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Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars Audiobook

Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars

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The desperate race to save a world continues. Washed up on a distant shore on the unknown side of her planet, together with the Chandara Boxx, the orphan Kelanni named Shann must uncover the fate of her companions, whilst searching for an artifact hidden there in the distant past. As she travels farther into this new land, she will encounter strange sights, come up against new enemies and meet new friends, until finally coming face to face with the truth of her own past.

©2011 Mark Whiteway (P)2013 Mark Whiteway

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    "I love this series!"
    Would you consider the audio edition of Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars to be better than the print version?

    I couldn't compare as I don't have the print version. I'm sure they're equally great, might be faster to read though.


    What was one of the most memorable moments of Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars?

    Spoilers****

    The tests for the characters - the old scenes really cut at the heart.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    See last question....


    Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

    See last question....


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    I am really enjoying this series. These are some of the only audiobooks I've listened to without being on a long car trip, and they make me look forward to cleaning to working out. I'm just hooked into this world. I didn't completely get the 'science fiction' label in the first book, but it's very clear in the second. Mark Whiteway has earned a fan, his storytelling makes it hard for me to put this book down. The characters are all very different,but growing with each chapter. Shann isn't the same girl I fell in love with in book one; She has gone from little sister to being a woman. She is one of my favorite characters this book, second of course, to Boxx. When I hit the end of the book, I was sad to say goodbye to what feel like old friends. I cannot wait to see what book three holds for the group. I'm ready for the prophet to get what is coming to him.

    The narrator did a good job as he did in the last book. I can't comment on the editing as I am listening to the audiobook, but the audio is spot on. I think this is a great sci-fi/fantasy series. It's also very young adult/tween friendly. I received this for an honest review.

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    Wesley United States 07-23-13
    Wesley United States 07-23-13
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    "Cool blend of sci-fi and fantasy"
    Would you consider the audio edition of Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars to be better than the print version?

    Audio way better. You can listen while you work


    What other book might you compare Lodestone, Book Two: The World of Ice and Stars to and why?

    I don't have any comparison. The Lodestone technology is almost magical but scientific at the same time


    Have you listened to any of Nathan William Heller’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    It was just as entertaining and well read as the first lodestone book. Great voices and sound effects!


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

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