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Bridge of Realms

Stalwart Link Series, Book 2
Narrated by: Simon Vance
Series: The Stalwart Link Series, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 12 mins
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Summary

There is no calm after the storm. But there is perseverance, ingenuity, and a whole lot of courage.  

Leo's life has been dismantled. Now with his father missing, he must rely on himself more than ever, but he's still young. His older brother does what he can to help, but soon even Andar will rely on Leo to free them from this nightmare. The king's army is taking over the city, against the wishes of every citizen, but there's something special about Leo that might change everything.  

Leo must grow up quickly to achieve his potential, but at a cost. He must join the very people who could destroy everything he cares about.

©2018 B. T. Narro (P)2019 Tantor

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great stories

great set of books love how by narro write and well performed by Simon

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Absolutely adored it

Can’t wait for the third instalment to be in the audiobook format however I am planning to order the physical copy also 🤩🤩🤩

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  • John
  • 13-07-19

Good but...

Like the first book in the series, I really enjoyed it but can't figure out why. It was very well written without much action or scope, yet I plan to keep enjoying the series!

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  • Cody Martin
  • 17-07-19

Second in the series and another success!

Listened every chance I got. I'll get the next on release day! Narration was a little better to handle this go around. It took me about 2/3 of the first book to get used to Simon Vance. It's a personal struggle for me with every new book to get a feel of how the narrator envisions the author through tone, impersonation, and other elements. Much better for me this go around

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  • Linda
  • 10-08-19

I loved it!

Great story line. I have enjoyed the book and look forward to next book in the series.

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  • Robert Calloway
  • 12-07-19

Again... skips MAJOR plot lines

This writer is VERY good at writing dialogs but skips over the story as if he's already tired of writing it...
Literally in about 4 sentences, the two main characters enter a world that should be a major plot line, to having finished 4 years training, and are off to a battle... An entire book could have been written about the change in their lives during training, but it was skipped over... Then... They go into a battle where there is more time spent over a confrontation with a superior than on the actual point of the battle, and what was happening...
Probably going to return book 1 and 2.

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  • Kat Ferguson
  • 24-08-19

A bunch of nothing

Book 1 was outrageously good - the promise of greatness was overwhelming, This sequel book is outrageously redundant. It’s like a cheap piggyback off of book one. The story doesn’t expand, the war is no closer than in book one, nothing unexpected, This sequel offers literally nothing, adds nothing. I truly can’t say that enough.

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