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The stolen child

Author: Keith Donohue; Andy Paris; Jeff Woodman
Publisher: New York : Recorded Books, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on CD : CD audio : Fiction : English : [Library ed.]View all editions and formats
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Seven-year-old Henry Day is kidnapped and renamed "Aniday" by changelings, ageless beings who inhabit the woods near his home. The changelings also leave behind one of their own, who flawlessly impersonates Henry except for one noteworthy detail--the new Henry is a prodigiously talented pianist. Both Aniday and Henry settle comfortably enough into their new existences, but both are haunted by vague memories of their  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Psychological fiction
Fantasy fiction
Fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Keith Donohue; Andy Paris; Jeff Woodman
ISBN: 1419389246 9781419389245
OCLC Number: 69176678
Notes: Unabridged.
Compact discs.
Performer(s): Read by Andy Paris and Jeff Woodman.
Description: 10 sound discs (ca. 12 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Responsibility: Keith Donohue.

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Seven-year-old Henry Day is kidnapped and renamed "Aniday" by changelings, ageless beings who inhabit the woods near his home. The changelings also leave behind one of their own, who flawlessly impersonates Henry except for one noteworthy detail--the new Henry is a prodigiously talented pianist. Both Aniday and Henry settle comfortably enough into their new existences, but both are haunted by vague memories of their former lives.--

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