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The Raveling: The Complete Saga
- By: Alec Hutson
- Narrated by: Guy Williams
- Length: 51 hrs and 4 mins
Long ago, the world fell into twilight, when the great empires of old consumed each other in sorcerous cataclysms. In the south, the Star Towers fell, swallowed by the sea, while the black glaciers descended upon the northern holdfasts, entombing the cities of Min-Ceruth in ice and sorcery. Then from the ancient empire of Menekar, the paladins of Ama came, putting every surviving sorcerer to the sword and cleansing their taint from the land. The pulse of magic slowed, fading like the heartbeat of a dying man. But after a thousand years, it has begun to quicken again.
Epic Fantasy - with all the tropes
- By M on 01-04-20
Swing and a miss
1st book a good start coming of age story
2nd book starts off well, however the central character doesn’t develop and by the end is no more developed then at the beginning.
by the end it’s very easy to hate the central character.
The author tries to make other bit part characters more important to take the lake of Kailen development but fails.
3rd book you just want the main character to die, I think the author wanted that as well.
I think by book 3 the author realises the Pure mechanic is too over powered, that the rest of the book doesn’t work or make sense.
There also fed up of the Kailen character and realises they’ve failed to make the character work. So they rushed out a load of garbage to finish the plot arc, this is very noticeable I would recommend you don’t waste money or a credit on this let alone the 50+ hours listening to it.
Twinborn Chronicles: Awakening Collection
- By: J.S. Morin
- Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
- Length: 67 hrs and 32 mins
Kyrus had lived a quiet life as a scribe until his dreams begin seeping into his waking life. Fanciful tales of magic and battle turn out to be real. In his sleep, he witnesses the adventures of his twin. Kyrus is swept up in the intrigues of those who already know of this connection between worlds. As his knowledge of the two worlds grows, so does his entanglement in the intrigues between them. Kyrus discovers friends, lovers, and adversaries among the twinborn. His knowledge of magic grows until he becomes a valuable pawn for masterminds of plots that threaten empires.
- By janet smith on 24-07-19
Another beta book
I’m afraid the writer really doesn’t understand how to make a character, the central character is such a beta cuck. By the end of the 1st part you feel embarrassed for the characters and his pathetic nature. Sorry other than the fact it’s really long there’s only so much effort you can put. Into listening to a character that’s happy getting screwed over by his best mates dad, his best mate and ex girlfriend for 30+ hours save your credits hire something shorter but with a better charactet
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