The Princess and Curdie (Version 2)


Read by Hannah Mary

(4.5 stars; 35 reviews)

A year has passed since Curdie's adventures with young Princess Irene and the hostile goblins deep in the mountain. As Curdie grows up, his faith in the elusive royal Great-Great-Grandmother is fading. When a thoughtless act plunges him into that mysterious presence once again, what will come of it? And what has happened to the good king and his little daughter by this time? - Summary by HannahMary (6 hr 2 min)

Chapters

The Mountain 12:33 Read by Hannah Mary
The White Pigeon 13:58 Read by Hannah Mary
The Mistress of the Silver Moon 23:02 Read by Hannah Mary
Curdie's Father and Mother 9:03 Read by Hannah Mary
The Miners 8:55 Read by Hannah Mary
The Emerald 8:46 Read by Hannah Mary
What is in a Name 15:38 Read by Hannah Mary
Curdie's Mission 30:55 Read by Hannah Mary
Hands 7:42 Read by Hannah Mary
The Heath 6:50 Read by Hannah Mary
Lina 8:57 Read by Hannah Mary
More Creatures 5:29 Read by Hannah Mary
The Baker's Wife 10:55 Read by Hannah Mary
The Dogs of Gwyntystorm 9:29 Read by Hannah Mary
Derba and Barbara 8:29 Read by Hannah Mary
The Mattock 11:15 Read by Hannah Mary
The Wine Cellar 9:09 Read by Hannah Mary
The King's Kitchen 7:50 Read by Hannah Mary
The King's Chamber 14:28 Read by Hannah Mary
Counter-Plotting 10:06 Read by Hannah Mary
The Loaf 7:48 Read by Hannah Mary
The Lord Chamberlain 11:56 Read by Hannah Mary
Dr. Kelman 10:33 Read by Hannah Mary
The Prophecy 11:53 Read by Hannah Mary
The Avengers 8:57 Read by Hannah Mary
The Vengeance 11:30 Read by Hannah Mary
More Vengeance 10:46 Read by Hannah Mary
The Preacher 9:51 Read by Hannah Mary
Barbara 5:47 Read by Hannah Mary
Peter 3:57 Read by Hannah Mary
The Sacrifice 7:35 Read by Hannah Mary
The King's Army 8:59 Read by Hannah Mary
The Battle 7:32 Read by Hannah Mary
Judgment 6:18 Read by Hannah Mary
The End 5:12 Read by Hannah Mary

Reviews

(2 stars)

The narration was fine and much appreciated. The book however, was so little like the first one, and very very preachy. It's one thing to add morals to stories and touch on them again here and there through the book...but this was harping. The Book of Revelation is easier to read/listen to. The description of the beasts was amusing though.

Very good reader. Fantastic story.

(4 stars)

My 5, 9 and 11 year old children all enjoyed this audio book. And so did their mom ;-)

(5 stars)

I really, really hope Hannah Mary reads more of George MacDonald's books!!

This is well read by Hannah Mary and such a great story!

(5 stars)

thank you for such a great read and reader!

(5 stars)