Magic Factory

  • by James Livingood
  • Narrated by Michael Gilboe
  • 0 hrs and 52 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In a factory full of magic, some magic is bound to slip out and cause havoc.
Magical industry knowledge is precious and hard to find. Even the most minor spells require enormous nondisclosure waivers. Most of the experts claim the knowledge under patents to ensure they could make the most money possible. The harder that knowledge is to discover, the less competition you have. Magic factories are known to be high risk because of the stigma of sharing information. Unfortunately for the workers at this factory, that includes information on how to be safe.

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What made the experience of listening to Magic Factory the most enjoyable?

The narrations is 5 star all the way. It is an excellent story with a wonderful message. They style is enjoyable, not teachy or preachy.


What other book might you compare Magic Factory to and why?

Who Moved my Cheese
Our Iceberg is Melting

The story is enjoyable, it is brief, there is a deeper message


What does Michael Gilboe bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Michael Gilboe has a wonderful voice. His tombre and use of vocal variations made the experience more listenable and enjoyable.


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

I did listen to this in one sitting and will listen to it again.


Any additional comments?

I would recommend this to any classroom instruction at high school level or above.

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- DogsMom

The Magic Factory!

My rating: 3.5 stars
Audiobook narrator Michael Gilboe rating: 4 stars

I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review.

When I first started reading this book, it made me think of the scene in Shrek 2 where Shrek and company go and visit the place where the Fairy God Mother works, in the magic factory.

I liked the character building in this story and liked the characters. Initially this book had a “Dresden Files” feel to it but it did not capture me as much as other James Livingood’s books have. I still enjoyed it as a short story.

I thought the narrator did a good job with the book too. Thanks for the book, James!
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- Adrian

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-22-2015
  • Publisher: Paperbackward