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Alcatraz Versus the Shattered Lens

Narrated by: Ramon de Ocampo
Series: Alcatraz, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 11-13
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Summary

A whole army of evil Librarians! And Alcatraz Smedry has only his friend, Bastille; a few pairs of glasses; and an unlimited supply of exploding teddy bears to help him defend the island of Mokia.

Even Alcatraz's extraordinary talent for breaking things may not be enough to defeat the evil Librarians' giant robots. Can Alcatraz find a way to save the Free Kingdoms?

©2010 Brandon Sanderson (P)2011 Recorded Books Inc

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"Like Lemony Snicket and superhero comics rolled into one." ( Publishers Weekly)

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Hooked

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, I read the first 2 books and then had books 3 and 4 on audio, the book is focused on a younger audience but I really enjoyed it as I do all Bandon Sanderson books

What did you like best about this story?

the quirky talents and how Sanderson's mind works

Which character – as performed by Ramon de Ocampo – was your favourite?

all

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

teddy bears are grenades

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Like Sanderson, but not this

I like Brandon Sanderson’s work, but sadly this was aimed at too young an audience for me.