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A ferocious pirate roams the Arabian Sea, and Sinbad must stop her! Caroline Munro is Junah, the pirate princess, out to destroy the island kingdom ruled by the wicked Queen Badra, voiced by Martine Beswicke. Sinbad (Mark Redfield) finds himself caught between the two and tangles with a vengeful genie, seductive sirens, and a deadly sea serpent in this grand, swashbuckling fantasy adventure for audiences of all ages! 

Original music and sound design by Jennifer Rouse. The cast includes J.R. Lyston and Mary Anne Perry.

©2020 Mark Redfield (P)2020 Oasis Audio

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  • Nabil Hussain
  • 11-13-20

A Daring and Thrilling adventure of Sinbad!!

This audiobook was a dramatisation of a Sinbad story and was appealing to listen to. The sound effects and music were excellent. The narrator was very clear and succinct to listen to. The characters' voices from the cast were of a high quality and very dramatic. The story was original and exciting to follow. It was typical Sinbad fayre with reference to Allah and of the Abbasid Muslim caliphate of 8th century AD Baghdad. However, this audiobook doesn't receive the highest ratings I would give as it is too short in length and the story was quickly over. It should have been longer and of an appreciable length e.g. a number of hours to give a Sinbad story justice. It would have been truly epic.