By T.M. Camp
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At long last, fans of "Assam & Darjeeling" can listen to the next chapter in the story of everyone's favorite little girl lost, Jee. In "The Cradle" Jee is enjoying the new freedom that comes with being an exile from the land of the living. But she soon discovers that freedom has its share of discomforts and dangers. Caught in a torrential downpour, she is taken in by a kindly old couple who, it turns out, have story of their own to tell. And Jee discovers yet again that things in the Underworld are not always what they seem.
||CleanPart Six||In the final part of our story, the storm returns and Jee must do her best to rescue Soapy from the rising waters. And, finally, it is the author who has the last word.||7/21/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPart Five||In the fifth part of our story, J.R. does his best to answer Jee's questions. Gods are discussed, songs are sung, and the baby finally falls asleep.||7/2/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPart Four||In the fourth part of our story, Jee enjoys a quiet evening on the porch while J.R. tells her a very, very old story.||6/20/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPart Three||In the third part of our story, Jee awakens to find herself the guest of a kindly old couple with a few secrets of their own.||5/24/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPart Two||In the second part of our story, Jee discovers a temple where a very old magic has taken root.||5/9/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPart One||In the first part of our story, Jee finds herself caught in a downpour... and caught in a brand new story as well.||4/29/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
Read or listen to "Assam & Darjeeling" first!
A few people have asked, so I wanted to let everyone know that while "The Cradle" is a standalone book, it does reference characters and events from "Assam & Darjeeling" (also available on iTunes).
In fact, the first line of "The Cradle" is a major spoiler for the ending of "Assam & Darjeeling" — so consider yourself warned.