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The phenomenal conclusion to the Fractured Europe sequence. 

Alice works at the Scottish embassy in Tallinn in Estonia as a member of the Cultural Section. When two men bring her the jeweled skull of a Scottish saint, her world gets turned on its head, and she becomes the latest recruit to Les Coureurs des Bois. 

On a Greek island, Benno is just one of hundreds of refuges dreaming of a new life in continental Europe. After hatching an audacious escape plan, he may just get his dream, but at the price of serving some powerful mysterious new masters. 

Rudi and Rupert, the seasoned Coureur and the scientist in exile from a pocket universe, discover that someone they thought long dead is very much still alive. Not only that, but the now defunct Line - the railway that once bisected the European continent - may be being used for nefarious means. 

Proudly presenting the final chapter in the Fractured Europe sequence.

©2018 Dave Hutchinson (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Terrible Narration

Couldn't have been a worse fit for the story and the characters. When the main character is Scottish, the whole thing takes place in Europe and the West Country accent is actually important to the plot, why use an American who clearly doesn't even know where it is? He played various characters decribed in the book with the same West Country accent as Cockney (/mockney), posh English, American and some other terrible attempt. Honestly, I know this might feel like a bit of a superficial review but it totally ruined the book for me, after loving reading the first 3. I've loved using Audible for over a year now and this is the first time the narration has got in the way of the story.

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Narrator put me off

I like the Europe series but only a few minutes in and I am returning this for a refund. A realistic shamr. I found the reader too American and expressionless. Very Stephen Hawking.