In the second volume of Dream Time Fairy Tales - The Classics, three everlasting stories, which travel from generation to generation, unfold with tales of gingerbread houses, a very greedy little man with an forgettable name, and a girl locked in a tower with a name as famous as her long locks of hair. Let your mind wander and your spirit relax with these youthful fairy stories.
Experience first-hand the dramatic ebb and flow of emotion as classic literature is transformed into the world of your imagination like never before. In Lost Face, the listener sits right beside a tribal prisoner as he plots to avoid the painful beheading that awaits him next.
Castle Joiry had been taken. The heavy boots of invaders rang in the hallways, and the arching ceiling echoed back the clash of falling swords. Still struggling violently, Joiry's commander was brought before the conqueror. Standing tall, armor running red with blood, Jirel of Joiry refused to surrender her home and vowed to her enemy that his victory would cost him his life, and more. That very night, Joiry's lady crept by secret ways to the castle's deepest dungeon.
"written in 1934"
In the first volume of Dream Time Fairy Tales - The Classics, three timeless tales whisk you away to a land where beans grow into a sky-high beanstalk, a frog transforms to a handsome prince, and a very unusual cat is inherited by a young son. So gather the youngsters, or the young at heart, and listen to these fabulously funny, twisted tales.