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Kitsune & the Heart of the Fox

Narrated by: Aaron Sapiro
Length: 4 hrs and 23 mins
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This book is about a man who encounters a magical fox. It describes how his life changes because of the fox.

©2018 Aaron Sapiro (P)2018 Aaron Sapiro

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  • Dawn Murphy
  • 16-04-18

Not for young families

We made it through chapter two and I’d say definitely PG-13 and possibly on its way to an R rating. Seems quite funny, but not for a young family listen. Will listen to the rest of it, but perhaps just my husband and I.

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  • Hannah
  • 15-04-18

Great for a family car trip!

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Whether you're familiar with the kitsune from Japanese mythology or not, this book is a fun listen!

A kitsune is a fox with magic powers and great cunning. That alone should tip you off to the magic situations created in the book. Besided, what kid wouldn't like an exotic pet like a fox?

I bought it to listen with my nephew on our car trip, and we both enjoyed it.

The author is the narrator, and while he doesn't sound like a big-name professional narrator, his passion shows and he's more of a storyteller. My nephew commented how he sounded "like a grandpa telling a story", and I'll have to agree.

Will probably listen again! :)

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