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Alcatraz Versus The Scrivener’s Bones [Dramatized Adaptation]

Written by: Brandon Sanderson
Narrated by: Alejandro Ruiz, Carolyn Kashner, Christopher Walker, Yasmin Tuazon, Bradley Smith, Eva Wilhelm, Zeke Alton, Chris Genebach, Terence Aselford, Steve Wannall, Ken Jackson, Nathanial Perry, Marni Penning
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In his second skirmish against the Evil Librarians who rule the world, Alcatraz and his ragtag crew of freedom fighters track Grandpa Smedry to the ancient and mysterious Library of Alexandria. Hushlanders - people who live in the Librarian-controlled lands of Canada, Europe, and the Americas - believe the Library was destroyed long ago. 

Free Kingdomers know the truth: the Library of Alexandria is still around, and it’s one of the most dangerous places on the planet. For it is the home of the scariest Librarians of them all: a secret sect of soul-stealing Scriveners. Can Alcatraz and his friends rescue Grandpa Smedry and make it out of there alive?

Performed by Alejandro Ruiz, Carolyn Kashner, Christopher Walker, Yasmin Tuazon, Bradley Smith, Eva Wilhelm, Zeke Alton, Chris Genebach, Terence Aselford, Steve Wannall, Ken Jackson, Nathanial Perry, Marni Penning.

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This is the second book in the series that I have listened to. The best part is the dramatisation of the book. Superbly done. I can see it being a hit with pre teen and teenagers. Really good. The plot is fun too.
But the regular breaking of the fourth wall becomes very tedious sometimes. There are way to many digressions which could probably bore the audience. If the plot and dramatisation was not this interesting, I would not have listened to the second book in the series. One okay book would make me not follow through with the series.

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Pretty good, but expect randombreak ofthe 4th wall

4.5/5, pretty interesting plot line and 2nd book, a continuation of the first one.

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