A Carriger Quartet

A Carriger Quartet
Four original, unabridged, full-cast productions of Gail Carriger's most beloved fantasy short stories. From ancient Turkey through the mythical middle ages to Victorian-era Egypt and modern-day New York, these audio adventures will bring a smile to your face and a bounce to your step. Fun for the whole family!
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About the Book

“The Curious Case of the Werewolf That Wasn’t, the Mummy That Was, and the Cat in the Jar”: A mummified cat, a secret agent, and an aristocrat entangle Alessandro Tarraboti (father of Alexia Tarraboti from the Parasol Protectorate series) in a rollicking, wry adventure into the supernatural secrets of ancient Egypt.

“Marine Biology”: Inconveniently a werewolf, unexpectedly alive, and secretly gay, marine biologist Alex finds himself forcibly shackled to a flirty merman on the hunt for some sinister selkies. An unconventional romance between impossible partners told with the kind of wit and comedy that made Gail a household name.

“Fairy Debt”: Despite being a fairy, Cups can’t grow wings due to a death promise to a local king. Entering service in his castle as the Least Jester, she must find a way to earn her wings while navigating the hazards of cupcakes, tea demons, and the occasional Earth dragons.

“My Sister’s Song”: Fantasy, history, and subversive strategy collide in this Roman-era tale of a warrior, Mithra, who must repel an entire legion alone and armed only with a very peculiar weapon. Her sticky solution to this impossible problem must be heard to be believed.

Narrated by J. Daniel Sawyer, and featuring performances by fellow fantasy writers Philippa Ballantine, Chris Lester, and Tee Morris as well as an original soundtrack by composer Danny Schade.

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Genres: Collection, Fantasy
Tag: Audiobook
Publisher: ArtisticWhispers Productions
Publication Year: 2016
Narrator: J. Daniel Sawyer
Audiobook Price: $4.95-$6.95
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