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Title:
Billy Thunder and the Night Gate
Written by:
Isobelle Carmody 
Read by:
Rebecca Macauley 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
8 hours 51 minutes 
Published:
July 01 2004 
Available Date:
July 01 2004 
Age Category:
Children (10+) 
ISBN:
1740946367 
APN / ISBN-13:
9781740946360 
Genres:
Fiction; Adventure; Animals; Australian Fiction; Children's Fiction; Fantasy 
Publisher:
Bolinda audio 
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Shortlisted NSW Premier's Literary Awards 2001

A tale of courage from the acclaimed author of The Obernewtyn Chronicles.

Rage Winnoway's mother has been asleep since she had a terrible accident. In a quest to find healing magic, Rage and her animal friends travel through a strange gateway to Valley, a land of mythical beasts, talking dogs and streets that change shapes. But Valley is no paradise. Harsh guardians rule a sinister black city, and fugitive witch folk work forbidden magic. Rage desperately wants to go home, but the one person who can help her, a wizard, has disappeared. Her only guides are the treacherous firecat and an enchanted hourglass...

"Setting off on a quest to save her dying mother, Rage Winnoway takes her four dogs and a goat into the magical land of Valley. Her friends transmutate into more human-like creatures as they search the magical world to find the lost wizard who created it. Rebecca Macauley juggles several animated and distinct voices among the main cast and implements an interesting range of voices for the magical creatures of Valley. Macauley completely embodies Rage when speaking her parts (especially when she faces hardships and challenges) and easily transitions to narrative. Macauley's energy throughout this audiobook lures in listeners and guarantees enjoyment from beginning to end."
AudioFile Magazine