Amusing Victorian Children's Story Prince Vance Audiobook



Character Conversation Dialogue Narration

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Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)


British (General) Trans-Atlantic


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when back came the jellyfish, quite unhurt. And for his cheerful as ever. Now, why should you take the trouble to do a thing of that so demanded fish. It cannot amuse you and it doesn't hurt me. I shall certainly fought back a Guinness, often as you throw me away. So you see it is of no use. And if it is no use, why, it's certainly not useful. I suppose even you can see that feed me. I don't see any way of feeding you, replied the prince with his mouth full of sugar. Apricot. You certainly have no mouth, but he's apparently true. Returned the fish amicably, but just Leia stuff Bon bon on top of me and see what will happen. The prince did as he was bid and have the satisfaction of seeing a large orange cream melt gradually away as the jellyfish slowly drew it into himself. The prince had eaten for once in his life all the sugar plums he wanted and had just taken a drink of water from the cold, clear Brooke when he heard a voice like thunder rolling among the hills.