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Months later, Rex is approached again by his enigmatic employers with a new mission. Find out who is draining American Olympians of their muscle, leaving them shriveled up and weak. Rex travels to the Olympics in Berlin with Penelope and his trusty sidekick MIKHAIL "MICK" GOLDSTEIN.
At a welcoming party, Rex and Penelope meet the British agent also assigned to the case: ALEXANDER TANNER, Rex's older, smarter, more handsome brother, with whom Rex shares a bitter, life-long sibling rivalry.
Rex's bitterness is exacerbated when he discovers that his brother's new flame is MARIEL, Rex's first girlfriend. But, when an attack occurs at the party, and another American Olympian is discovered emaciated, the brothers put aside their rivalry. After an unsuccessful attempt to apprehend the villains, Rex concedes that perhaps the mission is too big for one man and that he may need to team up with his brother, rather than compete with him.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR Katie Leigh has voiced characters in many well-known and award winning animations over the years (My Little Pony, Adventures in Odyssey, Muppet Babies). Now, Katie makes her directorial debut with this action-packed, family adventure. Listen to Katie describe what it was like to direct for the first time in the bonus behind-the-scenes interview included with the feature.
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By R. Mitchell on 10-21-14
A thrill trip to the days gone by of great radio!
What did you love best about Rex Tanner: And the Sword of Damocles?
Reminiscent of former days when families gathered round to "watch the radio"! A professional production with perfectly cast voice talent bringing a well-written script to life - super hero style! Great balance of humor, excitement and mystery perfect for adults and older children alike. So grab the family and gather around the Ipad - you won't be disappointed.
What about the narrators’s performance did you like?
Captured the right tone and emphasis as needed throughout the story without being distracting. Narrator become one of the characters.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Loved the humor.