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The Golden Butterfly

Sprecher: Aysha Kala
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 36 Min.
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The Golden Butterfly danced in the air, beautiful and impossible, yet there before their eyes. Then The Magnificent Marko flicked his wand again. There was a shower of sparks, a bang and...The Golden Butterfly vanished.

It's 1897, and since The Magnificent Marko dramatically departed the stage, no magician has come close to performing a trick as spectacular as The Golden Butterfly. With her grandfather gone, Luciana feels that the world has lost its wonder. Then the imposing leader of the Grand Society of Magicians appears, searching for something belonging to Marko, and Luciana is drawn into a world of danger and deception. As she battles to protect her grandfather's greatest legacy, can she distinguish reality from illusion?

A dazzling tale of bravery and friendship in this fast-paced historical adventure.

©2019 Sharon Gosling (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Beautiful story and great reader

I loved this story from beginning to end. Aysha Kala is a great reader and it was a pleasure listening to her voice telling me this beautiful tale of magic, friendship, loss and growing up in a world that tells you you can’t succeed in the thing you’re best at. I loved Luciana’s defiance and refusal to give up even when the odds are stacked against her. How she’s able to overcome her fear for something she believes in, lives and ultimately decides she doesn’t want to live without even though she could have an easier and more comfortable life if she conformed to society’s expectations. I love the big and small twists and turns and the ultimately big message: in a world where people have to hide who they are, all it takes is a small flame and a handful of people to start fighting for what is right and to pass that message and opportunity on to others. You don’t let the bullies win without a fight. And who knows, maybe they aren’t as strong as they want you to believe. (Also, the friendship between Lucians and Charley is wonderful!)