Still struggling to come to terms with the increasingly powerful memories of the long-dead Mirar, the Dreamweaver, Leiard, flees into the mountains with Emerahl, perhaps the last of the Wilds. Emerahl is powerfully gifted, and helps Leiard to make sense of his strange jumble of memories. What they discover will change his life, and the world, forever.
©2006 Trudi Canavan; (P)2008 Hachette Audio
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The only bad thing is that it is abridged.
Love the story and a great voice. Story will make more sense if you read/ listen to the other one first.
"Review of The Last of the Wilds"
Having read the first in the series, and being familiar with Canavan's other series, the Black Magician Trilogy, it was easy to draw parallels between the two story lines. Both featuring girls of a poor, unassuming background being elevated at a remarkable rate through both hard work and determination to a position of respect and power. A position that is then challenge, in this case by Auraya's discovery that the things she loves the most aren't all that they seem.
The naration is very good and clear with a good use of different accents to give the different species and races their own identity and it also makes it easy to follow who is speaking.
A very enjoyable story.
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