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Hunted: The Trysmoon Saga, Book 3

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Gen's secret is out. The caravan is in shambles. The Chalaine is wed to the Ha'Ulrich and pregnant with the Holy Child. Dangers abound, the Uyumaak threatening to overtake and destroy the Chalaine and her companions as they desperately try to escape the Shroud Lake Shard. Split from Gen, the Chalaine must find a way to work with her husband before their mutual animosity tears the prophecy apart. Meanwhile Mirelle battles Padra Athan behind the scenes to free the man she loves more than anyone. Gen and his fugitive allies know that even if they escape the shard and the Uyumaak that hunt them, the Ha'Ulrich and Padra Athan will be waiting to destroy them on the other side.

©2014 Brian K. Fuller (P)2015 Podium Publishing

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    Skipper 09-09-15
    Skipper 09-09-15

    A trilogy. Say it in three. Done.

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    "Surprising Twist for The Blessed One"

    Book 3 of a fairly good fantasy series, narrated superbly by Simon Vance. He is my favorite narrator. This series includes no sex and mostly inoffensive language, with some exceptions. There is violence and bloody gore, but it's not excessive. The world-building and associated mythos is explained, not fully, but well enough for me.

    A romantic triangle goes on across the series, which I eventually found irritating and bizarre. Nonetheless, I enjoyed this book, and the series.

    There are weird names for people and places, so below are brief descriptions of the characters in this book, and the setting, but no plot spoilers:

    The planet is Ki'Hal. Long ago, this fantastical planet split apart into shards, only accessible via magical portals. The three major shards are also nations: Rhugoth, Tolnor, Aughmere. Planet Ki'Hal has three moons: Trys, Duam, and Myn. Each moon yields different magical gifts, which can be accessed by skilled mages, etc. When a moon is fully eclipsed — as was the case with Trys in prequels — its magical power is not accessible. The cruel Elven "god" Mikkik gets his power from the moon Trys, but that power was given to him by the benevolent "god" he assassinated, Eldeloth. However, Eldeloth's spirit is still alive at a sacred place on Ki'Hal called Elde Luri Mora, in the Temple of the Three Moons. Most people revere Eldeloth and look for his resurrection /return, as the sacred prophecy promises. A few serve Mikkik, his killer.

    The main character is an orphan named Gen, a likable bard-turned-warrior, about 21 years old. When the series begins, he is apprentice to the bard Rafael, in the obscure village of Tell, on the nation-shard of Tolnor. Then he becomes bodyguard to the Chalaine (see below) in Rhugoth. In the previous book, he committed a holy crime. Now he's on the run, for several reasons.

    In book 1, a vicious warlord king from a different nation-shard (Aughmere) invaded the nation-shard Tolnor, and took an interest in Gen. This warlord is Torbrand, the Shadad Khairn (like a tribal warrior Khan, or a sheik). Torbrand loves his daughter Mina. He plays a strong supporting role in this book, along with General "Hardman" of Rhugoth.

    Then there is the Chalaine, of noble birth, beautiful, kind, and brave, but overwhelmed by the prophecies of her divine destiny. She's about 20 years old, an aristocrat from the nation-shard Rhugoth. She is married and newly pregnant. She is wed to the Chertanne, aka the Ha'Ulrich (ull-rick), aka the blessed one. He is from the nation-shard Aughmere. His father is Torbrand, the vicious Shadad Khairn of Aughmer mentioned above.

    Together, the Chalaine and the Chertanne (Ha'Ulrich) are prophetically destined to save the world, through their offspring.

    The Chelaine's mother Mirelle is called The First Mother. She is also beautiful beyond the norm, but is politically shrewd, ruling in the capital city of Mikmir, on the nation-shard of Rhugoth.

    Members of the elite Dark Guard protect the Chalaine and the First Mother: Dason, Jaron, Kimdan, Gerand, Volney, Cadaen, Captain Tolbridge, etc.

    Church clerics: High Pontiff Obeland, Mage-priest Ethris, Padra Athan, Padra Nolan, the soldiers of the church, the Eldefaire, etc. They serve the Church of the One and the prophecy, revering the murdered god Eldaloth. They strive to defeat the god Mikkik and his army of hideous creatures. They also strive to defeat the ilch (ilk), a humanoid sent by Mikkik to destroy the holy couple and their holy child. Some clerics are out of control with cold zealotry.

    The series also includes a few of the Millim Eri, powerful ancient elves, the last of their kind.

    Inside the crystals in an ancient necklace are the souls or memories of three teachers from the past, three über-warriors who fight Mikkik's evil: 1) Samian Birchwood, perhaps the kindest one, he's a woodsman (and Maewen's father), 2) Elberen the archer, a wise and knowledgable elf, speaking the old language, and 3) General Telmerran Fourtower, the boldest (and most reckless) of the three.

    There is also the Ash Witch, Joranne. Her sons are/were the priest-mages Ethris and Kaimas (and one other son barely mentioned in the series). She is cursed to age a lifetime each day, and supposedly serves Mikkik, but is unpredictable.

