From tundra to desert, from prairies to rainforests, the trade routes of Ganelerdos converge at Sparrenfor, Enelarmos, Larpektis, and Torg-ra-Honne - the Merchant Cities. Fair exchange offers prosperity to the creative and industrious, whether human or elemental, and unearned riches to the ambitious and greedy.
Scorned by his father, mocked by his older brother, Woldirek Hansar rides with a caravan into a desolate wasteland. He emerges with a bold plan to make House Hansar the richest family in the Merchant Cities. A plan to transform the continent of Ganelerdos forever.
Full of magical creatures, intrigue, battles, and true love, A River Through Earth brings listeners into a compelling new world of modern fantasy.
©2016 Raymund Eich (P)2016 Raymund Eich
I was given this book via audiobook boom for a review. I am sad to say that I did not like it as well as I thought I would from the description. Not to put too finer spin on this book if you like books of this caliber then listen to it. The description is well written.
I am listening to something everyday!
Potential, but couldn't get past the narration.
This review copy audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost.
I am a avaid audiobook listener and always have a headphone is in when I can.
First of all I received this book for free for a honest review.
I liked the overall story but I don't review book I don't think I'll like. I've read merchant building books before and I enjoy them, and if you enjoy a story about selling and buying then this is a good addition to the genre.
My only gripe of the book was the antagonist just seemed so bland and had no motive other then, I'm a bad guy. But it doesn't take away from the book much.
If you like this type of book it's worth a read.
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