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Calling Crow: Book One of the Southeast Series Audiobook

Calling Crow: Book One of the Southeast Series

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It's 1555. Calling Crow is haunted by his recurring dream of the Destroyer who will one day lay waste to his village. Then Spanish colonial slavers from the island of Hispaniola arrive on the shores of the Southeast, lands that have been home to the Muskogee people for generations. Calling Crow and another brave are taken and bound into slavery. Life in the gold pits and slave camps is humiliating and brutal, but Calling Crow refuses to let them break his spirit. Aided by a kindly priest, Calling Crow vows to learn the language and ways of an overwhelmingly powerful enemy in order to eventually save his own people. But first he must regain his own freedom.

©1995 Paul Clayton (P)2015 Paul Clayton

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  • Marla
    21/10/15
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    "Good Read"
    Would you listen to Calling Crow: Book One of the Southeast Series again? Why?

    No but would like to listen to the next book in the series.


    Who was your favorite character and why?

    Calling Crow was my favorite character. He has such endurance.


    What does Kevin Arthur Harper bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    Listening is like watching a play to me. It brings in a different dimension.


    If you could take any character from Calling Crow: Book One of the Southeast Series out to dinner, who would it be and why?

    The good priest. He had his place with God and was right with the world.


    Any additional comments?

    This audiobook was provided by the author/narrator/publisher free of charge in exchange for an unbiased review.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Deedra
    United States
    19/09/16
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    "Calling Crow 1"

    Calling crow is a Native American person.This story is sad and maybe true.We live ,through this book ,the saga of the people through invasion by the Spanish and then the Europeans. Calling crow loses his family and ends up living as a Spaniard with a wife in a different land.When he returns to his people he is deemed the devil,he brings a foriegn sickness with him.He is being chased by his own people as the book ends.Kevin Arthur Harper does a wonderful job with the voices in this book.
    I was given a free copy for an honest review.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Lori
    10/09/16
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    "Sucked me in!!!"

    I don't typically read historical fiction, however this book was suggested by a friend of mine so I gave it a try. It took a few chapters in the story line but then it had my complete attention!!! This is a great story full of twists and turns. The Narrater is right up there with the best of them. His ability to change from one characters voice to another was so smooth! I tried to find some thing I didn't like about this book and found it impossible. I am now listening to the second book in this series by the same Narrater and again he's nailing it!!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Teresa
    United States
    01/12/15
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    "Calling Crow: A Good Start in the Series"

    "Calling Crow" was a nice listen. It had good characters and good world-building which will be great for the Southeast Series. It started out with a lot of oomph but a few times it was a little slow and that being said, I think this was a great start to a lively new series. Paul Clayton is an attentive author paying attention to detail which I liked. I'll be interested in seeing what direction book two takes. Nice work.

    Kevin Arthur Harper had a great voice for Calling Crow. He has a nice tone and quality and speaks clearly at a good pace. I have only one little nit pick. Changing voices threw me off a few times. I know this is really hard to do but I think staying with the same voice is perhaps better. He's a fantastic narrator.

    "This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast."

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Robin
    San Antonio, Texas, United States
    03/11/15
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    "Engrossing story once I got into it."

    Indian chief captured and enslaved by the Spanish manages to return to mainland from Hispaniola and escape. Returning eventually to his village he is an outcast even there.

    I love Kevin Harper's narration but in this case the Spanish accent was distracting. It reminded me of the old Cisco Kid tv shows.

    I was given this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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