Acclaimed author Kate Thompson won both the Guardian Children's Book Prize and the Whitbread Children's Book of the Year Award for this enchanting novel. Irish teenager J.J. Liddy wishes he could provide his mother with her true birthday desire-the gift of more time. Everything seems to happen so fast in the modern world. Before long, J.J. finds himself in the land of the ever young, where the faeries teach him some amazing truths. "Thompson's nifty plotting mines a rich vein of Irish faerie lore and magic for thismeditation on the losses that modernization brings."-Publishers Weekly
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by Anne Cleeland
by Kate Thompson
by Felicity Hayes-McCoy
by James Joyce
by Janet Dailey
by Lisa Jackson
"Where does time go? This enchanting tale about losing and gaining time offers an interesting answer. In an Irish village, 15-year-old J.J. Liddy seeks the source of a time leak between the human and faerie worlds. Narrator Marcella Riordan effortlessly takes the listener from one land to another, beautifully fleshing out the range of characters with her lilting brogue. As music unifies the two worlds, the chapters are broken up by lively renditions of traditional Irish music, a fitting and pleasurable addition to the text. A celebration of culture and fantasy, this award-winning novel lends itself to the audio format as though it were meant to be. M.R.P. (c) AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine"
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