The War of Broken Mirrors
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    Forging Divinity: The War of Broken Mirrors, Book 1 | Andrew Rowe

    Forging Divinity: The War of Broken Mirrors, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Andrew Rowe
    • Narrated By Nick Podehl
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Some say that in the city of Orlyn, godhood is on sale to the highest bidder. Thousands flock to the city each year, hoping for a chance at immortality. Lydia Hastings is a knowledge sorcerer, capable of extracting information from anything she touches. When she travels to Orlyn to validate the claims of the local faith, she discovers a conspiracy that could lead to a war between the world's three greatest powers. At the focal point is a prisoner who bears a striking resemblance to the long-missing leader of the pantheon she worships.

    A promising and enjoyable fantasy start

    If ever there was a novel where it seemed certain that both the author and narrator worked closely to craft a novel that exploited the best characteri..Show More »

    Reviewed on May 10 2016 by Sailfish (Grover Beach, California, United States)
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    Stealing Sorcery: The War of Broken Mirrors, Book 2 | Andrew Rowe

    Stealing Sorcery: The War of Broken Mirrors, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (16 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By Andrew Rowe
    • Narrated By Nick Podehl
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The immortal sorcerers - three legendary figures that toppled the empire of Xixis. Each has lived for over a hundred years, leaving a powerful legacy in their wake. But their children do not share their renowned immortality, and when the firstborn son of Edrick Theas is killed, sorceress Lydia Hastings is called to investigate the murder. When she discovers a sorcerous trail left by a creature of unfathomable power, she quickly realizes she needs outside help.

    Loved it

    The story picks right back up where you left it. I loved it and I wanted more at the end.

    Reviewed on September 28 2016 by joey ()