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Finn's not at all sure about the Salt House. Overlooking Westwater Bay, it brings back all her nightmare fears of drowning. Of the ghosts of the dead reaching for her. And Westwater is dangerous. Countless seafarers have drowned here, their ships lost - broken on the vicious Viper Rocks. Lured by the wrecker's false lights, summoned by the dark enchantments of cunning men - masters of storms and tides. Or so the legends say.
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Sinister introductory music sets the tone for a story that combines sea legends, ghosts, and prescient nightmares. The story of Finn and her summer by the sea is rendered an edge-of-your-seat tale by the vocal dexterity of narrator Shirley Barthelmie. Barthelmie's characterizations move deftly from English to Welsh accents, reflecting the interplay of the two main characters, Finn and Mike, as well as the seaside locals. Her depiction of Finn's fear upon waking from terrifying dreams adds beautifully to the eerie atmosphere of this story. At times spine-tingling, this tale gives way to an endearing example of first love and adolescent growth in Barthelmie's capable narration. M.R.P. © AudioFile 2007, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Condition: New. Cunning Man, The. Seller Inventory # BBS-9781743141465
Book Description Bolinda Audio, 2012. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1743141467