A Wrinkle in Time

A Wrinkle in Time

Audiobook CD - 1993
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Young Meg Murry, her brother Charles, and their friend Calvin, embark on a journey through space and time, assisted by three eccentric women, when they set out to find Meg's father, a physicist who disappeared while experimenting with time travel.
Publisher: New York : Listening Library, p1993.
ISBN: 9780739331781
Characteristics: 5 compact discs (ca. 5 hr., 17 min.) :,digital, Dolby processed ;,12 cm.


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Greene_TimC May 05, 2020

I listen to or read this book once a year. It has been a favorite of mine since elementary school. Hope Davis does a nice job of reading the book, but if you'd like a REAL treat, hunt up the original audio book read by the author. Even if you are very familiar with the material, it is a new experience to hear Madeleine read it herself. She actually read the whole original trilogy and they are all great.

I am sure you know to avoid the "new" movie like the plague. It has little to do with the source material. The older version of the movie is ok (though much reviled for some reason).

Hope Larson's graphic novel is a a lot of fun too. Look it up!

Aug 11, 2019


Apr 22, 2019

I just can't get through this book. There is not enough excitement for me. I have tried several times and I have decided that this is not the book for me.

Mar 14, 2019

Not a good book. Avoid.

SanRafaelStaff_Joan Jul 14, 2016

Engrossing story, accessible philosophy. Exciting, scary, dramatic. Happy ending. I'd never read the book, and I'm catching up with a lot of these classics by listening as I drive about.

Jul 17, 2014

Different with every read. I loved this book as a child and still find it appealing as an adult.

rprivette Feb 15, 2012

I have enjoyed lots of Y.A. books but perhaps this one is too young for me?

samdog123 Feb 28, 2009

Meg's father, a physicist for the government, has disappeared. Meg, her brother Charles Wallace and friend Calvin must find him with the help of Mrs. Whazzit, Mrs. Who and Mrs. Which. Published in the early 60's, this book may seem somewhat dated to today's Harry Potter fans, but it's still an enjoyable read.

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