When Henry Day is seven years old, he is kidnapped by ageless beings called changelings, who leave another child in Henry's place, a boy who will be his duplicate. Haunted by memories, both boys are driven to search for the keys to whom they once were before they switched places.
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by Keith Donohue
by Arthur Phillips
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by Rick Mofina
by Jake Smith
by Michel Basilieres
"Here is a book that adults can use to escape the day-to-day and be enveloped by a well-told tale. Mixing fantasy and reality, the story tells of changelings, creatures who inhabit the woods, who kidnap a human boy and replace him with one of their own. The readers, Andy Paris and Jeff Woodman (no pun, I presume), alternate throughout and create two worlds that are at times separate and at times interconnected. We never know whose voice is performing at any particular time, but they both do a fine job with pacing and diction. Their accents seem forced, though it is difficult to say for sure. After all, what does a changeling sound like? R.I.G. 2007 Audies Award Winner (c) AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine"
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