Girl Genius
Books in series2
UNABRIDGED
(4.5 based on 481 ratings)
  • 1

    Agatha H and the Airship City: Girl Genius #1

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Phil Foglio, Kaja Foglio
    • Narrated By Angela Dawe
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (297)
    Performance
    (235)
    Story
    (242)

    The Industrial Revolution has escalated into all-out warfare. Sixteen years have passed since the Heterodyne Boys, benevolent adventurers and inventors, disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Today, Europe is ruled by the Sparks, dynasties of mad scientists ruling over - and terrorizing - the hapless population with their bizarre inventions and unchecked power, while the downtrodden dream of the Heterodynes’ return. At Transylvania Polygnostic University, a pretty, young student named Agatha Clay seems to have nothing but bad luck.

    Amazon Customer says: "Ever wanted visuals while audio book listening?"
    Ever wanted visuals while audio book listening?

    Loved the story, but discovering that I could look at the online comic WHILE listening made for a fully immersive experience. I have often wished for ..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 11 2013 by Amazon Customer (Savannah, GA, United States)
  • 2

    Agatha H. and the Clockwork Princess: A Girl Genius Novel, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (18 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Phil Foglio, Kaja Foglio
    • Narrated By Angela Dawe
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (184)
    Performance
    (172)
    Story
    (172)

    With the help of Krosp, Emperor of All Cats, Agatha has escaped from the massive airship known as Castle Wulfenbach. After crashing their escape dirigible, Agatha and Krosp fall in with Master Payne’s Circus of Adventure, a traveling troupe of performers dedicated to staging Heterodyne shows - dramatizations of the exploits of Bill and Barry Heterodyne and their allies - who are unaware of Agatha’s connection to the Heterodyne line.

    Alan says: "Read before seeing the comic"
    Read before seeing the comic

    I enjoyed it more than the comic because I was able to visualize the characters for myself. The comic depiction of the characters was different that t..Show More »

    Reviewed on July 24 2012 by Alan (Seattle, WA, United States)