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Author: Rebecca McRitchie Narrator: Eloise Oxer Publisher: HarperCollins Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Jinxed Series Release Date: August 2019 ISBN: 9781460780152
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FROM THE TALENTED AUTHOR OF WHIMSY & WOE COMES A SERIES ABOUT CORA, AN ORPHAN WHO COULD BE MAGICAL!

Cora is eleven-years-old and missing one eye. She lives with an elderly lady named Dot in a room hidden behind a wall. In a crowded, industrial city, where everyone looks out for themselves, Cora and Dot hunt and sell rare and exotic things - apple seeds, silver forks, shoe polish. Until one day, Cora finds a few words scribbled on a piece of paper.

She takes it home and says the words aloud. Then two plump, hairy fairies named Tick and Tock crash land in her path to warn her that she is in terrible danger. Cora has unknowingly summoned a sinister creature known as a Jinx. Jinxes eat magical beings and once they have a scent, they never forget it. But Cora isn't a magical being . . . is she?

Quickly, Cora is thrown headfirst into a world filled with magic, necromancers, shape-shifters, enchantresses, fairies, nightwalkers, witches and giants.

Jinxed! is the beginning of a very exciting magical new series from the talented author of Whimsy & Woe.

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About the Author

Rebecca McRitchie would love to tell you that she was raised by wolves in the depths of a snow-laden forest until she stumbled upon and saved a village from the fiery peril of a disgruntled dragon. But, truthfully, she works as a children’s editor and lives in Sydney. Whimsy and Woe and the sequel, Whimsy and Woe: The Final Act, are her first fiction titles.

About the Narrator

Eloise Oxer completed her acting training at NIDA and, since her critically acclaimed debut in The Sydney Theatre Company’s production of The Glass Menagerie, continues to feature on Australian stage and screen. She has worked with STC, MTC, and numerous independent companies both locally and interstate. Her screen credits include feature film Hunt Angels, The Cut, My Place, All Saints, and Offspring. With training in classical voice, and countless jazz and cabaret features, Eloise is a dynamic voice artist.