Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook is a fictional book that explores themes of appearance and destiny. Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook is a delightful narrative about how looks may be misleading, and how we might surpass our preconceptions of what we’re capable of.
Sophie is the eldest sister in Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook. She resides in Market Chipping, Ingary’s imaginary realm. Because it is widely assumed in her community that the oldest would never be happy, she has accepted this reality. Each day, she sells hats at the boutique and creates the most gorgeous outfits.
In Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook free, a witch walks into the store one day, seeking her sister. She thinks Sophie is the one she is searching for, and then Sophie refuses to inform her where she may locate a wizard called Howl, the Witch of the Waste transforms her into an old witch. She is no longer able to work in the store, therefore she departs and gets work as a cleaner at Howl’s moving castle.
Calcifer, Howl’s fire demon, promises to transform Sophie again if she would discover a method to breach the agreement made between them. Both Howl and Calcifer are not allowed to provide the specifics, Sophie has to predict what will breach the agreement. After a series of events, Sophie applies her power to bring objects to existence to carefully breach the agreement without harming them, and Howl is ultimately freed with the demise of the Witch of the Waste. Calcifer then breaks the curse and restore Sophie to her real age.
In Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook free, finally, Howl and Sophie declare their love for one another, and both of them live happily ever after.
Diana Wynne Jones wrote Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook.
Diana Wynne Jones was born on the 16th of August 1934 in the UK. She was a writer, poet, scholar, and critic. She mostly authored fiction and science fiction stories for kids and young people. Despite her writing is typically classified as fiction, it also includes science fantasy ideas and aspects of reality. The Chrestomanci book, the Dalemark series, the three Moving Castle books, Dark Lord of Derkholm, and The Tough Guide to Fantasyland are among her best-known works.
Numerous fictional writers have mentioned Jones as motivation, such as Philip Pullman, Penelope Lively, Dina Rabinovitch, Neil Gaiman, and several other writers. Gaiman also described Jones as the best author of her era. Her writings had received many nominations for prizes. She was shortlisted for several awards but particularly won the Mythopoeic Award twice, British Fantasy Award in the year 1999, and the World Fantasy Award in 2007.
Jones went to the Friends’ School and Saffron Walden. She graduated with a degree in English from St Anne’s College in Oxford. There she took seminars of C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien in 1956 prior to her graduation. She and John Burrow, a mediaeval literary researcher, got married the following year, and they had 3 children.
She passed away of lung cancer on the 26th of March 2011, at the age of 76.
The narrator of Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook is Jenny Sterlin. Other audiobooks that Jenny Sterlin has also narrated are Dreaming of the Bones, Sorcerer to the Crown, and House of Many Ways.
The length of Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook is 8 hours and 34 minutes.
Recorded Books published Howl’s Moving Castle audiobook on 11/14/2008.