• Wall Games of Somerfield: Prelude, Scherzo, Cadenza and Fugue

  • Macabre, Book 9
  • By: Balint Bodroghy
  • Narrated by: Emelle
  • Length: 30 mins
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A seven year old boy, in a new school, comes face to face with the school bully - and, on his uncle's advice, gets the better of him by making him laugh, knocking him down, picking him up (as he has seen professional footballers do it), and then makes friends with him (sort of).

©2014 Balint Bodroghy (P)2020 Balint Bodroghy

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SUCH A SWEET STORY!

Emelle's playing of a young boy learning how to get along with his schoolmates is incredibly sweet! There is such a gentle story here and you really empathize for the young man. Emelle also sprinkles in fun humor from the children's perspective. Loved this story!!

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"Get up and punch him right in the face."

Amusing as always, Bodroghy sets the stage for a humorous look at life as a primary school student. Full of quippy one liners, it made for a great road trip listen (personal favorite was the "Get up and punch him right in the face"). Narrator was fun and upbeat. Thoroughly enjoyed!

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