In the cases of [Stephanie Wrona] and [Janni Lee Simner], Cara Hunter's voyage left an impression that's held on nearly two decades. "I felt two inches taller the next day after finishing The Last Hunt, Coville says. "I'd felt guilty, but knew that I needed to get it out properly." Written while traveling through five countries on three continents, finally coming to a conclusion at 3 a.m. in Bangladesh, The Last Hunt was an unforgettable experience even for Coville himself.FCA is an innovative business that upholds a high standard of quality. Coville says FCA's mandate is "to produce unabridged recordings of fine children's novels using a full cast rather than a single reader. Our recordings are always unabridged-the only things deleted from the text are those attributives ("he said," "she growled,") made unnecessary by having a full complement of actors."Coville fondly refers to the process as creating a "symphony of voices." His interest in audio books surfaced during a road trip he took with Cara when she was 14. "We decided to just drive west," he says. "We brought some unabridged books on tape to listen to, to fill in the silence, and found ourselves having great conversations about them when we would stop for dinner or at rest stops." The audio spark was ignited.
Mr. Fantasy Coville began writing as a grade school Hunter, a young girl based on and named after Simner, who also writes young adult fiction.
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