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Molly Moon's Hypnotic Time Travel Adventure

Autor: Georgia Byng
Sprecher: Clare Higgins
Spieldauer: 8 Std. und 54 Min.
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Molly Moon returns...and bumps into earlier versions of herself, four of them, to be exact, all kidnapped and transported back in time to nineteenth-century India by Molly's most fearsome nemesis yet, an insane maharaja. Molly foiled his plans once already, by stopping Primo Cell from becoming president of the United States. This time around, the maharaja is determined to alter the course of history. The only thing standing in his way is Molly and her brave pug, Petula.
©2005 Georgia Byng (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers

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"Can there ever be too many Molly Moons?" (Publishers Weekly)

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Engaging, wildly original story...

... including some deep reflections about the importance of love, friendships and moments of joy in shaping who we are. My son (12) and I have been working through the series together. This book is the third and best so far I think. The time travel aspect of this one does have the potential to tie your brain in knots — as the character Forrest expressed it, I think. Best let yourself be amused without without thinking about it too hard.
Higgin‘s performance was generally quite good, I thought. I was annoyed with one production decision: some of the chapter breaks are underlaid with hectic vocal music, which is only interesting once. The music extends too long into the new chapter, making the first sentence difficult to understand.