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Djinn Unleashed

The Elven-Trinity, book 1
Narrated by: Leo Barnabas
Series: The Elven-Trinity Series, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A war of magic. A legend of three elves. Darkness threatening to return.

Elves were supposed to be gone, defeated in the great war. Magic is practiced behind closed doors, and only by the elites. All I was trying to do was survive, maybe with a bit more curiosity about my master's magic than I should've allowed. He caught me snooping, and sent me on a quest to steal a magic scroll. A quest that would change my life.

Soon, I found myself caught up in a whirlwind journey that involved elves, monsters, and more than one hottie in my bed.

I was terrified. I was challenged. I was pleasured beyond belief.

I was loving every second of it, and now get to share that journey with you.

Warning: Harem elements, though more so in Books 2 and 3. The spicy sort, with detail.

©2019 Mark Albany (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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An interesting story

I find the definition of terms interesting in this book but once I got over that the plot was interesting and so were the characters. I sometimes find it hard to switch my mind from predetermined mythology to the mythology and norms of a particular authors world. That was the case in this book. I found the Main Characters Interesting and not over powered, with a lot of room to grow and much to learn. Overall a good book, I’ll have to listen again to catch more of the depth. I’m interested to see where we go from here.

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didnt like the long leadin the the next book

it was a great book I got cause it was a 7h+ book then I get to the end and yes over 1+ hours is into the next book "YES" over an Hour is previewing the next book I have never seen this much preview ever in any the books I listen too !! yes that over a 1k started at Harry potter went threw all of The Wheel of Time all of them ...
LOL blame it on books for the blind :) for over 1k books listing to in the last 9 yrs

sorry been drinking to much while listing

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ok story, not a great narrator.

Narrator has trouble doing female voices. No cohesive accent for the nation the mc is in. story is ok for a first book in a series.

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my first story.

this has been an amazing audiobook ive heard. great for youngteens like me to listen.

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  • 07-16-19

Missleading runtime.

An hour of the already short runtime is just the next book.

It is so pedestrian and safe. with troupes, cookie cutter villians and 70% of the effort put into the xes scenes.