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Summary

"Finder - Quin - when did you find your voice?" Sofi asked.

"I have had it many years," I said with a sigh. "When it came, I was too afraid to speak."

"You knew too much," Wolter nodded.

"Too much," I agreed.

Siriaa, already in its death throes, is further damaged by a ruthless politician and a rogue wizard. Quin needs powerful help to save it.

Does such a power exist?

If so, will it answer her call?

©2014 Connie Suttle (P)2016 Connie Suttle

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Not as good as first in series

This book was very choppy and disjointed, and linked to many characters and storylines from other books Connie Suttle has written, which made it difficult to follow at times. Enjoyed the first book in the series much more. I will still get the next in the series at some point but I’m in no hurry.

It had Connie Suttle’s typical storyline of endless mates which I always feel is a shame in her series. The books would be more powerful with fewer but stronger relationships being developed, rather than lots of superficial relationships. She really misses a trick there. In each book of the series she could add an extra character and build up the back story and their bond, then not add an extra mate until the next book. Instead you just feel a distant affection to them and feel dissatisfied. Wasted opportunity!

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  • larry c marshall
  • 13-04-16

Interesting read

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Lots of intrigue and suspense that continuously wet my appetite for more.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Finder, the mysticism and magic ability to heal others.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Shiromi Arserio?

most definitely.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes!

Any additional comments?

great read or listen.

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  • VT
  • 02-04-16

Another great book from Connie & great listen from Shiromi!

Love all of Connie's books! Quin's story is so intriguing and I really love Shiromi's narration of her!

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  • Southern girl
  • 18-02-18

to many names to keep track of

the story line is good but there is just too many people to keep up with, especially if you are listening to the story. I had to refer to the book to keep up with who everyone was. The author seems to have an answer to all problems no matter which direction there is someone who can continue the storyline. The narrator has an accent that people love but after a while it grates on you.

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  • Heather
  • 31-03-16

different but still good...

The second book was a lot different from the first book, it didn't seem to flow as well... it was good but choppy, going back and forth continuously through different people and you didn't get the insight of Finders/Quinn's thoughts like you did in the first. It was like some one else wrote this one... like I said still good just different.

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  • VisMeMeisV
  • 12-03-16

5 Stars, a lovely way to spend an afternoon.

A truly unique cast of characters in the old no fight between good and evil, a jouzś. CA b well done by both the author and the narrator. TÝhe only issues I have and the reason I gave 4 stars for the story instead of 5 is, the author's decision to make the end of each book extremely abrupt. There is little to no indication that the book is about to end, it simply stops. The end. So if you don't have the next book you are left truly enraptured but looking around, scratching your head trying to figure out what just happened.

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  • sandy
  • 04-02-17

bad narrator

hard to no who is talking, character confusion. terrible narrator. !!!!!!!! !!! !!! !!! !!!

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