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The Kalarthri

The Way to Freedom Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Katherine ANDERSON
Series: The Way to Freedom Series, Book 1
Length: 3 hrs and 54 mins
Categories: Young Adults, Ages 13 & Up
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Summary

Taken from her home. Owned by the State. Paired with a monster.

An accident of birth...

Every ten years the Imperium Provosts travel the provinces of the Great Suene Empire and take every second born child as the property of the Emperor. His due for their continued protection.

Kalena, taken from her family and friends finds herself alone and scared in the imperial Stronghold of Darkon. And when she cries out to the darkness for help, Kalena is shocked when it answers her back.

This is the first book in the Way to Freedom Serial. The next book is The Dream Thief. If you like the Dragonriders of Pern, then you will like this series.

Also.

Get The Way to Freedom: The Complete Season One (Books 1-5, does not include The Cavern of Sethi

©2013 Hayley M Keeton (P)2019 Hayley M Keeton

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  • 14-01-20

The way to freedom

I had mixed feeling about this book. I knew, when I first started listening to it the main character would be young (eleven years old), which is fine. However, as the book progressed the young girl seemed to act older then her age and she managed to get another person (15 years old) to break a rule. After this certain things that happen become unbelievable for me. If we knew more about the world before this happened then I might have excepted the things the main character and the reaction of the secondary characters due to this.
I felt this was a good story but as I mentioned before there were a few things that I found really hard to believe even for a fantasy.
Then, I hear you say why did I give it four stars? Well, the author had me intrigued and they had me listening to the whole audiobook, so, in my opinion they deserve the four stars. If the other things in the book where solved then I would have given it a five.
Would I listen/read book two? Yes, it would be interesting to see what happens in the world (we got hints of change) and how the main character develops.
I felt this book is more for Middle grade, but adults might like it too.