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Fallen Academy: Year Three and a Half

Narrated by: Brent Bailey
Series: Fallen Academy, Book 3.5
Length: 2 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (254 ratings)

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When Brielle was taken by the prince of darkness, a large part of me died inside. How can I move on? How can I accept that she's gone? 

I can't. 

After searching every possible way to bring her back, I finally accept that she may be gone...forever. If that's the case, then I can't stay in Angel City any longer.

Author's note: This is a follow-up 30,000-word novella to Fallen Academy: Year Three that is told from Lincoln's point of view and covers his one year without Brielle. Happy reading! =)

©2019 Leia Stone (P)2019 Leia Stone

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OMG!!! Narrator for Lincoln is amazing and sexy!!

Just hearing a guys voice narration was way better than listening to a womans voice pretending to be a man. And I can't beging to tell you how sexy as hell this narrator is! Man oh man! Did I mention sexy???!!!! Anyway, it was nice to hear how he felt, all the pain and suffering he had to deal with and his underground work in San Francisco. THAT was tense! Just loved this book and wish he could be the narrator for the 4th.

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This is a thrill ride, short and scary!

When Brielle disappears to Hell and may not still be alive Lincoln is stuck in Angel City with no direction. Everyone is trying to move on and they even have a funeral for her but he can’t. He can’t accept that she is gone and definitely not that she is dead. He falls in to a pit of despair, and even goes so far as to end his life. When that doesn’t work he makes a life altering decision. He must leave all of his friends and Angel City behind. If he cannot be with the woman he loves then he will put his life on the line to save as many others as he can. The danger level is high and his moral compass will be tested. This is a thrill ride, short and scary! It was fun to find out how he spent the year!

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So good!

Ok. Hearing Lincolns POV was fabulous, and this narrator was phenomenal! I absolutely loved this audio. Great Job!

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More depth in this installment

This book actually has more depth than the previous two I read from this series. Unfortunately, Year One had too many disconnects. It captured my interest enough to try Year Two, but it wasn’t enough to keep it. Because that was returned, I’m not going to keep this one. I will not buy Year Three or Year Four.
I think Ms Stone has a lot of talent and creativity and hope she gets whatever support will help her write better edited books, with tighter story lines. I hope to read more of her work in future as she matures.
I’ve never heard of Bailey before, but he does a really decent job of narrating this one. He has the right voice, it’s pleasant to listen to, and he really communicates the story and emotions well. It would only add to his skills if he can add more character differentiation.

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Omg

This series is a roller coaster of emotions. I haven’t cried so much in one series as I have with this one. The writing is amazing and makes you really feel empathy for these fictional characters. Can’t wait for the next book.

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Unique view

I feel I wish I would have read this one before year 3. Yes, it would have gave some stuff away but in my opinion it would have flowed a bit more to see Lincoln side first.

Great read.

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Can't wait for year 4

I liked it. Even though they made Lincoln kinda weak in the story. I get the whole broken part but in my option it didn't go with the Lincoln character as described in the earlier books. Nevertheless it was a well written book. Can not wait for year 4.

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More intense than all before

Fantastic! Very emotion provoking ride! I have gotta day with the build up, this half step was well worth taking!

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  • Mrs. C. Hunt
  • 06-20-19

Fallen Academy: Year Three and a Half

This is a great additional book to fill in what Lincan was going through. Full of loads of emotion and struggles. Read with great feeling by Brent Bailey.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-29-19

Brilliant narrator, he voice was prefect.

I highly recommend. I was so impressed with this narrator. he spoke like he was acting not reading. The story from Lincoln perspective was so enjoyable. looking forward to audiobook four .