Echoes of a Storm

The Storm Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Cari Scholtens
Series: The Storm Series (Scott), Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 48 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Welcome listener to a story in the tradition of the very best of British dark fantasy.

Echoes of a Storm is the first installment in the Storm Series and sets the scene and tone for this powerful bittersweet trilogy.

This dark, gritty, fantasy novel explores many themes such as, relationships, forbidden love, loss, power, prejudice and ultimately, the monster which lurks inside us all.

As you delve further into the story, secrets will be revealed, battles will be fought, lives will be brutally cut short or changed forever, and the deviant and the Werewolf will make themselves known.

So, listener, are you ready to enter the world of Talocants and discover the stories and secrets it holds?

It is only step away.

©2014 Alan Scott (P)2017 Alan Scott

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Again with the narrator

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

Female narrator wasn't compatible with this book. The accents weren't consistent. The male voices were terrible. "Jack' sounded like kermit the Frog at times. Couldn't make it through the book. The story was boring. I'm not sure if it was the narrator that made it that way? To be fair, I only made it to chapter 8. So maybe it got better?