Eternal Wanderings

The Continuing Journey of Kara O'Keefe
Narrated by: Jennifer Fournier
Length: 5 hrs and 42 mins
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Mortal. Immortal. Musician. Mage.  

On a journey from the boroughs of New York to the heart of Tir na nÓg, from innocence to the deepest darkest crevices of her soul, Kara O’Keefe found power and strength in the discovery of self. But with that peace came a hard truth. As a bridge connecting many worlds, none of them held a place for her.

She must find her own way, forge her own path.

To honor a vow to Granddame Rose, a matriarch of the Kalderaš Clan, Kara joins the Romani caravan, only to find herself even more of an outsider than before. While she strives for acceptance, and to honor her vow, little does she know she has once more become a lure to an ancient and deadly enemy, drawing danger into the midst of her unsuspecting hosts.

Once savior of the world, Kara must now save herself and the innocents around her.

She has come into her legacy, but where will destiny take her?

Based on the Eternal Cycle Series of Novels:

  • Yesterday's Dreams
  • Tomorrow's Memories
  • Today's Promise

Includes six bonus short stories.

©2019 Danielle Ackley-McPhail (P)2019 Danielle Ackley-McPhail

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hmmmm

*I have recieved this audiobook for free for an honest review*

the book is good, but then there are prequels at the end of the book for other books, and it just makes it more confusing. I will probably pick up the other books, but I am not sure why there are so many prequels at the end.