When Rema chose to be crowned queen and join the rebel forces, she knew she'd face the fight of her life. What she didn't expect was to be kidnapped by an Emperion assassin and taken to the mainland to be executed in front of the emperor. How can she save Greenwood Island if she can't even save herself?
Darmik knows he doesn't have much time to rescue Rema. He's denounced his position as Commander and Prince in order to join the rebels. But now he must rely on his family name in order to go before the Emperor - his uncle - and beg for Rema's life.
If Rema and Darmik have any hope of being together and saving their kingdom, they must survive the greatest threat of all Emperion. This is the heart-pounding conclusion to The True Reign Series.
©2014 Jennifer Anne Davis (P)2015 Clean Teen Publishing
Active lifestyle so audiobooks fit in with nearly everything I'm doing.
This final book of the True Reign series was a great conclustion to an enthralling story, and the reveals in the final chapters were quite the surprise. Ms. Davis has done well and I see has continued the lives of the main characters in another series with the children of Darmik and Rema leading the way.
The audio production of this book was excellent, however, this second change in narrators is a bit frustrating. The change from The Key to Red was needed for the sake of the entire audiobook, and even though Emma Lysy is by all means the better of the three narrators; retaining Paul Woodson, who has a good voice, would have caused less exasperation with continuity. Ms Lysy has a thickly accented voice which really does play well to the various female characters but many of her male parts were not as distinct.
All in all it's a great fantasy series, definitely worth the listen, and I'm happy I did so. I wish the author much success.
I couldn't put this book or the 2 preceeding ones down! I enjoyed reading the story of Rema and her personal "war". She and Darmic we easy to fall in love with also=) Definitely looking for more books by Jennifer Ann Davis!
"I couldn't finish it"
It's not often I get bored and can't finish a story but this was just too one dimensional. The author explains everything. The author needs to learn to show rather than tell.
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