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Name:Michael Chabon Summerland MakeGreatMusic net

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01 The Worst Ballplayer in the History of Clam Island, Washington.mp3 (Size: 815.39 MB) (Files: 26)

 01 The Worst Ballplayer in the History of Clam Island, Washington.mp3

52.24 MB

 02 A Hot Prospect.mp3

40.83 MB

 03 A Whistled-up Wind.mp3

57.35 MB

 04 The Middling.mp3

34.83 MB

 05 Escape.mp3

45.18 MB

 06 Thor's Crossing.mp3

16.44 MB

 07 The Eighteenth Giant Brother.mp3

14.61 MB

 08 Taffy.mp3

12.73 MB

 09 A Game of Catch.mp3

35.25 MB

 10 Mr. Feld in the Winterlands.mp3

46.85 MB

 11 The Herald.mp3

13.64 MB

 12 The Royal Traitor.mp3

24.60 MB

 13 The Housebreakers of Dandelion Hill.mp3

20.18 MB

 14 A Mother's Tears.mp3

15.88 MB

 15 Grim.mp3

30.70 MB

 16 A Rat in the Walls.mp3

15.27 MB

 17 The Research of Mr. Feld.mp3

14.14 MB

 18 On Three Reubens Field.mp3

28.84 MB

 19 The Lost Camps.mp3

62.57 MB

 20 Rancho Encantado.mp3

25.82 MB

 21 Jennifer T. and the Wormhole.mp3

34.25 MB

 22 The Bottom-Cat.mp3

23.24 MB

 23 The Conquest of Outlandishton.mp3

23.61 MB

 24 Applelawn.mp3

50.61 MB

 25 A Game of Worlds.mp3

33.73 MB

 26 Epilogue_ Life, the World, and Baseball, in the Days After the Flood.mp3

41.99 MB


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Title: Summerland
Author: Michael Chabon
Read By: Michael Chabon
Copyright: 2002
Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Highbridge Audio
Abridged/Unabridged: Unabridged
File Information
Number of MP3s: 26
Total Duration: 14h50m
Total MP3 Size: 815.4 Mb
Encoded At: 128 kbps 44 kHz
ID3 Tags: v2.2

Track List
First Base
Chapter 01 - The Worst Ballplayer in the History of Clam Island, Washington
Chapter 02 - A Hot Prospect
Chapter 03 - A Whistled-up Wind
Chapter 04 - The Middling
Chapter 05 - Escape

Second Base
Chapter 06 - Thor's Crossing
Chapter 07 - The Eighteenth Giant Brother
Chapter 08 - Taffy
Chapter 09 - A Game of Catch
Chapter 10 - Mr. Feld in the Winterlands
Chapter 11 - The Herald
Chapter 12 - The Royal Traitor
Chapter 13 - The Housebreakers of Dandelion Hill
Chapter 14 - A Mother's Tears
Chapter 15 - Grim
Chapter 16 - A Rat in the Walls
Chapter 17 - The Research of Mr. Feld
Chapter 18 - On Three Reubens Field

Third Base
Chapter 19 - The Lost Camps
Chapter 20 - Rancho Encantado
Chapter 21 - Jennifer T. and the Wormhole
Chapter 22 - The Bottom-Cat
Chapter 23 - The Conquest of Outlandishton
Chapter 24 - Applelawn
Chapter 25 - A Game of Worlds

Chapter 26 - Epilogue: Life, the World, and Baseball, in the Days After the Flood

Summerland is a magical place, where the local Little League gathers to play baseball on a perfectly manicured lawn, and the sun is always shining in a flawless blue sky. However, the small beings known as ferishers, who ensure this perfect weather, are threatened by an ancient enemy and need a hero—a baseball star, in fact—to vanquish their foe. The ferishers recruit Ethan Feld, possibly the worst ballplayer in the history of the league, as their chosen leader. No one is more surprised than Ethan at their choice, but their faith spurs him on. Accompanied by his determined friend Jennifer T. Rideout and a motley crew of creatures that includes everything from a sasquatch to a werefox, Ethan struggles to defeat giants, bat-winged goblins, and one of the toughest ball clubs in the realms of magic to save the Summerlands, and, ultimately, the world. Michael Chabon, one of the most acclaimed storytellers of our time, creates a whole new universe richly drawn from American folklore, with legendary beings, monsters, and mythical creatures inhabiting a magical landscape where the powers of the past and the future, of good and evil, are locked in grand battle.

Michael Chabon was born in 1963, in Washington, D.C., and raised mostly in suburban Maryland. He studied at the University of Pittsburgh, earned his M.F.A. in Creative Writing at U.C. Irvine. Since 1997 he has been living with his wife, Ayelet Waldman, also a novelist, and their children, in Berkeley, California.
He has previously published The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay, The Mysteries of Pittsburgh, and Wonder Boys, as well as two collections of short stories, A Model World and Other Stories, and Werewolves In Their Youth. Chabon has also written articles and essays, as well as some work for film and television. His story 'Son of the Wolfman' was chosen for the 1999 O. Henry collection and for a National Magazine Award. The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier Clay won the New York Society Library Prize for Fiction, the Bay Area Book Reviewers Award, the Commonwealth Club Gold Medal, and the Pulitzer Prize. Chabon also travels and lectures widely. He is currently working on a new novel, Hatzeplatz, and a book of short stories, Tales of Mystery and Imagination.

Kirkus Reviews 'Well, we got no choice, an' that's a fact. The Rade has showed up, years before we ever done expected them, and yer about ten years shy o' half-cooked, but we got no choice. There ain't no time ta go looking for another champion. I guess ya'll hafta do.' Thus is 11-year-old Ethan Feld, the worst ballplayer in the history of the game, drafted by the Home Run King of three worlds to forestall the end of the world at Ragged Rock. Ragged Rock is not a place but a moment-the last out of the bottom of the ninth-and the Rade is the combined hordes of Coyote, the Changer, who is bent on poisoning the four great branches of the World Tree. After the death of his mother, however, Ethan hasn't much faith in his ability to be anybody's hero, but when his Zeppelin-designer father is kidnapped by Coyote to engineer Ragged Rock, he takes up a baseball-bat-sized chunk of the World Tree and joins the cause. Plaiting together elements from Scandinavian and Native American mythology, American legend, and world literature, Pulitzer-winner Chabon (The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, 2000, etc.), writing for young people for the first time, constructs a uniquely American fantasy peopled by were-animals, sasquatches, giants, and ferishers-fairies who look like nothing so much as 18-inch-high storybook Indians-and fueled by a healthy reverence for the Great American Game. As catcher and slugger for Big Chief Cinquefoil's Traveling Shadowtails All-Star Baseball Club, Ethan is joined by Clam Island teammates Jennifer T. Rideout and Thor Wignutt, and an assortment of otherworldly supporters. Together they barnstorm across the Summerlands until, at Diamond Green, they meet Coyote and his team ofHobbledehoys, for one last, great game. The sprawling, vigorous narrative pulls out all the stops, gleefully reveling in the wonders it produces at every turn, from the magically ever-sunny corner of drizzly Clam Island to the varied denizens of the Summerlands. This raucous, exhilarating, joyful, and, above all, fun offering displays an enormous respect for the tradition of great fantasies that come before it, from Irving, Baum, and Nesbit, to Lewis, Tolkien, and Pullman, while confidently taking its place beside them.

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