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The Ghost House (Sarah Jane Adventures) Audio CD – Abridged, Audiobook, Unabridged
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A crack in time and a lost child mean trouble for Sarah Jane in this thrilling story, read by Elisabeth Sladen. Up early one morning, Sarah Jane is astonished to seethat the house opposite hers has changed overnight: what used to be a non descript 1970s family home has been replaced by a smart Victorian residence. How did a house from 1884 suddenly materialise in Bannerman Road? Where has the old O'Brien place gone? And more importantly, who - or what - has caused this temporal anomaly? Sarah Jane and friends must find out before time itself explodes and destroys the world...Elisabeth Sladen, who stars as Sarah Jane in the CBBC TV series, reads this exclusive audio story which has been written by bestselling author Stephen Cole. The cover photograph shows Elisabeth Sladen as Sarah Jane with Anjli Mohindra as Rani, Thomas Knight as Luke, and Daniel Anthony as Clyde.
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As with the others in this range elisabeth sladen has an excellent reading voice and is a pleasure to listen to, and she does some good versions of the voices for the other characters from the programme, and some nicely varied ones for the other characters that are new to the story.
this story involves strange events on bannerman road, where sarah jane lives. an ordinary sunday morning is interrupted when sarah jane notices that a house on the road has suddenly been replaced by one from the 19th century. trying to investigate what has happened leads to an adventure involving travel between two different years, aliens, and a race against time to prevent the world being destroyed.
business as usual, then. but the story manages to succeed thanks to the quality of the production. all the characters are written well and you can imagine this story working on tv. and the atmosphere is very well done, using a piece of victorian style music that gets abruptly halted at points by events. the effect of this is very good. there are a couple of good moral lessons in it about communication and making the most of your life, but they never overwhelm things and make the listener think for themselves.
another decent listen in a decent range that will keep fans of the show more than happy