Dragged to an unfamiliar continent transformed by war and monstrous creatures, Cleve's path home has never been less clear. With a place in a king's plot, a princess who wants to marry him, and the companionship of a brash Sartious mage, Cleve learns that - while some battles are won with a sword - others are played out through a more delicate dance.
But Cleve has never been one for delicacy.
Soon he's making tidal waves in every puddle he crosses on his path to return home.
NOTE: It's recommended that Bastial Energy and The Sartious Mage be listened to before this novel, but it doesn't matter which book is listened to first between those two.
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I really have enjoyed this series quite a bit, but was a bit apprehensive about this title since the author went with a different narrator; however I was very pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed the new narrator. I normally hate when authors go with a new narrorator because I attach their voice with the characters and the storyline, but this felt like a very smooth transition. (I listened to these titles back to back) I didn't think twice about the new narrator, he did a fantastic job.
The story continues after book 1 and 1.5, and I suggest that you read/listen to both title before this book. The previous books both lead into this title, and it seems to bring them together well.
It was not the best story I have ever read or listened to but still enjoyable. however, the narrator was, quite frankly, awful. His intonation and expression is almost non-existent and his emphasis is in all the wrong places. also, he makes the characters seem bland and whiney.
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