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Realm of Beasts

An Epic Fantasy Adventure with Mythical Beasts (Legend of the Nameless One, Book 1)
Narrated by: Tucker McDougall
Length: 6 hrs and 8 mins
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Summary

An enchantress and a wizard get tangled in the grisly plans of an undead creature. 

Tor Lir, the Nameless One, is unsure what he is. However, he knows he was born to bring balance to the powers of good and evil. 

Forsaking his birthplace and fleeing from suggestions of a dark knowledge he’d rather not discover, he decides to take his fate into his own hands. 

A chance encounter with a dead body, a dangerous beast, and a desirous creature lead him on the path to Paradise, where he senses imbalance. 

Banished from her village and lost in a wicked forest, Citrine makes a deal with a dark creature, but that was before she found Paradise - the legendary land of a friendly giant.

Falling in love with the land, Citrine takes advantage of her time to study the lore of herbs and craft a spell of protection for her mythical beasts.

When darkness creeps into Paradise, bringing the mysterious Nameless One and an omen of death, Citrine realizes the consequences of her actions spell danger for herself, her beasts, and Paradise.

As time runs out, the undead come to life. Citrine faces the ultimate showdown as everything she holds dear is ripped away. 

Will the Nameless One save Paradise or destroy it to welcome an era of peace?

Realm of Beasts is the first of six planned audiobooks in the epic fantasy series: Legend of the Nameless One. 

©2018 Angela J. Ford (P)2018 Angela J. Ford

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Confusing in spots, picks up near the end

Realm of Beasts by Angela Ford and narrated by Tucker McDougall is an audible book I requested and the review is voluntary.
I am an avid reader and audible listener, fantasy and science fiction are my two favorite genres but this book has me confused for most of the first half. It started to make some sense by the last half of the book. I am giving the book a 3 star because it had all sorts of interesting characters. I had no bond with any character, there was no twists or turns I could make out, but there was some world building that was interesting, and unique creatures.
The narration was good but over the top when it was performing small animals. It just sounded silly.