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Crucible of Stars

Reforged, Book 1
Narrated by: Rene Chambliss
Series: Reforged, Book 1
Length: 14 hrs and 19 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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A chance to escape becomes a chance for redemption.

Maeve Cavainna is running, and her wings won’t save her. The infamous bounty hunter, Logan Coldhand, chases close behind her and intends to drag Maeve back to the planet of Axis to collect the high price on her head. When he finally corners her, the long chase seems to be over...until a frightened alien girl stumbles into their fight and begs for their protection. Maeve and Logan call a reluctant end to their battle and promise to help the girl, but they have agreed to far more than they know.

Can the fragile peace between hunter and mark hold long enough to save the lives that depend on them?

Crucible of Stars is the first book of the Reforged Trilogy. It was previously published as Anvil of Tears.

©2009 Erica Lindquist (P)2015 Erica Lindquist

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  • HELENA, MT, United States
  • 04-19-19

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I downloaded this book recently for a long road trip and found myself glad that I'd downloaded others as well. If you like endless infodumps, then this is the book for you. If you don't, look somewhere else.

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Great story, mildly annoying narrator

Of the story:
A delightful cast of characters, and a teenager. Maeve and Coldhand are broken in different ways and we get to witness their 'rehumanization'. By the end of this book I was chomping at the bit to start the second book.
Of the narrator:
Reasonable voice acting, which is a plus. However, I found her habit of 'gasping' out the end of each sentence to be distracting.