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Duane's Pick of the Week

Duane's Pick of the Week
Alcatraz 1: Alcatraz Versus The Evil Librarians
Written by Brandon Sanderson

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In the latest edition of Duane’s Pick of the Week, GraphicAudio’s Director of Production spotlights our new series from Brandon Sanderson, Alcatraz 1: Alcatraz Versus The Evil Librarians.

This story follows 13-year-old Alcatraz Smedry, an orphan who’s been through numerous foster homes. On his 13th birthday, Alcatraz receives his inheritance - a bag of sand. This isn’t just any bag of sand, however, as it’s quickly stolen by a cult of evil Librarians. These Librarians are planning to take over the world by spreading misinformation, and the sand turns out to be the key to doing so!

While this kid-friendly series is not an epic fantasy like Mistborn, there’s still something for listeners of all ages to enjoy. Duane points out that Sanderson is a master storyteller, creating a work that will appeal to adults as well. Outstanding performances from Alejandro Ruiz and Chris Genebach round out a production that’s a fun adventure for the young - and the young at heart!

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