An amazing set of stories by Leigh Bardugo
To read the physical book is fall into adventure. The pages are covered in magical illustrations that easily take you back to the days of bedtime fairytales. To listen to the book is beautiful, thanks to the narrative talent of Lauren Fortgang, but to perform a read-a-long... It's a fantastical experience that comes from the amazing mind that is Bardugo! Welcome to The Language of Thorns
Filled with stories of animals, princes and mermaids, The Language of Thorns carries a piece of Leigh Bardugo's Grishan world and more. You hear names and places that come from her created world that true fans know and love so much. I know I do. She's quickly becoming a favorite of mine and one I truly admre.
This book holds stories that made my days and rides to and from errands. It's not so much that their all so fabulously original (though they are), but because I was so easily swept away! The illustrations, the voice, the stories- they all combined to give a performance I never experienced from an author before. It's a fantasy to remember!
Be forewarned my friends- the stories are dark. They do not all come with happy endings, so if you do decide to read them to young ones, know that it will be as though reading original Grimm tales. But it's that what we love about magic and fantasy?
Check out The Language of Thorns, while I move on to the next read. I have one more day before writing consumes me.
The Language of Thorns
Audiobook narrated by Lauren Fortgang
Published by Imprint, Sept. 2017
6 Hours 30 minutes
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