"Good work, Balancer."
I frowned at the title. "All I did was transport her here, Raile."
"Yes, so you did," he agreed in a tone that clearly didn’t agree with me at all. "Perhaps you don’t consciously realize this, Garth, but its little things like this that are restoring balance to Chahir. No task can be done in just one stroke of effort; it takes many strokes, and much sustained effort."
He’s right. I started reviewing all of the things I had done over the past two years, memories flicking through my head almost too fast to follow. Each choice led to another; my choice to leave my home in Tobadorage and seek refuge in Hain led directly to my actions now, bringing a Queen into exile. And each choice, each action on my part, had started the chain reaction that was bringing magic back into Chahir.
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Busted buckets is an amusing phrase the first few times you hear it but the author's attempt at humor with the protagonist becomes tiring if not downright annoying if you've followed this series. I am glad to reach the end of this book as the next is the final in the series. I'll listen to the next book to learn the fate of the characters I've grown fond of but I've had enough of this author for quite some time. Cheers to the narrator who makes the listen tolerable in spite of redundancies galore.
Well now of coarse I am 65, but still a great fan of Audible
This is the second book in this series I have read, and again I would give out the 100 stars if I could. The narrator keeps getting better and better with these characters, he has voices that fool you into thinking he is ten different people. But I have to say he has a really good author giving him really good plots to voice. I raved about the first book and I would rave about this one, but I don't want to bore you, just go out and get reading and you will see why I shall be reading the whole five that Audible have, with more to come I hope Josie
Again (Everybody who is shouting at me right now)...did anything really happen? Were any of the other character's important. WAS NIGHT EVEN IMPORTANT! What did he do. He turned out to be a horse with magical feet! You could have taken out all the names/characters of anybody other than Garth and you'd have the exact same book! Hell you'd have the exact same series! There was absolutely no drama. Garth never lost a fight in the entire series. He never had a to flee!
Feeling annoyed and disappointed!
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