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5 Blades

Riveting Realms of Adventure
Narrated by: Julian Pearson
Length: 11 hrs and 9 mins
4 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Thriller-paced action, shocking twist endings, alternative history, engaging characters, visionary science fiction, suspenseful pause-resisters, epic adventures, and barbaric fantasy all wrapped up in one entertaining bundle. 5 Blades' authors are endorsed by an international and New York Times best-selling author, multiple magazines, and thousands of listeners and readers spanning dozens of countries across the world. 

This is your one stop for top-tier science fiction and fantasy short stories.

©2015 Drew Briney (P)2019 Drew Briney

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Great Compilation of fantasy stories!

Great compilation of fantasy stories by different authors. Make sure to pick this one up!

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  • 07-11-19

Better to read

This volume is a bunch of short (or not so short) stories by 5 different authors.
To be honest none of the stories really grabbed my attention. I though the idea of telling a story by a series of letters interesting but what in my opinion contributed to the not so good review was the the narrator. It's not that he is not good (ok, maybe sometimes I do think it feels like he is just reading - failing the emotion), I have to give the effort for the different accents in the book (He even tries to sing). Still, we can't normally separate the narrator from one story to the other and it was kind of hilarious the british narrator suddenly switching to some kind of texan accent of the characters (I'm just guessing the accents, really).
So, in the end, I recommend to read this volume instead of listening - I think you can get the real voice of each author much better that way.

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Strange stories

Each story is slightly strange and leaves you feeling weird. Some are spell binding, but others are just okay. The narrator has an excellent voice. These stories are short enough to be entertaining.