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The King of Nowhere

Rockford's Rock Opera
Series: Rockford's Rock Opera, Book 2
Length: 1 hr and 16 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 5-7
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Summary

Created by writer, Steve Punt and musician, Matthew Sweetapple, The King of Nowhere is the second dramatized, musical story from Rockford's Rock Opera - creators of Lost on Infinity.

The Story:

Far away in the Sea of Tranquility is the Island of Infinity, home to the last one of every extinct animal species. This is where the sticky Cocklebur Ick must now find a home. But her search brings her into the domain of the mysterious King of Nowhere, the most feared creature on Infinity. 

The King of Nowhere, the second adventure from Rockford's Rock Opera, is a tale about extinction and redemption. It's a hopeful story that shows that even the smallest creatures can make the biggest difference and that although we may sometimes may feel lost, there is always hope. 

A psychedelic, spell-binding, thought-provoking 21st century adventure! 

For all ages - children and adults.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

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Another Great Story

We're big fans of Lost on Infinity / Rockford's Rock Opera so really pleased this is now on Audible. Funny, thoughtful, clear, intelligent word/narration and some great songs too. Not really much else out there like this – a dramatized musical audiobook!.

Children and parents both equally enamored! If you're looking for something to enjoy together – we listen in the car – this is great but, although it's not essential, best to listen to Lost on Infinity / Rockford's Rock Opera first.