The Princess and Curdie


Read by Lizzie Driver

(4.3 stars; 85 reviews)

The Princess and Curdie is the sequel to The Princess and the Goblin by George MacDonald. It's been a year since the Princess Irene and Curdie first met, and a year since the goblin incident and all appears to be going well in the Kingdom. Or is it? After a visit from Irene's great-great-grandmother, Curdie finds himself on a mission to save the kingdom, with a rather strange companion in tow.

(Summary by Lizzie Driver)

(6 hr 0 min)

Chapters

Chapter 1 12:25 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapter 2 13:43 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapter 3 21:43 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 4-5 16:06 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 6-7 21:22 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapter 8 27:21 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 9-10 14:08 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 11-12 14:28 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 13-14 21:20 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 15-16 20:06 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 17-18 17:41 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapter 19 15:08 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 20-21 19:11 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 22-23 23:48 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 24-25 22:11 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 26-27 22:39 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 28-30 20:13 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 31-32 17:43 Read by Lizzie Driver
Chapters 33-35 19:16 Read by Lizzie Driver

Reviews

(4 stars)

Fantastic story, but the reader definitely took some getting used to. However, her voice was clear and I understood every word.

The Princess and Curdie

(5 stars)

An absolutly wonderful story. Be sure and listen to part one - "The Princess and the Goblin". Lizzie Driver is the perfect voice for these two novels.

(4.5 stars)

Curdie is a sweetheart the princess is so affectionate

(5 stars)

Great story, just like the one before it!

oh my god...

(1 stars)

What the H. is with putting the ridiculous inflections in completely random places CONSTANTLY? It's completely ruined the story. I honestly can't even listen to it. It drives me absolutely insane. I hope to god this woman doesn't go around speaking like that all the time because eventually somebody will rip the poor girl's throat out in a fit of rage. She has a beautiful voice, but Christ, is that ever obnoxious.

Fantastic, wholesome, exciting!

(5 stars)

A very encouraging read filled with morals and virtue in the setting of a fairy tale.

(4 stars)

A slow start by the author. Decent reader. Good overall story.

(5 stars)

Great book for little boys who need a great role model