The Raven Bramblebutt Audiobooks.Now available on iTunes, Amazon, and Audible.
The audiobook series for young listeners is here! Book One: Raven Bramblebutt and the Feral Children, written and produced by David Goodfellow. Performed by Canadian theatre icon Meg Roe. Voice direction and original music by Alessandro Juliani.
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This is the story of the preteen inside us all, the one we wish we were.
Book One: Raven Bramblebutt and the Feral Children
Marketa stamped out a clearing in the snow as she turned back and forth: “Hey, come on out. Y’all vanished like a bunch of whack-a-moles.”
“Why’s she driving with no headlights? It’s almost dark!” Sevilla Ray asked the reemerging sisters.
“She’s hoping to catch us surprised.”
“What, n’run you down?"
The three sisters gathered shoulder to shoulder. They were all looking towards the orchard.
Anatole was coming back. Either he had finished subduing his brother or the car had reminded him of the interlopers. Whichever, he was clearly coming to deal with Sevilla Ray. His eyes were as red as his hair, his hat gone. There was no sign of Dunvask. Sevilla Ray called the dogs in and turned to go. She and Marietta trudged through their tracks towards the road. Marketa took a shorter route back to the road.
“She doesn’t want to kill us,” Ankara called after them.
Marietta told Sevilla Ray later that when she turned back she had never seen anything as sad as those three sisters standing in the broken snow. Sevilla Ray only glanced back to see if Anatole was gaining. But they both would be haunted by what Ankara said next:
“She wants to take one of us with her. She knows we won’t be missed.”