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Runebinder

Narrated by: Zach Villa
Series: The Runebinder Chronicles, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

Magic is risen.

When magic returned to the world, it could have saved humanity, but greed and thirst for power caused mankind's downfall instead. Now once-human monsters called Howls prowl abandoned streets, their hunger guided by corrupt necromancers and the all-powerful Kin. Only Hunters have the power to fight back in the unending war, using the same magic that ended civilization in the first place.

But they are losing.

Tenn is a Hunter, resigned to fight even though hope is nearly lost. When he is singled out by a seductive Kin named Tom‡s and the enigmatic Hunter Jarrett, Tenn realizes he's become a pawn in a bigger game. One that could turn the tides of war. But if his mutinous magic and wayward heart get in the way, his power might not be used in favor of mankind.

If Tenn fails to play his part, it could cost him his friends, his life...and the entire world.

©2017 Alex R. Kahler (P)2017 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.

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  • Declan
  • 14-02-19

Terrible Narrator

The narrator for this audiobook speaks in a consistently monotonous voice with absolutely no distinction between characters. There is no emotion in the dead and dull voice - by itself that wouldn't be a deal-breaker, but the timing of the narration doesn't keep an even pace which makes attempting to adjust the narration to a comfortable and understandable speed impossible.

The narrator does a real injustice to the book. I have nearly finished the eBook but the audiobook never fails to send me to sleep before the end of chapter one.

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