Years ago, family loyalty caused Fain Hauk to give up everything he loved: his military career. His planet. His fiancée. Even his name. Now, decades later, everything has changed. He's built a new life out of the ashes of his old, and he's vowed never to let anything threaten his loved ones again. But when old enemies align themselves with new ones, he's caught in the middle of a brutal war. And when fate throws his former fiancée back into his world and she has her own agenda that includes taking his head for what he did to her years ago, more than just his life is at stake.
The fate of the Ichidian universe and that of his brothers-in-arms hangs in the balance. Winner take all. It's killed or be killed, and never has the battle been more fierce.... Or more fun in Born of Betrayal, the next League: Nemesis Rising audiobook from number-one New York Times best-selling author Sherrilyn Kenyon!
©2015 Sherrilyn Kenyon (P)2015 Macmillan Audio
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I love Sherrilyn Kenyon's writing she gets better and better with each book. Between this series and the Dark Hunter series I am happy to keep buying her books. I was glad to see the Fain and Galene finally found there happily ever after and now I'm anxious to listen to Julian's and Ryn's stories. I was happy to see all the characters from past books in this book, it makes me want to read them all over again.
I too had the chapter before the epilogue missing on the audio. Since I have had this happen before. I went ahead and downloaded the enhanced version and I was able to listen to the completed story that way. Narrator does an awesome job I always enjoy listening to Fred Berman.
Long live the League!
We finally get a chance to hear Nykirian say it's not about him, but about Nemisis Rising. That scene was so cool. Also there were massive amounts of characters in this book, but done In a way that is not overwhelming if you are league fan. If this is your first league book, the amount of people may be a bit much because the ingrained "feels" won't be there. I absolutely adore the Hauk and Winged Batur family. And after you listen/read this book, you will know why the next book has to be Ushara's book. The League does not shirk their duties even when it seems an impossible reason and task.
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A must listen in the League Series. Another great book in the League Series, the story is good as a stand alone book or better if one has read or listen to the other books in the series.
Great listen, but must listen to all League audio books to understand. Big war next.
been following the League series. glad to get to know more about Fayn and his story. There are a lot of familiar scenarios on this book (examples: 1. the ring - similar that of Darling's part of the story; another part was similar from Hauk's story; and others i couldn't quite remember) but if you have started the series from book 1, you will see how there are quite a few familiar scenarios from other lead characters story.
in my opinion, by book 8, the stories are sounding more and more similar. and from this point, i'm getting confused of who's related to whom already since the characters seemed to be related to each other one way or another. and more and more new characters are popping up that it's sometimes hard to keep up on who's who.. although the camaraderie and being a tight knit family is there which i appreciate.
it's a cliff hanger so i am looking forward to learning about what have happened to Julian. now, for his part, i'm curious to know the 360 degree transformation. of course, this book already had set the plot of why he was a jerk to everyone when they were younger. just as most of the characters' backstories - he was tortured, betrayed, lost, thinks of himself as a nobody, etc...
overall, it was a good story. and i can say that i am a fan of Mr. Fred Berman for always bringing the characters to life. Great narration as always.
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