Midwinterblood is a rhythmic tale appropriately read by the narration of Julian Rhind-Tutt. While short stories have never been something I was drawn to, always wanting “more to the story”, Midwinterblood unfolds in such a way that while the stories are separated by time and tale that I found myself looking for the clues that drew them together. That, as it turns out; was a good thing.
Midwinterblood is marketed as a children’s book but I felt it would have a stronger calling to more of the YA listeners and readers.
While I adore the cover that was on the copy I listened too; it was interesting to see the others covers on-line.. each engaging in their own way:
5 hours and 49 minutes
Publisher: Square Fish (April 22, 2014)