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The Afterland Chronicles Boxed Set, Books 1 - 3

Narrated by: John H. Fehskens
Series: The Afterland Chronicles, Book 1-3
Length: 16 hrs and 59 mins
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Summary

The fantasy series that every fan of Throne of Glass and Harry Potter needs to listen to. This three-novel boxed audiobook set follows the adventures of Rose, a girl who died, only to be reborn Into a land of magic, privilege, and prejudice, where wizards and dragons reign. There, she is asked to lead a magical war against a being so powerful, that he once obliterated an entire race. Entering the Aurum Oratory, a school of magic and wizardry, Rose is prepared for a dangerous, magical quest. Its aim - to destroy one of the greatest evils of all time.

The trilogy includes:

Ascension of the Whyte, Ryte of Passage, and Ice and Fyre

©2017 Karen Wrighton (P)2017 Karen Wrighton

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disappointing narrator

it might really have been good with a decent narrator. this guy really is crap

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  • 30-05-19

Not necessarily a waste of time

This set of books were ok but really lacked in keeping you interested. Story was simple enough good vs evil with all the required drama but it just seemed lacking in excitement and suspense. Story telling was not great but not bad as the performance seemed at times to blend character voices together. Basically a tale of good vs evil with a subplot of the world today with its "racism" and wrong doing.