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by Allan Corduner,Garth Nix

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ISBN:
0307706095
Author:
Allan Corduner,Garth Nix
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (March 9, 2010)
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Garth Nix (Author), Allan Corduner (Reader).

Garth Nix (Author), Allan Corduner (Reader). Book 1 of 7 in the Keys to the Kingdom Series. The series starts with Mister Monday and moves through each day of the week: Grim Tuesday, Drowned Wednesday, Sir Thursday, Lady Friday, Superior Saturday, and the eagerly awaited and yet un-named Sunday episode.

Drowned Wednesday: The Keys to the Kingdom, Book . This is the third audiobook in the thrilling, triumphantly imaginative Keys to the Kingdom series by Garth Nix, the bestselling author of Sabriel, Lirael, and Abhorsen.

Drowned Wednesday: The Keys to the Kingdom, Book 3. Written by Garth Nix. Narrated by Allan Corduner. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Keys to the Kingdom Mister Monday. While there are no sound effects, Allan Corduner's dramatic narration splendidly brings the book to life with his many character voices

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Keys to the Kingdom Mister Monday. While there are no sound effects, Allan Corduner's dramatic narration splendidly brings the book to life with his many character voices. The story concludes with a lead in to the next book in the series and leaves listeners wanting more. This dynamic recording will be popular with fantasy fans.

The Keys to the Kingdom is a fantasy–adventure book series written by Garth Nix, published in seven books between 2003 and 2010. The series chronicles the adventures of Arthur Penhaligon, an asthmatic 12-year-old boy who is chosen to become the Rightful Heir of the House, the center of the universe. The core storyline involves Arthur attempting to defeat the Morrow Days, the criminal Trustees of the House.

Drowned Wednesday has sent a ship to pluck him from the safety of his bed, miles from any ocean, and sail him back to the House. From hospital room to the high seas, Arthur must battle pirates, storms, monsters made of Nothing and a vast beast that can’t stop eating

Drowned Wednesday has sent a ship to pluck him from the safety of his bed, miles from any ocean, and sail him back to the House. From hospital room to the high seas, Arthur must battle pirates, storms, monsters made of Nothing and a vast beast that can’t stop eating. Arthur struggles to unravel the mystery of the Architect’s disappearance, and the plotting of the Trustees. For the sake of all that dwell in the Secondary realms, he must discover the third part of the Will and claim the Third Key. But firs. an Arthur trust the Raised Rats? Where are Leaf and Suzy? And how will he survive life.

Drowned Wednesday By Garth Nix. Prologue A three-masted square-rigger with iridescent green sails that shone by day or night, the Flying Mantis was a fast and lucky ship. Her holds were stuffed with goods bought beyond the House and illnesses salvaged from

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Audiobook - Audio CD Unabridged. Read by Allan Corduner. Book 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Complete or Partial Sets of Up to 7 Books.

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Drowned Wednesday has sent a ship to pick him up from the hospital. even though his hometown is miles away from any ocean. From hospital room to the high seas, Arthur finds himself on an adventure that will pit him against pirates, storms, explosions of Nothing-laced gunpowder, and a vast beast that eats everything it encounters. Through it all, he is drawn deeper into the central mystery of the House. Arthur must find the third part of the Will and claim the Third Key - not just for himself, but for the millions (if not trillions) who will suffer if he doesn't.

On the third day, there were pirates.Wednesday has rolled around, and Arthur Penhaligon has an invitation to return to the House that he can’t refuse. Drowned Wednesday has sent a ship to pick him up from the hospital . . . even though his hometown is miles away from any ocean.From hospital room to the high seas, Arthur finds himself on an adventure that will pit him against pirates, storms, explosions of Nothing-laced gunpowder, and a vast beast that eats everything it encounters. Through it all, he is drawn deeper into the central mystery of the House. Arthur must find the third part of the Will and claim the Third Key–not just for himself, but for the millions (if not trillions) who will suffer if he doesn’t.The first step? Surviving life aboard a ship on the Border Sea. . . .
  • Macill
Everything is nicely tied together both within the book itself and to the other books in the series. This book and the Mister Monday feel (so far) like the biggest adventures in the series. Arthur goes everywhere and does everything and that leaves the story arc feeling very complete. The only thing I can say I disliked was how little Feverfew was actually in the book. His fight did not feel incredibly satisfying. A villain that is talked about more than he's seen is not as compelling to me. Not to mention the plethora of potential he had as an interesting antagonist that I feel we are missing out on as readers. It seems like Nix had a lot more planned for him but maybe had to cut a lot out for length perhaps? But the lack of a more compelling short-term nemesis is made up for still by the wide array of fascinating characters introduced in this book. Sunscorch is for sure now one of my absolute favorites. What a hero. <3
Favorite line in the book: "I feel it in my gut."
  • Thorgahuginn
There's certainly one thing to be said about everything Nix writes, and that is that it's rife with original creativity and completely new fantasy stories. However, sometimes the books themselves, although phenomenally imaginative, are hit or miss depending on how much Nix is able to flesh out the story. The Seventh Tower series, for instance, is deftly imagined, a two worlds drawn together through light and shadow, and the ability to use colored gemstones to create light beams that can do all sorts of interesting things. Unfortunately for whatever reason, Nix doesn't explore the world and the story enough. It's much more like eating watery soup than it is like consuming a good meal.

The Abhorsen Trilogy, on the other hand, is a great work, and although it's not a classic literature sort of story, the world itself is fleshed out well, so that the reader can really imagine the world and lose themselves in it. I feel like the Keys to the Kingdom series is a mixture of both, and I'd love to see the world more fully explored. The first book, especially, seems to move toward that path, but as the books progress, they seem to become more and more formulaic and lacking in substance. Ultimately, Nix's imagination seems to know no bounds, but if he would slow down and put more life into these books, I think they would be much better. Not to say that the books aren't fun to read, but I believe they could be fun to read and rich. Hopefully his next fantasy series will be more like The Abhorsen Trilogy.

-Lindsey Miller, [...]
  • Falya
Then I discovered your books. I feel like Columbus… finally a new retreat, a breath of fresh air, a new friend. Your books have a wonderful writing style, not layered with useless facts & fiction that add pages to the novel but nothing to the story line. I adore your humor and the interplay of the characters. Thank You for sharing your wonderful talent.
  • Golkree
Bought for a loved one of mine that enjoy this series.
  • Endieyab
Read this series as a kid back in high school. Loved them then love them still now as an adult.
  • Doomblade
A great book with amazing settings and villains, but not without its low points. Though not as good as the first two books, this one impressed me by taking Arthur's mission, which seemed like a repetition, and changed it by making one of the dreaded villains the person who actually needed saving. Garth Nix never ceases to impress me.
  • Blackbeard
A riveting read that will keep you glued to the edge of your seat, Drowned Wenesday will keep you waiting for more.
I recommend this to all young readers like me!
Garth nix is such a great author!
I really like all the magical mysteries and especially leaf and Suzy