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The whimsy of Nevermoor meets the mythical world-building of Neil Gaiman in this unlikely hero's quest to find his parents - and find the home he's always longed for.

In a snow-covered land where monsters rule the icy tundra, only song weavers hold the power to control these vicious giants. But for centuries, song weavers have been the subject of suspicion - how can those who hold so much power be trusted?

Ever since his parents were lost on a pathfinding expedition, Ash has spent his life as an outcast. As a budding song weaver, his village marked him as a potential threat, even though all he wants to do is protect them. Eager to find his place in the world, he and his cantankerous yeti caretaker seek passage on the Frostheart: a ship-like sleigh whose mission is to explore faraway lands.

There, he meets a fast-talking, spunky navigator, a walrus captain with a peg leg who runs a tight sleigh, and a mysterious traveler who encourages him to hone his song. But can Ash's song weaving save the Frostheart from the monsters hiding under the ice? Or will his untamed powers put his newfound friends in jeopardy?

Chock-full of heart and humor, the journey of the Frostheart will win over listeners and gatekeepers looking for a rich, gateway fantasy listen.

©2019 Jamie Littler (P)2019 Listening Library

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First off, the narrator is one of our favorites. He was incredible. My 10 year old loved the story and is clearly the targeted audience. That being said, I thought this book would be fun and may have had too high of expectations, but I hard a hard time not drifting off while listening- which never happens. It was very slow for the first 3/4 of the book and then everything seems to happen in the last 1/4. I totally understand world building, but this was repetitive and slow. Did I mention slow?