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The Memory Stone, Part II

Narrated by: Peter Kenny
Length: 18 hrs and 31 mins
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Summary

Theus's journey continues in The Memory Stone, Part II.

Within the past year of his life, Theus has seen freedom and slavery, affection and spite, wealth and poverty - now, his adventures are about to grow more consequential and intense as the gods of the land begin to rely on him personally and exclusively to travel from conflict to conflict, as they try to use him to tamp down the outbreak of evil and violence that is threatening every human in the lands ruled by Stoke.

Theus will be confronted with tests, challenges, and adventures as he slowly takes a round-about path towards his final confrontation with Donal. Heartbroken, poisoned, and traveling in stunned pain, Theus will return to the great cities of the kingdom as he moves away from his past, and towards the unimaginable battles that await him in his future.

©2017 Jeffrey Quyle; 2018 Podium Publishing

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  • Mikey
  • 13-05-18

a good story, great performance

The writer doesn't trust the reader to remember anything, bombarded with retelling who, what, where... ect. As an audio book this is fine, if I were reading this I would have lost interest. The narrator did a great reading, put life into character while reading to us.

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  • Steve
  • 18-02-18

Wow

This author built a great world. Characters you really cared for. Then rushed the ending and ruined it! After like 40 hours the ending is less then six minutes. Did not wrap up so many things! Enjoy the books they were great but the ending leaves much to be desired!

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  • WOI
  • 05-01-19

Continuation of a fun, clean story

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I am currently enjoying the second book in the series The Memory Stone by Jeffrey Quyle. Clean and enjoyable, this story follows the many adventures of Theus as he endeavors to combat evil and make sense of his newly found unique talents and magical abilities.

There is an aspect of romance in this book; however, it is not a lustful "romance". It is a romance truly born out of love and respect. That is one of the many reasons I like the book.

I also enjoy the book because a lot of the characters in the book are simply "good-people." Many times in books and movies the protagonist is one of only a few good people; he/she faces insurmountable odds against many ill-meaning and questionable characters. However, in this book, many of the characters are truly good-people. And, with the hostility in our society these days, it is simply refreshing to read a book with so many good-people in it.

There is a strong chance this series will be added to my favorites list. However, I will have to wait and see how the series ends.

Update 1/5/19: this series was added to my "favorites" list.

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  • Ben Soriano
  • 05-10-18

Not Stellar, but Satisfying

The Memory Stone part 2 captures the feeling of an adventure that I experience very rarely-- Satisfaction. Although this coming of age saga seems tame compared to other fantasy stories, it draws you into Theus' life and it's enjoyable to watch him grow and mature. Consistent with my review of part one, this conclusion to Theus' growth and his battles against dark powers sees very little difficulty but it only seems that way due to the nature of the story as well as what we've come to expect thus far. While he is thrown into more dangerous situations and goes through emotional turmoil, his mental growth and expanded knowledge helps him overcome obstacles with relative ease.

The one thing that I absolutely love about this story is the pacing. Everything feels natural, nothing feels rushed. As he journeys from city to city, stepping from place to place, working through various encounters, not once did anything feel like it did not belong. Everything had its place. While I wish that there was more to hear, Theus' story felt complete.

*I had finished part 2 immediately after part 1 but I neglected to review it until now.

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  • BK
  • 18-08-18

A Fine Yarn

While not entirely perfect, this is a very enjoyable romp in an engaging fantasy setting. I look forward to more from this author. Narration is top notch.

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  • Jonathan
  • 24-02-18

Loved book 1 disliked book 2

I could stand the main character in this book. He was whiny and became completely depended on that damned voice. There were also parts of the book that Just did not mesh. I just can’t continue to explain how i disliked the book.

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  • Robert
  • 17-02-18

a great book you don't want to stop listening to

Agreat story that involves gods that you could understand and who interacted with out mystery but with purpose between Good and Evil. A perfect balance between the hero the hero win and the battles that were carried out.

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  • Big Scott 32
  • 07-02-18

great story <br />

awesome charters wish there more books in the series like to see where it would go