• The Kidnapped Smile (Fantasy Adventure, Art And Magic)

  • The Artania Chronicles, Book 2
  • By: Laurie Woodward
  • Narrated by: Michael Cahill
  • Length: 8 hrs and 39 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Mona Lisa has been kidnapped.

It has been a year since Alex and Bartholomew first ventured into the mystical Artania. Once again, they are called upon to keep this art-created world safe.

But peril awaits them at every turn. Traitorous pirates. Fearful gods and goddesses. Monsters of the deep. Artania's safety lies in their hands.

With their spunky sidekick Gwen, Alex and Bartholomew return to Artania to save Mona Lisa from the ruthless pirates. But are they too late?

©2017 Laurie Woodward (P)2020 Laurie Woodward

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What a Fun Ride!

Laurie Woodward wrote a very fun story with a fantastic detail. The narration was fabulous with numerous voices, accents, and quite expressive. Cahill was able to perform young teenagers to older Italians and the villains voices were terrific and menacing. Highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys fantasy novels or who just like fun stories about kids.