Only the four children can save the twilight world of Elidor, by guarding four strange treasures - a street-map, a deserted demolition site, a football and a ruined church. But gradually the powers of evil start to invade the quiet Manchester suburbs. By the author of "The Owl Service".
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Alan Garner was born in Cheshire, where he still lives today. His first book --The Weirdstone of Brisingamen -- was published in 1960.From AudioFile:
When the four Watson children go into a ruined church in a deserted neighborhood in Manchester, England, they enter the strange world of Elidor, a land being overrun by an evil power. The children reluctantly become the guardians of Elidor's treasures--a sword, a stone, a spear, and a cauldron--and return with them to their twentieth-century world. Now the Watsons, as well as Elidor, are threatened. Garard Green, a seasoned audiobook narrator, gives the children convincing childlike voices and varies tone and phrasing to effectively communicate their emotions, as well as their words. As the Watsons courageously fight off the evil that so relentlessly pursues them, Green makes the unbelievable seem all too believable, wrapping the listener in the magical, sinister atmosphere of Garner's well-crafted fantasy. C.R.A. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Henry Z. Walck, 1965. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110001842021