All warrant knight Gavin Kinshield really wants is a letter written 200 years ago by his ancestor, champion to King Arek, confessing the truth of how the king perished - a letter he must earn by tracking down a common thief. But when Gavin saves a woman's life, what should have been a simple task draws him face-to-face with his nightmarish past... and the shocking truth of King Arek's demise.
As he unravels the mystery surrounding the last king's death, Gavin's strongest convictions are tested by his greatest fears. He begins a journey of self-discovery and self-acceptance, and along the way, discovers that making difficult choices isn't nearly as painful as accepting their consequences.
©2005, 2010 Karen Mayer (P)2014 Karen Mayer
I loved the story line and how it was all pulled together.
yes and so much more
I loved the way it was Narrated and has sounds effects in the back ground. made me feel like I was right there.
The voice was good, but the dramatic (sound effects, background music) production was annoying. Once I got use to it, I could follow the story.
The story was actually pretty interesting. It took a new angle albeit with a common theme (the unwilling protagonist). I would advise the author to lose the dramatic production on the following books in the series.
TECHNICAL: No notable sound quality problems. But the title has constant background ‘music’ and effects that are atrocious.
PERFORMANCE: Didn’t like his voice. Performance was ripe with terrible over acting.
STORY/AUTHORCRAFT: Life is short; discontinued after 5 minutes as it would have been 14+hours I’d never get back. So very glad it was a bargain bin offering.
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