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We are losing a war we don't even know is being fought. A war over magic. On one side the Slyph, an immensely powerful magical being who rules the Echo World. On the other, the Bridgefinders, an ancient order of men and women. A war that the humans are losing. When Cendan Key, a new Bridgefinder is discovered, he wants nothing to do with it. But he alone can change the course of a war that has the highest stakes ever, the planet itself.

©2016 Joshua Cook (P)2016 Joshua Cook

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I liked the plot and people. It needs a little tighter editing. Some things are self evident and do mot need to be spelled out. But i liked the worlds and the overall story. I will read the next book
The reader started well but then either got a cold or dry mouth and I could hear him swallow. It was distracting. .

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Interesting take

What did you love best about Bridgefinders?

I think the world created was an interesting one. The writer took the normal fantasy tropes and expanded them in a new way.

What did you like best about this story?

Grellnot. A fun villain. He's a simple creature, but just interesting.

Which scene was your favorite?

Cendan entering the Echo World for the first time, and the Elves.. the ELVES.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I would say when you find out the Elves true intentions, I was moved, but not in a happy way. Don't want to say anymore, spoilers! :)

Any additional comments?

Overall I really liked it. I would say I think the production while good, could be better. Audio quality was alright, not stellar. But the reader had good tone, and told the story quite well.

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The Magical World Versus The Human World

In this story, the main character named Cendan Key, finds out that he is part of a group of people called Bridgefinders, who fight to keep magical creatures from entering the Human world. How can one not relate to a character who finds himself in a place he doesn't want to be, doing things he doesn't want to do, because of some unexplained random chance? The story is fun and entertaining and I recommend it to others who like this genre. Brian C McKee's narration is lackluster and there are strange pauses during the execution of the story, although his voice is pleasant. I was given a free copy of the audiobook and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • 12-19-20

Out of this world

I enjoyed this book and look forward to book two because it has been set up nicely to continue. The plot was interesting the way magic can only be found in an alternative world but the hero's still need to protect against it and the creatures it produces without really understanding it. The cast of characters was like able and the bad guys bad enough to be hated. The author has a way of drawing you into the story that keeps you hooked and wanting to know what happens next and I liked the way we learnt about the bridge finders and the history along with the main character and his special connection to the key. Off to start the next book.
When his young neighbour is bitten by a creature, Cendan is thrust into a whole new world of magic and world that he is supposed to protect. He is a bridgefinder. Someone who is charged with sending demons and creatures created by the Slyph back to there own world before they can create havoc in his world. He is one in a small group of people with the capability to do this and with the Slyph growing in power time is running out. He will have to learn as he goes along but he is not just any old bridgefinder and the Slyph knows it, so she will do everything in her power to catch him or destroy him like she did the last maker.
The narrator was okay but did seem to hesitate or take long pauses that weren't necessary. Otherwise he was a good reader with different voices for the characters.
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  • Incog Nito
  • 04-13-20

Moving to Paper

had to stop, the narrator is destroying this story for me, an amateur that is far to breathy and has too much saliva in his mouth.

moving to paperback