Daniel hated his brother. He knew it was wrong; knew his parents would be grieved if they discovered what was in his heart. But he had his fill of living in Taregan's shadow… Taregan the bold, the athletic, the courageous. How Daniel despised him! His only hope was to somehow escape Taregan and the life he'd always known. Then British soldiers arrive, bringing with them the perfect opportunity, which Daniel accepts… never dreaming his choices will lead them all into danger, betrayal, and the greatest trial they have ever faced. The adventures of Gilda, Fallon, and their children continue as the keepers of the ring.
©1997, 2013 Angela E. Hunt (P)2014 Angela E. Hunt
I have enjoyed the other two books, then came this one. The Narrator is awful. If there wasn't a book 4 with a different narrator I would have given up on the book, but I stuck with it till the end so I would know what was happening with the story.
Good story, but the narrator is sub par, especially compared to the two who read the first two books. I could barely finish it save the story itself. Should be redone by someone who can handle emotion, gender voices, and pronunciation.
The narrator has a clear, pleasant voice, however, his narrating style is slow and awkward, almost as though he is reading to a child. I found it hard to enjoy the story because of the pace and style of the narration. Even when I increase the narration speed, it did not help with the flow. The precious narrators for books in this series did a much better job, in my opinion.
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