Get ready to experience an adventure full of mysteries, challenges and magical creatures as Scholastic Audio Group releases the Into The Mist audiobook, the thrilling prequel to the bestselling Land of Elyon trilogy, which has sold more than 1.2 million copies. From New York Times-bestselling author Patrick Carman, this gripping story follows two brothers as they set out to discover the truth about their past and the future for which they are destined. Set to release in September 2007, the audiobook will be published simultaneously with the novel from Scholastic Press.
Into The Mist follows young Thomas Warvold and his brother Roland, as they travel through Elyon on a quest that will change the course of their fate, and the fate of their land. Read by acclaimed author, playwright and narrator Ron McLarty, Into The Mist will be available in an unabridged 6-CD, 7.5-hour set, for the suggested retail price of $28.95.
INTO THE MIST SYNOPSIS:
Before the walls went up...there were adventures. Follow young Thomas Warvold and his brother, Roland, as they journey through Elyon, discovering new mysteries, new challenges, and magical creatures that will change the course of their fate, and the fate of their land. From a humble and unexplained childhood in a very strange orphanage to a series of fearless escapes to a quest full of riddles and exploration, Thomas and Roland find that their identity — and the mysterious tattoos on their knees — are linked to a much greater history than they ever would have guessed. One brother, Thomas, is destined for adventure on land, while the other brother, Roland, is destined for adventure on the sea. But before this happens, they must journey into the mist and find the truth about both their past and their future.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
New York Times-bestselling author Patrick Carman makes his home in the wilderness of eastern Washington and insists that it is a rather ordinary home and is not, in fact, surrounded by stone walls. He plays no musical instruments, but he has been known to torture dinner guests with attempts on the harmonica. He divides his time between writing, public speaking, spending time with his wife and two daughters, reading, fly-fishing, paragliding, and snowboarding.
ABOUT THE NARRATOR:
Ron McLarty is an accomplished actor and audiobook narrator. He has appeared on Broadway in That Championship Season, Our Country's Good, and Moonchildren. His film credits include Two Bits, The Postman, and The Flamingo Kid. On television he starred in Spenser for Hire and Cop Rock. Mr. McLarty is an award-winning playwright and the author of the acclaimed novel The Memory of Running.
Into The Mist:
Scholastic Audio Scholastic Press
Narrator: Ron McLarty Written by Patrick Carman
Format: Unabridged, Approx. 7.5 hours, 6 discs Format: Hardcover
Publication Date: September 2007 Publication Date: September 2007
ISBN: 0-545-02490-0 ISBN: 0-439-89952-4
$28.95 U.S. / $34.99 CAN $11.99/ Ages 9 and up
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