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The hushed, alluring Australian voice of Edwina Wren introduces the listener to a painted music box that had changed young Leo Zifkak’s life. The music box, like C. S. Lewis’s famous wardrobe, is a magic transporter, and through its power, Leo and his cousin Mimi travel to the magical world of Rondo, the setting of a children’s fantasy trilogy by Australian author Emily Rodda.

The Wizard of Rondo is the second in the trilogy and takes listeners through a war with the Blue Queen and into the perils of the Cloud Palace on their quest to locate a wizard named Bing. If it sounds suspenseful and funny at the same time, that’s the point!

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In this sequel to the critically acclaimed and bestselling The Key to Rondo, Mimi and Leo return to Rondo and join in a quest to find a mysterious missing wizard. They are haunted by fears of the gloriously wicked Blue Queen and this time face an even more ancient and mysterious danger - the terrifying cloud monster known as the Strix! Studded with funny characters, this rollicking adventure story is also full of belly laughs. There's more to Rondo than meets the eye.
©2008 Emily Rodda; (P)2008 Bolinda Publishing

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-30-17

Best series Ever

The first book is good, the hard copy I have is very much love as soon will the hard copy of this book and its sequel. I very much recommend listening to this series and reading the hard copy books -if you can- at the same time.

Its well worth it