©1998 Paul Stewart and Chris Riddell; (P)2005 Random House Audiobooks
"In the Tolkien/Pratchett tradition...written with more than usual elegance." (Sunday Times)
I'm revisiting this book after reading it as a child, it is still really good! The narrator's performance is excellent, and certainly helps create just the experience I was looking for.
At some point, not doubt!
The heroic gesture of a surprise furry friend (don't want to give the story away here!)
Well read - a light touch but compelling all the way.
I read this book years ago when it first came out and loved it - the weirdness and the wonder. There is a hint of Alice in Wonderland about it. Magical.
A delightful story that concludes by the end of the book... but then continues on with further books and stories of Twig and other heroes of the world. I do recommend reading the books too, if only to see the beautiful illustrations by Chris Riddell.
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