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The city of London is in the middle of one of its most destructive wars in history, and 12-year-old George Chapman and his friend Edie are caught in the middle. The Gunner, a statue of a World War I soldier, continues do his part in helping to bring an end to the war. But George knows that he is the one who must play the biggest role in helping to bring an end to the war.

Filled with intriguing suspense, invigorating action sequences, and well-developed characters, Silvertongue is a thrilling conclusion to the international blockbuster!

Rock on: listen to more in the Stoneheart trilogy.
©2009 Charlie Fletcher; (P)2009 Scholastic

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Sad to see it end.

I am an adult in my 30's who is a kid at heart. I love Harry Potter, Percy Jackson, Artemis Fowl and the How to Train Your Dragon books among others. This trilogy is going to be added to those as a favorite of mine. Even though I had an idea of what the end would bring, I was still on pins and needles. Jim Dale is great as always and he adds tension and levity where called for. I would absolutely recommend this.

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Excellent book! Superb performance!

Fletcher mixes complexity and simplicity on so many levels, the result is absolutely captivating. Not only has he woven a fun story that can be enjoyed by any age, he brings many deeper issues to mind. Light and darkness, purpose and lack thereof, what makes us people instead of animals. This is truly an excellent book.

As always, Jim Dale performance leaves nothing to be desired. Supreme narration, good emotion, and, of course, the accent, make this a very pleasurable audiobook.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Just as good as the first 2

If you could sum up Silvertongue in three words, what would they be?

A great series of books. My only comment was that when I thought this book had ended it actually had a few more chapters which didnt seem necessary. The last part of the book could have been truncated and the story would have seemed finished.

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love Jim Dale

read this book mostly die to Jim Dale being the narrator but really ended up liking it.

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I enjoyed this much less than the other 2.

Like many shows and movies today, I became bored with battle, battle, battle. Not as engaging, so I found myself drifting. Jim Dale is such a pro, I will try it again just to listen to his performance.

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I love Jime Dale

as always Jime Dale does an amazing job bringing the story and characters to life. This story was amazing and A fun adventurous ride from beginning to end. a fantastic end to the series.

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Fun stories






~Almost~ as good as Neil Gaiman.
Jim Dale is Grrrrrreat to listen to.
Charlie Fletcher has a fun imagination 🤗





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Weak Ending

Any additional comments?

I do REALLY want to see a movie made from this series. That being said, I found this book to be a bit disappointing compared to the other two. A bunch of accessory, somewhat unnecessary characters and character arcs are introduced while leaving some older, more consistent story lines unanswered. While significantly better than the ending of Lost (t.v. show), it kind of has that same unsatisfying "how did we end up here and what happened?!?" feel to it.

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Great end

Great ending to a wonderful imaginative trilogy. Wishing there was a 4th book. All three books are worth listening to over and over.

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Great Read

I hope he writes another trilogy, this one was great! plus, you can't go wrong with Jim Dale!