LibriVox: Grace Harlowe''s Junior Year at High School

Published February 8, 2011

LibriVox is an organisation with a simple goal - to make all public domain works accessible in audiobook form. I’ve been involved for a long while now, part of an enormous group of volunteers who record chapters, poems and entire books to attempt to reach this goal.

The third book in the Grace Harlowe series follows the girls as they face off against another enemy, only this time they create a sorority to make sure they are all on the same side. Grace Harlowe’s Junior Year at High School is another ride through a year at Oakdale High School and there’s plenty to be discussed!

This time round we follow Grace through the casting and performance of a Shakespeare play, through being wrongly accused of doing wrong, and facing off some really quite nasty robbers. Ably assisted by her loyal friends, and arguing for most of the year with newcomer Eleanor Savell, Grace eventually wins the day, although it seems as though she’ll go through it all again in her Senior Year.

Thanks to all involved with the production of this book. I had a great time reading it, although I must admit it took a lot longer than I would have liked. I may be taking a bit of a break from LibriVox while I get my life sorted out but I know that the fourth book in the series will be waiting for me when I am ready.

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