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The land is in turmoil. Mages are hunted by men and gods alike. Even their own kind betray each other in the name of safety and protection. 

With their last refuge fallen, two young mages must conspire against a god to show the world that their abilities aren't a curse; they are the only way to ensure lasting peace. Under the threat of anti-magic fanatics, Wren struggles to find her place as a leader and to keep her people safe as they build a new home. While Danoph searches for answers on a spiritual journey, determined to find out who he really is and where he came from in an effort to calm the coming storm. 

Their world has turned against them, yet only they can save the world.

©2018 Stephen Aryan (P)2018 Hachette Audio UK

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Superb!!

The book is very good and the author has been creative in his writing.

The narration takes this book out of this world!! Matt Addis narrates this book perfectly. His range of voices make the characters stand out with easy to recognise voices.

Where Matt Addis makes a real difference is his ability to use his pace, pitch and tone to bring the story alive, he conveys the atmosphere and the emotion of each moment, making them resonate with the listener.

He must research the books he narrates by reading each chapter taking time to understand what the author is trying to communicate, and I expect he speaks with the author to clarify how he will execute the narration.

He is the ultimate professional narrator!!

This book is good, and a mediocre narrator would not destroy the excellent story. Matt Addis complements the story perfectly.

Narration is extremely important with audio books, I try listening to a Brandon Sanderson book and could not get past the first chapter because I found the narration too bland.

I recommend this series of books, and I recommend you listen to any books narrated by Matt Addis that suit the genre of books you enjoy.

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