The Troupe

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (18.10 hours)
Product Number: Z06057
Released: Dec 01, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781470332495
Narrator/s: Luis Moreno
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Best-selling author Robert Jackson Bennett has won widespread critical acclaim for his unique brand of darkly inventive fiction. In The Troupe, 16-year-old George Carole joins vaudeville in search of Heironomo Silenus, the man he believes to be his father. But what he discovers casts a dark pall over his world: Silenus' troupe hides a dangerous secret -- one that invites death to all in its vicinity.


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The Troupe
Product Number: BX00008505
Product Number:CS0005
Product Number:Z06057

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All formats/editions

Narrator(s): Luis Moreno
Product Number CS0005
Released: Nov 08, 2012
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781461839002
Product Number EB00280161
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Orbit
ISBN: #9780316192729

Professional reviews

"Robert Jackson Bennett is notable in the fantasy/horror genre. In THE TROUPE, we follow the progress of a young pianist, George, who is searching for his father in a troupe of vaudeville players. The novel moves quickly from a coming-of-age story to a metaphysical fantasy in which the vaudevillians must save the world from the forces of darkness. Narrator Luis Moreno succeeds in presenting this poetic nonsense (lost songs of creation, flesh-eating fairies, vengeful puppets, magic doors) as if it were spiritually meaningful. He uses his intensity and his expressive voice to make each character unique. George not only sounds youthful but we also hear both his arrogance and ignorance. For those who like "speculative fiction," listening to Moreno's production will be a pleasure. D.L.G. (c) AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine"

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