Peree knows what he’s doing as the new Keeper of the Water Bearer, Fennel.
He knows Fennel’s Sightless. He knows that means the Scourge can’t hurt her when she gathers fresh water for her people. He knows how to wield his bow and arrow to kill piles of the revolting flesh-eaters as they swarm around her. He’ll motivate her, distract her, do anything he can to keep her working. And most important, he'll make sure his people get every drop of their share of the water she collects. Peree knows his duty is to his people and his people alone, and not to the Water Bearer.
What he doesn’t know is that he's falling in love with her.
©2013 A. G. Henley (P)2013 Audible, Inc.
The narorration was flat, and the voice sounded like a poor recording of a middle age man
used a voice of someone who sounded teen/early 20s and had a little passion/energy in his reading.
maybe... not this version but the scourge and defiance yes
It's not bad, and an easy read. But this is not a 3rd book, it's Peree's view and narration of the Scourge.
not keen on the audible version... the voice of the narrator sounds like he's middle age, not a good representation of a teenage boy.
"short but oh so sweet"
I love love love this perspective! I really wanted this to keep going. the book was awsome!
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