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Dreamwalker

Legends of the Fallen, Book 1
Narrated by: Jennifer Blom
Series: Legends of the Fallen, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 44 mins
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Summary

She's dreamed of being a great warrior. Instead, she becomes her world's worst nightmare. 

Aria is living the life of a healer, a position that's been forced on her to keep her away from her dream-walker abilities and her true desire of being a warrior. But there's one dream that refuses to leave her alone - a man in a barren landscape of sand and rocks and ur'gel, deadly creatures designed for war.

But as she fights to learn how to hone her dream-walker gifts in order to save this man whom she feels an odd connection to, her world folds in around her. Her village is attacked, and her brother is taken. The ur'gel demand one thing: bring Beru.

The man from her dreams.

But all the information she has about the man called Beru is that he was a traitor to the great hero, Onen Suun, who imprisoned the fallen over two centuries ago. If she frees this enemy in order to save her brother, how could she live with herself?

But if she doesn't and her brother dies....

Save her brother or start a war. The decision is hers.

©2019 J.A. Culican (P)2019 J.A. Culican

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Entertaining in the extreme

This story line follows a young girl who is being pushed int healing by her mother even though she wants to be a warrior. Circumstances come along that forces her to evaluate just what she really is and what she should be doing with her life. When her brother is kidnapped and she is forced to rescue a prisoner in order to free him she has deep soul searching that goes on and evaluation of who she is and what she believes.

This book is well written and takes the reader/listener through many adventures in the path the young girl takes. The narrator did an outstanding job on the many voices and emotions.

This book was provided free of charge and this review is freely given.

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amazing book

She's dreamed of being a great warrior. Instead, she becomes her world's worst nightmare.
living the life of a healer, a position that's been forced on her to keep her away from her dream-walker abilities and her true desire of being a warrior.
amazing story can't wait for more books

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  • William Cady
  • 09-11-19

Female-Led Fantasy with a Lot of Potential

I received a review copy of this audiobook.

I like this book a lot more than I respect it. There’s a lot of good stuff going on, but there are also a lot of rough edges that I would prefer or smoothed down. For example, the first few chapters explain that this world has elves, dragons, magic, and something called “Ur’gel” (which are clearly meant to be a legally distinct version of Orcs). However, the elves and dragons have no bearing on the story at all, and nothing about the Ur’gel being non-human contributes either. By stripping out these elements (and a few other superfluous fantasy details) and focusing on the magic and world-building that DID work, it could have really been special. As it is, I still enjoyed it immensely and in no way regret my choice to listen.

TL;DR: It has more potential excellence than actual excellence, but it’s still a fun read.

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  • HALIMA SALAMI
  • 30-03-20

Interesting Series

I really enjoyed this book, and I am looking forward to reading the next one.

Jennifer Blom was an excellent narrator, I found her voice really pleasant.

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  • jennine.
  • 26-10-19

Interesting

l quite enjoyed this story. it was well told and the story kept my attention throughout.

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  • Rony Kumar Mondol
  • 02-09-19

Love this series!

If you really wanted a cool journey you really need to listen this series! It’s exciting, funny, sad, and lots of action as well as things you don’t see coming!

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  • trufriends
  • 26-08-19

great series

J.A. Culican does it again with this story, you can't help but get sucked into this world and want more.