In this companion volume to A Wrinkle In Time (Newbery Award winner) and A Wind In The Door fifteen-year-old Charles Wallace and the unicorn Gaudior undertake a perilous journey through time in a desperate attempt to stop the destruction of the world by the mad dictator Madog Branzillo. They are not alone in their quest. Charles Wallace's sister, Meg - grown and expecting her first child, but still able to enter her brother's thoughts and emotions by "kything" - goes with him in spirit.
But in overcoming the challenges, Charles Wallace must face the ultimate test of his faith and will, as he is sent within four people from another time, there to search for a way to avert the tragedy threatening them all.
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I was a precocious reader and wished to re-experience some of my fond childhood places. I found it every bit as charming as I did the first time so many years ago. Still entertaining and still enlightening.
Story doesn't hold up as we'll over time as I expected, but even then, the narration is just not-quite-right throughout the book.
I read this book when I was young so it was a treat to listen to it. Even after all of the years between then and now it remains a wonderful story that is full of hope and promise and some history as well. Madeline L'Engle is a fanstastic story teller.
All of it was great, but I particularly liked the parts where Charles Wallace entered into other characters to reveal their stories.
No, but I really enjoyed her reading.
I wouldn't say that there was one moment, there were many - most of them dealing with the character of mankind.
I love the new update it is not a fan and the others have said that it was a great way to the other hand is the most beautiful thing hand is the best of all time favorite song by them to be able the other side of the year of my life and death.
"Not at all like the previous two books"
The story is confusing, hopping between the minds of historical characters. Not at all like the previous two books in the series. Some wonderful moments and images.
"A poor delivery"
I suspect that I didn't enjoy this book as much as I might have done, because Jennifer Ehle's reading was truly awful.
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