Strands of Bronze and Gold

Strands of Bronze and Gold

Downloadable Audiobook - 2013
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The Bluebeard fairy tale retold. . . . When seventeen-year-old Sophia Petheram's beloved father dies, she receives an unexpected letter. An invitation--on fine ivory paper, in bold black handwriting--from the mysterious Monsieur Bernard de Cressac, her godfather. With no money and fewer options, Sophie accepts, leaving her humble childhood home for the astonishingly lavish Wyndriven Abbey, in the heart of Mississippi...
Publisher: New York : Listening Library, 2013
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780385361262
0385361262
Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 sound file (12 hr., 28 min., 02 sec.)) :,digital
Additional Contributors: Prennace, Caitlin

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nidofito
Nov 30, 2013

This one was a bit of a surprise for me. In the beginning, when Sophia would just go on and on about her clothes etc. I was like, "I can't believe I'm listening to this," and to be honest not much happens for most of the book but that's the beauty of it. You don't need out-of-this-world, crazy things happening all the time. What this book does very nicely is that it sets a slow place, explains everything in detail, so that you know the position in which each and every person within and outside the mansion is, and the BAM! right at the end all the action happens. Now, the action itself isn't too complicated or messy but that's fine. You expect that because it is a retelling of the Bluebeard tale, but let me tell you, you are so lost in the world of Sophia and her imprisonment in that mansion that you don't think of tale until it is staring at you in the face. I mean, at least that's what happened to me lol.

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