    3 of 4 people found this review helpful
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    bro.Rob 07-03-15
    bro.Rob 07-03-15
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    "LOVE THE CONTINUATION OF THIS STORY ..."

    LOVE THE CONTINUATION OF THIS STORY ...
    i LOVE THE CONTINUATION OF THIS STORY. Well performed!
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    Jane Chicago, IL, United States 09-14-15
    Jane Chicago, IL, United States 09-14-15 Member Since 2015
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    "Interesting ideas. Exciting and well done."

    There are four books in “The Trysmoon Saga” series. They are one long story. Be prepared to read them all. The four books in order are Ascension, Duty, Hunted, Sacrifice.

    5 stars for Ascension. Exciting wonderful journey following Gen an orphan. The evil local magistrate bullies and harms Gen and others. Warlord Khairn comes to town killing many. Khairn forces Gen to learn to fight. There are magical creatures and healers in this world. It reminds me of Lord of the Rings with a little Harry Potter.

    4 stars for books 2 and 3, Duty and Hunted. Still very good as they continue Gen’s story.

    3 ½ stars - maybe 4 stars for the last book Sacrifice. There were sooo many battles and journeys. The main characters fight, flee and survive one obstacle, then an emergency happens and they are fighting something else. I was getting a little weary of battle after battle. But the overall story and how it ended was worthwhile. The evil god Mikkik was close to destroying all the good in the world. The epilogue was fun and very feel good.

    AUDIOBOOK NARRATOR:
    Simon Vance is excellent. And he does females well.

    Narrative mode: 3rd person.
    Genre: fantasy.

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    Ryan 12-08-15
    Ryan 12-08-15 Member Since 2015
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    "Progressively better than the previous books"

    Each title in the series seems to collect momentum and become more interesting. Charector development rapidly changes as the story progresses and story archs begin to get more complex and substantial.

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    Jonny Ringworm 11-25-15 Member Since 2014
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    "great!!"

    Full of twists and turns. Best fantasy series!! Its a must read, My favorite!!

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    Jason Enderle 09-14-15 Member Since 2015
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    "The Hero Conintues his Duty"
    What did you love best about Hunted?

    I loved the fact that Gen continues to protect the one he has sworn to protect, even though so many others (falsely) see him as a great threat to the world. He continues to faithfully perform his duty despite the enormous dangers at every turn.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Hunted?

    I very mush enjoyed when he used the army of snakes and dwarven skeletons to destroy the enemy force that was threatening the one he protected. Especially when the priest felt the presence of the dark army. It was simply a great scene.


    Which character – as performed by Simon Vance – was your favorite?

    Gen continues as my favorite, though his two comrades both grow as close seconds.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Absolutely. I normally listen to audiobooks while I work and I found myself not wanting to stop once I left.


    Any additional comments?

    I wish there had been a bit more detail on some of the major battle, but I did not feel cheated by it. The character arcs and the growing of strength have been a blast to see. Brian Fuller does not leave any of the characters stay the same.

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    Hilmi S Alkindy Muscat, Oman 08-26-15
    Hilmi S Alkindy Muscat, Oman 08-26-15 Member Since 2011
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    "limited plot progression"

    This part of thr book could have been shorted and rolled into the previous book and would have been far more satisfying

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    Brenda Spiva Heber City, UT USA 07-03-15
    Brenda Spiva Heber City, UT USA 07-03-15 Member Since 2010

    Mom Spiva

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    "Excellent Fantasy Series!"

    This is an outstanding fantasy series. It has all of the hallmarks of great fantasy writers, plus the bonus of being a fulfilling romance without the graphic sex. High praise for author and performer from this fan!

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    woodrow james keith 06-18-15 Member Since 2013
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    "Great!!!"

    The story starts a bit slow, but overall another great installment of the Trysmoon Saga. The cliff hanger from the preview of the next book is too much. I can't wait to get book 4!

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    5/19/16
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    "Not bad, better than a lot of whats out there!"
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    Taking all four books together, its not bad at all, its not a patch on the 1st law, or Demon Cycle, but its better than a lot thats out there. Only issue is the fact it is split into four books, is it really worth four credits? No! if this was one book, even two then I would have been much happier, as it is, its a bit off a rip off!

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  • tim
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    "worthwhile listen, most enjoyable"
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    you do have to take it as one big book, it is written and read like that. I listened in one after the other and this made it a worthwhile experience


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Hunted?

    i liked the monster, they are one of the more original parts of these books. You have a number of standard monsters or characters, but some new and inventive bits to


    What about Simon Vance’s performance did you like?

    I think he is very good, not the best (but it is close), but always a really good solid performance. I enjoy listening to all of his work, this included


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    i listened to the books one after another, and i think this is best, it really is one long book rather than several episodes put together


    Any additional comments?

    A good strong story, that is well told. If you have read or listened to a lot of this genre, it is not the most original. But it has quite a lot of unique twist that make it worth will and realy good

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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