The whole Archie trilogy is now available on Audible, narrated by the wonderful Mark Topping.
Have a listen to a FREE sample reading – I think Mark has done a wonderful job of bringing Archie and his adventures to life! Just click on the titles below to access the audio version:
The three books are also included in the Audible Plus catalogue. Audible Plus is an unlimited service that provides listeners with a wide variety of Audible Originals, audiobooks, and podcasts.
We all know that Archie likes to explore, and we’ve just heard that he’s off to Russia! The Archie trilogy is soon to be published by the big Russian publishing house, Eksmo, and we are look forward to welcoming a whole new audience to his magical adventures.
Just published in Germany, the paperback edition of Archie Greene and the Alchemist’s Curse, re-titled Archie Greene and the Curse of the Invisible Ink!
“I am a “seasoned” adult, but the child within me enjoyed Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret with every fiber of its being. I’ve been a writer/editor (but not of books) for over 35 years, so I know a good story when I read it. You are a brilliant weaver of tales, D. D. Everest, and you certainly know how to wrap up a story with a powerful ending! Every time I think of the hero, The Book of Blessings, it makes me smile deep down. Thank you for this beautiful and magical story.”
Thank you, Debbie, glad you enjoyed it! – D.D. Everest
Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret is very proud to be celebrating Libraries Week with The Week Junior and other fantastic, magical libraries!
These freshly published editions have just landed on the bookshelves of Poland, Finland and Germany. Archie Greene and the Raven’s Spell in Poland and Finland, and Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret is now available in paperback in Germany, under the alternative – and equally good! – title Archie Greene and the Library of Magic:
Thank you Faber & Faber for posting out these shiny new copies! Who else loves the scent of new books?
All the way down under in Tasmania young Beau (age 7) had his school’s Book Week parade recently and, being a newly-converted fan to Archie Greene, had only one character he wanted to dress up as. And look at what a fabulous effort he made, complete with shiny Flame of Pharos in his right hand:
The Reading Rabbits of Highgate Primary have been so busy! They’ve read Archie Greene and the Magician’s Secret together, and have been writing magical codes and book reviews, creating wanted posters and even making their own motion potions, magical objects and poppers!
Yet another beautiful hardback edition from my Japanese publishers, who commissioned their own special illustrations too. I just wish I could read Japanese!
My 10 years old son has read all the books. The last one didn’t take long time and it was the best, so I was told. For how long we have to wait the next book?
Tiina, from Finland
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