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Exile

By: Martin Owton
Narrated by: John Pirhalla
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Aron of Darien, raised in exile after his homeland is conquered by a treacherous warlord, makes his way in the world on the strength of his wits and skill with a sword. Both are sorely tested when he is impressed into the service of the Earl of Nandor to rescue his heir from captivity in the fortress of Sarazan. The rescue goes awry. Aron and his companions are betrayed and must flee for their lives. Pursued by steel and magic, they find new friends and old enemies on the road that leads, after many turns, to the city of the High King. There Aron must face his father's murderer before risking everything in a fight to the death with the deadliest swordsman in the kingdom.

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Plotting royal families, much sword-play, a dash of bawdiness, and enjoyable characters. Shades of Game of Thrones. Owton creates a rich world. Great fight scenes. The women of the court are particularly fun. Especially the Queen who of course is the wisest of them all. The narration performance was exceptional. So many rich characters made richer by John Pirhalla. There are over 40 voices in the novel. I look forward to Book 2.