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April 1294. With David returned from Ireland and Anna from Avalon, the time has come to confront the traitors who sought to assassinate David and take his throne.

But before that can happen, David is tested yet again by his inability to account for everything or everyone in his life - and especially the magic that surrounds him.

Champions of Time takes place immediately following the events of Outpost in Time and Shades of Time, the previous titles in the After Cilmeri series.

Complete series listening order: Daughter of Time, Footsteps in Time, Winds of Time, Prince of Time, Crossroads in Time, Children of Time, Exiles in Time, Castaways in Time, Ashes of Time, Warden of Time, Guardians of Time, Masters of Time, Outpost in Time, Shades of Time, Champions of Time.

©2018 Sarah Woodbury (P)2018 Sarah Woodbury

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Champions of Time

I read the book 3 times before the AUDIBLE version was released

One would think I knew the book by heart.

This narrator brought th book alive
It's like living the story
Thank You

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Between two Universes another wild ride!

The After Climeri series newest installment has it all, intrique, betrayal, forged friendships,time travel or world shifting as only Sarah Woodbury can do it, brilliantly. If your already a fan of the series you will get to see a lot of the favorite characters involved in this latest installment of the beloved saga. Although there are some new folks that we meet, that I think will keep us guessing until the next book reveals their true colors...I can't wait for the adventureto continue...

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champ of time

not my favorite book. the story is interesting but the narrator ish's drove me nuts.

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Better and Better

This story just keeps getting better. Start at the beginning. You'll hear what we mean.

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These stories are the best.

THE STORY IS WELL WRITTEN BY SARAH WOODBURY AND VERY EASY TO FOLLOW. IT IS ACCEPTABLE FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES. STORYLINE FOLLOWS THE CONUNDRUM OF FALLING NOT JUST BETWEEN WORLDS BUT THROUGH TIME AND THE CONSEQUENCES WHAT ARE THEY IF THE FUTURE GOES TO THE PAST WITHOUT RESTRICTION. DAVID FALLS AGAIN THROUGH TIME AND THE QUESTION THRUST UPON HIM, WILL IT BE ANSWERED?
THE NARRATOR LAUREL SCHROEDER IS GREAT EASY TO FOLLOW.
THE STORYLINE IS FULL OF SUSPENSE, THRILL, INTRIGUED AND DRAMA AND ROMANCE. LOTS OF LAUGHS THROUGHOUT MUST LISTEN TO.

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Super Read...Actually Listen to! 😊

I love this series and am grateful that the story continues! Well done and well read! Ready for the next book in the series! Thx much!

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Champions of Time

I love this series. I always feel like I'm a part of the family and miss the characters when I finish the books.

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Great Story

I loved the story! The imagery that Sarah creates is wonderful. I don't tire at multiple rereadings. The narrator is pretty good, but I found it distracting with "t" endings of sentences...it sounded more like 'tchs'...annoying.

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Great Narration & Wonderful Storyline

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this story. I love this series!! And it is so easy to listen to with the narrator’s use of different voices and accents for the different characters. Can’t wait for the next one!

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Okay

I understand that Sarah is trying to carry the story along from multiple directions. I’m finding it a little tedious to have the book’s plot (around approximately one month in book world March and April 1294) to last for years in my world. This was first released in December 2016 and I’m trying to remember all the various characters and castles a few years later. The actual book is barely progressing and the minutiae is overwhelming. Yes the books are about time travel BUT I miss the details about daily life from the 13th century. I KNOW what life is like in the 21st century. I’m not interested in cell phones, I want to hear about holidays and customs from the past. These were the details that first caught my curiosity in the After Cilmeri series. I love to hear about the castles and what everyone’s daily life is like. I don’t particularly care what a hospital in Wales looks like in the 21st century. I think the entire airplane scene was a miss, it was barely discussed. I’ve enjoyed and purchased the ebooks and audible books in the series for years. I’m no longer feeling the history nerd’s love. (No offense Sarah , the nerd comment is said with love) . The Middle Ages has plenty of intrigue. The different factions in the future and their machinations are cumbersome and it’s becoming more science fiction than historical and time travel.

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