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Voyage of the Mourning Dawn: Eberron: Heirs of Ash, Book 1 | [Rich Wulf]

Voyage of the Mourning Dawn: Eberron: Heirs of Ash, Book 1

young street thief finds herself embroiled in a quest to find a powerful super-weapon thought lost during the final days of the Last War. She's never known anything but the dingy streets of her own city, but she is taken in by the crew of the airship "Mourning Dawn" and soon finds herself in strange lands filled with wonders and horrors beyond her wildest dreams.
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A young street thief finds herself embroiled in a quest to find a powerful super-weapon thought lost during the final days of the Last War. She's never known anything but the dingy streets of her own city, but she is taken in by the crew of the airship "Mourning Dawn" and soon finds herself in strange lands filled with wonders and horrors beyond her wildest dreams.

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    Crash MacKenzie 08-18-14 Member Since 2013
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    "Good story, odd narration"
    If you could sum up Voyage of the Mourning Dawn in three words, what would they be?

    Never underestimate character.


    What do you think the narrator could have done better?

    The narration of this story is bizarre. It's not really the fault of Mrs Sciotto. She does some quality reading, but, as anyone would, she makes a few mistakes. The strange thing is these mistakes were not corrected. She says "increduly" instead of incredulously, close when she meant clothes, and even called the heroine Serena instead of Sarin. The parts that were edited were done very poorly, with bits from a clearly different recording spliced in.


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

    No.


    Any additional comments?

    This is a very enjoyable story. It's characters are its most appealing feature. They're a colorful, interesting bunch.

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