A strange stranger arrives at the Murry house on this chaotic night and invites Meg, her brother Charles Wallace, and their friend Calvin O’Keefe on a most perilous and spectacular adventure—one that will endanger their lives and our universe. Everything is in A Wrinkle in Time audiobook – Time Quintet #1!
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A Wrinkle in Time audiobook‘s plot: An wicked darkness is swallowing the cosmos, and three small children are determined to put a stop to it. The Murry family lives in a little snug house in the middle of a wonderful gardened region. A scientific mother, a distant father on a secret assignment, two overprotective twins, the intriguing Charles Wallace, and the always problematic Meg. A storm foreshadows impending perils. The Darkness, the wicked Black Thing, threatens to devour the Earth and everyone on it, as well as other planets and universes that have already been damaged by its destructive influence. Meg, Charles Wallace, and a fellow schoolmate go on a desperate journey through multiple planets in search of their missing father and, perhaps, just maybe, preserve a little portion of the cosmos.
What makes A Wrinkle in Time audiobook so special? It assumes that children are intelligent enough to understand the intricacies of some very complex science, or that even if they don’t, they would follow the plot nonetheless. L’Engle does not simply state, “And then they journeyed through time.” She attempts to explain how time travel may operate. I’m curious if so many children, particularly girls, enjoyed this novel because they felt L’Engle respected them as intelligent readers.
A Wrinkle in Time audiobook portrays Meg’s personality as more multifaceted and sophisticated in literature. In fact, when reading this story, you may couldn’t help but think of her as a model for some more recent coming-of-age characters. She is bold, yet she has genuine worries about her own strength. And her friendship with Calvin is nice without going overboard.
Thus, the wickedness in A Wrinkle in Time audiobook is truly terrifying, as is the darkness. We’re talking about pure evil that presents itself in the terror and compliance of people who crumble in its presence. And the protagonists’ confrontations with evil feel authentic. The climactic scenes are perhaps a little too quick, but the nuances of the battle fit well with a remarkably philosophical (and Christian, but in a good way) resolution of the conflict between good and evil.
Other characters were also being created very well in A Wrinkle in Time audiobook: The Trio W-women and children-travel across space and visit several worlds – a utopian paradise – with monsters masquerading as humans. They first encounter evil, and then they are led to a woman to peer into a crystal ball. The youngsters are learning that the world contains both good and evil. They see a lot of darkness through that crystal ball here on Earth. They also see that artists, philosophers, and religious people are fighting evil.
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