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Publisher's Summary

Fans of Big Fish, Peter Pan, and Roald Dahl will fall in love with Circus Mirandus, which celebrates the power of seeing magic in the world.
Do you believe in magic?
Micah Tuttle does.
Even though his awful great-aunt Gertrudis doesn't approve, Micah believes in the stories his dying grandpa Ephraim tells him of the magical Circus Mirandus: the invisible tiger guarding the gates, the beautiful flying birdwoman, and the magician more powerful than any other - the Man Who Bends Light. Finally Grandpa Ephraim offers proof. The circus is real. And the lightbender owes Ephraim a miracle. With his friend Jenny Mendoza in tow, Micah sets out to find the circus and the man he believes will save his grandfather.
The only problem is the lightbender doesn't want to keep his promise. And now it's up to Micah to get the miracle he came for.
©2015 Cassie Beasley (P)2015 Listening Library
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Critic Reviews

"Bronson Pinchot performs with the wise air of a storyteller, an appropriate style for a novel built on the tales that Micah's Grandpa Ephraim tells about the magical circus he visited as a boy.... A solid fantasy particularly good for family listening." (AudioFile)
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By Sara on 02-08-16

This book was okay.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The narrator was a little whinny at times. I also just wasn't that into the story line. I kept wanting more, more character development, more of a streaming story line, more fun and adventure.

Did Circus Mirandus inspire you to do anything?

No. I ilked the Night Circus so much better. That was an inspiring book.

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By Benjamin B Young on 01-01-17

Needs better women characters

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Better characters where women aren't evil, rigid, or boring.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Circus Mirandus?

The first half.

Any additional comments?

Took too long, the story is fairly uneventful so it could have moved more quickly.

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1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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