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Duncton Found

The Duncton Chronicles, Book 3
Narrated by: Gareth Armstrong
Series: The Duncton Chronicles, Book 3
Length: 31 hrs and 14 mins
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The triumphant third volume of the unique and magical Duncton Chronicles. 

The ruthless war against the Stone has almost been won by disciples of the Word - only wild Siabod and mysterious Beechenhill still hold out, and everywhere the followers of the Stone go in peril of their lives. Yet in the shadows of Duncton Wood a new light is shining. For the Stone Mole has come to revive the moles’ faith in themselves and in the ancient power of the Stone to defeat and deny the evil Word. But it is a task that will demand a greater sacrifice than any mole has yet to face.... 

A story of courage, loyalty and the power of love...inspired by the shadows and light of England’s most beautiful countryside.

©1989 William Horwood (P)2018 Audible, Ltd
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Dunction found

i have went through 3sets of these books as I have read them so often. The audible rendition is brilliant. now audiblr can we have the next Dunction trilogy please same narrator please. just wonderful, captivating, joyous, heartbreakingly beautiful. my all-time favourite read and listen. can't wait for the next 3 books to be recorded 💕

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Epic, worthy of recognition

The third in a trilogy - looking forward to the next trilogy that follows.
These books are long, full of character, a little excessive in some parts re: details of battle but on the whole excellent escapism from humanity!
Humans are refered to as two-foots in the world of moledom!
Not for children - the duncton stories make watership down look like Tom and gerry!

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Magical

The narrator has brought to life one of my favourite book series, and it was magical. The book is an emotional roller-coaster, with so many likable characters of whom you hope will make it to the end. For me it is Game of Thrones for moles! An absolute masterpiece of a series.

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Nicely rounds off the tale of the first 3 books

The Duncton Chronicles are one of the very few books I've read multiple times.

The story line is engaging and the Audible narration is first class - I can't recommend these books enough.

Here's looking forward to the final three books in the six book series...

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W.Horwood does it again

Yet another stupendous book from William Horwood-the question Will we read the answer ALWAYS. TOP ENJOYMENT FROM THE MAN WHO WRITES TO EASE THE SOUL

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Fantastic, but not the end of the story

Great story and amazing narration. Hope we'll soon get to return to Duncton Wood with The Book of Silence Trilogy. Privet and Rooster await!!!

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Disappointed

I found this book suddenly got too religious and this ruined it for me, it has put me off getting any of the others, I was so disappointed