Book four of The Triune Stones
To fulfill her destiny as the Wanderer of legend, Ilythra needs to find the last of the Triune Stones. But its music has gone silent, its owner, the dark sorcerer Bredych, nowhere to be seen except in her dreams. Dreams that are getting ever more frequent, and more troubling.
Unrest is sweeping the land, and Ilythra's allies are paying the price as Bredych subsumes more and more kingdoms to his will. Armed with only her sword and her friends-stoic elderborn Arien and passionate warrior-prince Ryliann-she sets out to win her people back and train them to fight for themselves.
Her cause is clear, but her feelings for the two completely different yet equally admirable men, less so. With the fate of both humanity and elderborn on the line, how can she dare choose love over her destiny?
Find out how it all began in Journey of Awakening.
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A rushed ending
What about Ellen Archer’s performance did you like?
Her range of voices is amazing and second to none! You never guess as to who is speaking as all of her voices are so distinct. Her reading of the story pulls you in and you can't help but to finish the book even if the story is not all that interesting.
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This book seems rushed and almost seems like she has to finish up some loose ends and only has 2 chapters left to do it. There is not the full character development thy she was able to do in the first book. A little disappointing and some story lines were left unfinished