diana Gabaldon
by Gary Paulsen
by Ralph Fletcher
by Jean Craighead George
by S.E. Hinton
by Barbara Brooks Wallace
by Paul Zindel
by David Patneaude
by Theodore Taylor
"The amazement in Jeff Woodman's voice draws listeners into Wheeler Burden's chronological conundrum. In 1988, Wheeler experiences a dislocation in time due to a "catastrophic precipitating event." At the age of 47, and fully conscious of history's events, he is transported back to 1897 fin-de-sicle Vienna. The author's nineteenth-century diction is pitch-perfect, and Woodman's performance enhances it, smoothly creating the artistic, intellectual Austria of the period. As Wheeler ponders his plight--aware that he has the power to alter history--Woodman portrays his confusion, his excitement, and his dark humor. Wheeler tells his story to Sigmund Freud, meets Gustav Mahler and a youthful Hitler, romances the woman who will be his grandmother, and discovers that his family's "lives weave together in a fatal and continuous and repeating loop." Wonderful storytelling, wonderfully read. S.J.H. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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