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Cold Steel

The Spiritwalker Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Charlotte Parry
Series: The Spiritwalker Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 25 hrs and 44 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (86 ratings)

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Trouble, treachery, and magic just won't stop plaguing Cat Barahal. The Master of the Wild Hunt has stolen her husband Andevai. The ruler of the Taino kingdom blames her for his mother's murder. The infamous General Camjiata insists she join his army to help defeat the cold mages who rule Europa. An enraged fire mage wants to kill her. And Cat, her cousin Bee, and her half-brother Rory, aren't even back in Europa yet, where revolution is burning up the streets. Revolutions to plot. Enemies to crush. Handsome men to rescue. Cat and Bee have their work cut out for them.

©2013 Katrina Elliott (P)2014 Recorded Books

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Great ending

I love this whole series so much. Cat and Andevai have one of the best fictional relationships, and the world building is outstanding. Brings the drama to a satisfying conclusion. #fantasy #alternatehistory #romance #Tagsgiving #Sweepstakes

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Excellent voice

I loved the speaker She had such a. Variety of different voices. The story was fun.

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Lost interest in a good story

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The first two books kept my interest despite not really being my style. But kind of lost it here. The popping in and out of here and there. Arrogant oppressors with kissable lips. Villainous threats to kill you or worse, marry you, but then again, maybe I'll wait to do it later.

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  • CaraN
  • Maryland, United States
  • 09-05-16

The Perfect Conclusion; Stellar Performance

This is one of my favorite series of all times. The characters feel so incredibly human and true (and make me wish I could be friends with them; well, most of them) and the world building is cream of the cream. It's easy to disappear into these stories and Parry is a lovely narrator. I feel like she was the voice I had in my head for Cat as I was reading. She's that authentic. Her narration is clear and articulate and the voice acting is wonderful. Buy this one now! <3

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My favorite series ever

I haven't found a single book by Kate Elliott that isn't a masterpiece yet! What a fantastic ride! I only mourn that I am self employed & can only read audio books as I make my product that I sell. Now that I'm out of audio books by Ms

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Very satisfying end to the trilogy

Would you consider the audio edition of Cold Steel to be better than the print version?

Yes, simply because Charlotte Parry is an excellent narrator.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Cold Steel?

Too many to choose just one. The whole book is memorable and great.

What does Charlotte Parry bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

She does GREAT accents!

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I was very happy with the conclusion of The Spiritwalker Trilogy. It definitely doesn't disappoint.

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  • cg
  • 03-20-15

Couldn't finish it!

I couldn't even get past the 2-hour mark. The narrator wasn't good but the story itself was even worse.

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