- Audible Audio Edition
- Listening Length: 7 hours and 51 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Brilliance Audio
- Audible.com Release Date: May 8, 2012
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0081CDUII
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Enchanted Audiobook – Unabridged
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The first line is, "My name is Sunday Woodcutter, and I am doomed to a happy life." Sunday starts out writing in her journal and she meets a frog named Grumble. They become good friends and she enjoys telling him about her family. He asks her to kiss him (since that's how the fairytale goes) and nothing happens. She goes back and tells him more about her family and he asks her to kiss him again so she does, and, again, nothing happens. She kisses him a third time and had to run off so she doesn't know for quite a while that something did happen this time.
I loved Sunday and Rumbold, the prince (also Grumble the frog). When he was Grumble, Sunday found him easy to talk to. As Rumbold, she's intrigued with him but their family doesn't like him because of something else that happened in the past. But she's finding it hard to continue disliking him when she feels so drawn to him.
This book is full of fun, colorful characters and lots of different fairytale references. There's romance, mystery, adventure, magic, danger, secrets, friendship and humor. I'm excited to read more about this family in Hero (Saturday finding love is sure to be quite funny) and even more in the future! I recommend this to anyone that loves fairytales, clean romance and adventure!
I listened to this on audiobook. I loved the voice of Katherine Kellgren and her accent, and this is an audiobook definitely worth listening to.
I really loved the Woodcutter family - named after the days of the week - they all have their very own personality based on an old rhyme. The story really starts with Sunday falling in love with a frog - a talking one of course - and really takes off from there. We have fairy godmothers, princes, evil fairies, and even a changeling.
I really liked how we got to know so many different people in the Woodcutter family. All the sisters have a special role to play and each of them get to be the hero at some point in the story. I loved that they were the heroes and got to save the day several times.
Arilland is an amazing kingdom full of magic that I really enjoyed. But there were just too many fairy tales going on. While there were combined and meshed together quite well, my mind kept jumping around from one to another and sometimes lost track of where it was actually going in the story. I had a few "now what" moments. On the other hand, I'm totally invested in this family and I need to know what happens to the next sister.
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