The Ninth Birthday Wish

Narrated by: Ramona King
Length: 18 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Birthday wishes for twins? Bril and Arisa, though twins they may be, are so very unlike, as you will soon see. Their wishes are different as sea is from land, but watch what happens with what they had planned! Bruce Arrington and Florence Jayne team up to bring you an unforgettable tale of twins, who each ask for a different birthday wish. But the wishes get all mixed up, bringing about unintended consequences!

©2016 Bruce E Arrington (P)2016 Pipe Dream Books

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  • 06-18-19

Okay, but wont re-listen...!

I received a review copy of this audiobook from the author. A rhyming tale of a birthday wish gone wrong, with a pirate flair. The performance of the narrator is strong and engaging. The story itself labours the moral message and spends so much time trying to achieve the rhythm and rhyme that it forgets to deliver the promised pirate action adventure. It was okay and worth a shot, but it won't find its way into our repertoire of fave tales.