• Descendant: The Revelations of Oriceran

  • The Kacy Chronicles, Book 1
  • By: A. L. Knorr, Martha Carr
  • Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
  • Length: 6 hrs and 24 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (58 ratings)

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Descendant: The Revelations of Oriceran

By: A. L. Knorr,Martha Carr
Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
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What if finding the truth means you're not who - or what - you think you are? 

Born to a wealthy Virginian family, privileged Jordan's got her life all planned out. Get her PhD in forensic linguistics, make her State Senator father proud. Find the perfect Virginia man to marry and pop out a few more Kacys.

If only Jordan could let the past rest.

When your mother disappears without a trace, it carves a gash that bleeds a long time. Jordan has never given up hope that her mother is alive. So when Jordan's old nanny shows up with a mysterious locket containing a portrait of Jordan's mother, Jordan believes her hope was not in vain.

When the locket opens a portal to an alternate universe and a stranger hurtles through to Earth, it's not her first clue that something very strange is at play. Teaming up with Sol, a disgruntled courier who's lost his wings, Jordan embarks on a haphazard quest. Facing off with interfering barmaids, terrifying harpies, and disorganized elves with a penchant for inventing magic they can't reverse is only the beginning.

Can Jordan find her mother and learn the truth about her disappearance? And what happens if the truth is far from what she expected?

©2017 A. L. Knorr, Martha Carr, Michael Anderle (P)2017 LMBPN Publishing

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Enjoyable new universe

I loved the narrator. Would definitely love to hear more from him. The story I liked but just a lil disappointed in main character. She was just a tiny bit to whiny/bratty for my taste. I will grab a second book because I’m hoping now that the main character has been in the new world a lil while she will shed that whiny/bratty attitude. I think the series will be great for me if that happens. Some people may not blink at what I considering her (occasional) childish antics. It’s just a pet peeve of mine. To me that tends to throw the book into a much more young adult/youthful category than I like to read. But that was the only complaint I had. Other than that I really did like the book.

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It's just the beginning...

This book was amazing. It starts slow so give it time. You will not be sorry. The story was compelling and it brings you in.
The narrator is wonderful and he is able to characterize each person individually and you have no doubt who is who.
If you want an escape from your current problems and just to enjoy, this is the book for you.

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Interesting intro to Oriceran

Jordan receives a locket from her old nanny that belonged to her mother who disappeared years ago. It opens a portal that Sol falls through. She falls back through with Sol to Oriceran. She travels with him on his mission to deliver a message and find someone who can open another portal to send her back, and return his wings.
My only beef is getting wings and the muscles to support them. Nalini Singh’s first 2-3 Archangel books more realistically describe the process and challenges.
Naramore has a very pleasant masculine voice, but I’ve got mixed feelings with his narration. He actually did a good job with differentiation of characters and most emotions; it was just the descriptive narration that wasn’t working for me.

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descendent wow great fantasy

little slow at the beginning pickedup and really enjoyed it emensley. I will read series




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  • david sue
  • 01-24-20

Entertaining romp

What a fun romp through another world. I finished this in one day and am eagerly anticipating beginning the sequel.

I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • S
  • 12-08-19

The story kept me gripped

Jordan's mother disappeared when she was small. No body was ever found and the mystery of the disappearance was never resolved so she has always harboured the hope that maybe her mother was still alive somewhere.
Then a mysterious man appears out of nowhere, landing in Jordan's favourite huge oak tree. she discovers a portal and a whole other world beyond. There she finds there are possible answers but also so many more questions.
The story kept me gripped and I couldn't believe when it ended. I will be moving on to book 2 as soon as I can.

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  • Ian Rider
  • 10-10-19

Thurally enjoyable.

I was given a free copy of this book and I'm leaving an honest and voluntary review.

I really enjoyed this book the story was well thought out, the way its written is engaging and captivating.
The narration was brilliantly done bringing the characters to life.
Being transported to another dimension in itself is strange enough but what Jordan discovers blows her mind.

I'd deffinatly recommend this serise.