Thursday, May 31, 2007
THE INVENTION OF HUGO CABRET by Brian Selznick, read by Jeff Woodman
This audio gets our vote as the most innovative of the year! Inside a Paris train station in 1932, a boy named Hugo secretly keeps all the clocks running. Like the workings of a clock, the parts of this intriguing story interlock, and the audio program is a marvel. The "soundscape" is unique and the DVD "extras" allow listeners to see Selznick's illustrations.
Read AudioFile's full review and bibliographic info here.
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