Summary

1885: Five years after his release from prison, Montmorency is working undercover for the government. But his life, and national security, are threatened by his addiction to drugs. Can his friends restore his health in time to discover who is bombing London, and why, on the Scottish island of Tarimond, a whole generation of children has died?
©2004 Eleanor Updale (P)2014 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amanda on 04-04-08

An excellent listen

This is the second installment of the Montmorency story. The first instalment is not unfortunately available with Audible yet. Stephen Fry's beautiful reading of this epic tale is brilliant. However, I would advise that you either read or listen to the first book before purchasing this title, as the characters introduced in the first book are central to the story of the second. Perhaps Audible can obtain the rights to the first book as well...

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5 out of 5 stars
By Harriet Strain on 21-05-08

montmorency on the rocks

THis was an excellent listen. We listened to it as a family age range 9-45 and it entertained us all. Stephen Fry reads brilliantly. The plot was intruiguing and kept us involved unitl the end.

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