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Stanley McGeagh gives an enchanting performance of Stephen Axelsen’s novel The Steamer Demons, the fourth book in the Piccolo and Annabelle series. Piccolo, whose parents disappeared at sea two years prior, is at a dock waiting for the arrival of cruise ship Sea Princess and his friend Stella. When the steamer arrives, he discovers that the crew is actually a group of demons determined to go to the zoo. He must stop the demons before they discover that the fallen angel Elspeth is imprisoned at the zoo as a baboon. Will he succeed?

Summary

This is the fourth magical adventure in the Piccolo and Annabelle series.

Piccolo is waiting at the dock for his friend Stella to arrive home from her holiday cruise on the glittering Sea Princess. What arrives instead is a smoky, stinky steamer. Piccolo is the only one who can see that the scruffy sailors are actually demons. Even worse, they're heading for the zoo with their cargo of stolen African wildlife. What if they discover the fallen angel Elspeth, imprisoned at the zoo in the form of a baboon? Piccolo has to stop them!

©2006 Stephen Axelsen; (P)2007 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

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Praise for the Piccolo and Annabelle series: "Stanley McGeagh is adorable as Piccolo" (AudioFile)

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The Steamer Demons is brilliant

Brilliant, amazing and full of drama. I completely recommend this audio book. I loved it.