The fourth audiobook in the best-selling series about half-mermaid, half-girl Emily Windsnap
Emily Windsnap's life on Allpoints Island seems perfect her family is all together again, and she has both her best friend, Shona, and her new friend Aaron with her there. Somehow, though, it still feels like something or somewhere is missing. So when Neptune gives the Windsnaps a mission that sends them all back to Brightport, their hometown, what could be better?
But as construction in Brightport threatens to destroy the nearby mer-town of Shiprock, Neptune's desire to have humans and mermaids come together seems impossible. Between trying to help humans and merfolk get along, sorting out her growing feelings toward Aaron, nding some missing sirens with Shona, and dealing with her old enemies Mandy and Mr. Beeston, Emily certainly has her ns full
About the Author
Liz Kessler is the author of the bestselling series about Emily Windsnap. Once I d written three Emily Windsnap books, she says, I felt it was time for a change. I wasn t sure what to write next and spent quite a few months umming and ahhing as I tried to decide. Then I remembered something that happened to me when I was about eight years old. It had to do with finding a daisy that I was sure was going to turn into a fairy. The idea grew and grew in my mind until I ended up with Philippa Fisher and the Fairy Godsister. Liz Kessler lives in Cornwall, England.
Finty Williams has worked extensively in theater, television, film, and audio. She has narrated books by Jean Ure, Liz Kessler, and others, including Virginia Woolf's "The Years", which was a finalist for the 2007 Audie Award for best classics narration. Her stage credits include "The Secret Life of Charlie Chaplin", "Northanger Abbey", and "The Misanthrope", while on television she has been seen in "Born and Bred", "Tales from the Crypt", and "The Torch". Her films include "Gosford Park", "The Importance of Being Earnest", "Mrs. Brown", and "The Mystery of Edwin Drood", and she has performed on radio in "Little Women" and "Winnie-the-Pooh".