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Breeden has been developing unusual abilities - which aren't like any type of magic he's ever heard of before. But can he master his powers in time to help thwart the plans of a vengeful god?

Breeden Andehar grew up the son of a boatwright in a village far from the capital city of Arlon. At 16, he is given a chance to receive an education at the local monastery alongside three sons of nobility, a cloth merchant's daughter, and a clever orphan. Breeden and his new friends have their education cut short when a bitter rivalry between two brother gods spawns a conflict which threatens the entire Land.

©2020 Matthew B. Berg (P)2020 Tantor

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A very good book overall with a nice array of characters that aren't too boring. I feel that this book is paving its way into a memorable series just need to wait for the rest.

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  • A Vaughn
  • 13-05-20

9 hours of nothing much

This was nine (9) hours of well written, well performed nothing much. This was not a book. This was an introduction to a larger story and would have fit well if this book was 27 hours instead of nine. This should be considered 'slice of life' instead of adventure fantasy. I am left feeling misled and annoyed with the author. If the goal was to entice me continue on to the next arc the author failed. Was it well written? Yes. How was the character development? Passable. How was the story? Comatose. Do not listen to while driving.

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  • Jonathan
  • 02-06-20

Award-wEnning... For Boredom

One of the most boring books I have ever read. The author has some talent, and the narrator is excellent, however the story is fit only for an intellectual 13 year old. Good luck finding one of those.

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