- Book Four
- Narrated by: Ellen Archer
- Length: 22 hrs and 59 mins
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Karigan G'ladheon was a regular girl until she stumbled across a dying man. There were two arrows embedded in his back, and wherever his horse was taking him, he was going to die before they got there.
He gave Karigan his horse, his cloak and his brooch - the symbol that he was one of the King's Green Riders - and with them, his mission. To deliver a message to the King. He made her swear to do it...even though the Shadow Man who killed him would be hot on her trail. That mission made her a Green Rider.
Now, her first legendary mission is long complete. Karigan has learnt to wield the magic her Green Rider brooch allows her to access, and she's used it to defy some of the most terrifying dark magicians of the age. But while Mornhavon the Black has gone, he's not defeated. His restless spirit haunts Blackveil, the lethal, corrupt forest that stands beyond a failing magical wall at the edge of King Zachary's territory. Karigan's destiny is leading her there, and when her King asks her to join a mission to Blackveil to save the remnants of a dying race, it seems she has little choice but to follow it....
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Audio File Incorrect Order
I love the series and read this many years ago. It's a great story and well performed but audio file in wrong order at end which was disappointing.
This happened for me in The Sleepers chapter in which the latter 20 mins of chapter was actually the final chapter of the book.
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Needs serious editing
I'd read the other 3 in the serious previously in paperback and found them ok. But 2 hours of pointless conversations and no action wore me down. I only kept listening as I was driving. It was more like a melodrama than a fantasy novel. It missed some serious editing.