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Duncton Quest

The Duncton Chronicles, Book 2
Narrated by: Gareth Armstrong
Length: 29 hrs and 50 mins
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The magnificent sequel to the worldwide best seller Duncton Wood.

When Tryfan, son of Bracken and Rebecca, returns to the sacred Burrows of Uffington, he finds dreadful signs of death and destruction. For out of the chilly North have swarmed the grikes, a fanatical tribe of warrior moles bent on destroying all believers in the powers of the Stone. Tryfan’s duty is clear - to muster and protect the few remaining Stone followers from the evil that seems certain to engulf them. With only a frail and timid mole named Spindle for company, he sets off on an epic journey...but can he save his friends? 

The gripping second instalment of the multimillion copy best-selling fantasy series The Duncton Chronicles, for listeners of Terry Brooks and Jean M. Auel.

©1988 William Horwood (P)2018 Audible, Ltd

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Finally.

Finally, one of the greatest book cycles becomes available as an audiobook. Thank you, Audible, for getting William Horwood's fantastic work this excellent audio treatment. I'm hoping you'll be doing the rest of his catalog, too!

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  • 10-14-18

Marvellous

Once again I have been dragged through every emotion there is and loved every moment of it. This book feels you with love, hope and faith. I have already started the 3rd book in the series. I love Duncton Wood

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  • 09-18-18

Genius

I read the Duncton Chronicles over 25 years ago & thoroughly enjoyed the stories, William Horwood is one of the most creative & poetic authors I’ve read, his books are masterpieces.
Listening to his work read by one person whose responsibility was the creation of characters I thought I knew personally made me a little anxious, as I’d been very disappointed with other authors’ epics.
Gareth Armstrong has produced Moledom with colour and love, humility, courage & compassion. I love Mayweed, always did but now he’s taken on a new molenailty altogether 😊
You’ll feel the Sussex earth beneath your feet, smell the Yorkshire rain and yearn to look up at Tryfan’s rocky summit- the journey is one which far outstretches the medium of moles.
5 stars are not enough.

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  • 09-12-18

The triolgy just gets better

These audio books bring the mole chronicles to life, the stories are as good as I remember and the narration perfect.

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