Fireborn

Born Prophecy Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Zehra Jane Naqvi
Series: Born Prophecy Series, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 1 min
4 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Allegria appears to all to be nothing more than a simple priestess devoted to worship of the sun goddess. Hallow is a masterless apprentice. Deo was meant to save the world and bring the Fireborn and Starborn together peace.

But then invaders beseigned the land of the Starborn, breaking the prophecy. Now Allegria has fled the priesthood and wields the power of the sun. Hallow accepts the mantle of leadership he so long avoided. And Deo is tormented and tortured by the power of the invaders, using chaos itself to create an army that will drive the interlopers from the land and bring about the peace of the Fourth Age.

The three unlikely heroes must learn to trust where there is suspicion, to believe where there is only doubt, and to fight when all hope is lost.

©2018 Katie MacAlister (P)2018 Tantor

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not the usual humor from Katie MacAlister

The story is mildly entertaining, but lacks the usual wit and humor that are Katie MacAlister's trademark. unfortunately, the narrator is terrible. Her voice is grating and uneven, and she cannot successfully portray different voices. She is particularly bad at male voices. I recommend reading, rather than listening, to this book.

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