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Darksong Rising Audiobook

Darksong Rising: Spellsong Cycle, Book 3

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Publisher's Summary

Listeners first met Anna Marshall in The Soprano Sorceress, when she wished to be anything other than a music teacher and singer in Iowa - this was before she was pulled into the world of Erde, where her gift of song became a gift of magic. Her musical ability has since given Anna influence, control, and the potential to be an enormously powerful sorceress.

Now, as the regent of Defalk, Anna must battle two men who would destroy her and claim Defalk for their own.

©1999 L. E. Modesitt, Jr. (P)2015 Tantor

What the Critics Say

"Modesitt's deceptively simple prose and true-to-life characters add a realistic touch to an epic tale of magic, love, and war." (Library Journal)

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  • Dustin
    fairport, NY, United States
    22/06/15
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    an OK story but it is not as clean and flowing like t H e authors other books. the characters did not seem human or intelligent.

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  • Dallas Wright
    Bonham, Texas
    18/04/15
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    "good enough, not wonderful"

    Continuation of a predictable storyline. The reader looses some effectiveness trying to effect male vocal tones, and still, the term is VOCALEEZ, not vocalize. Tantor Media, please consider technical advisors for your readers.

    1 of 3 people found this review helpful

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