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Publisher's Summary

Five stories from the Powder Mage Universe, including the never-before-published "Green-Eyed Vipers".

"Hope's End"

"The Girl of Hrusch Avenue"

"Green-Eyed Vipers"

"The Face in the Window"

"Return to Honor"

©2013, 2015 Brian McClellan (P)2015 Brian McClellan

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Decent stories again ruined by a terrible narrator

The only slightly redeeming part of this set of stories compared to the Powder Mage Novella Collection is that most of the main characters are female in this one, and Hoverson is worst when doing male voices, especially Tamas. I actually was happy to spend extra money to get Return to Honor narrated by Christian Rodska. I really hope in the future they stick to Rodska or pick a distant female narrator. There are plenty of great ones out there.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Good Prequals

Always fun to hear about the characters before all hell breaks loose. Wish they were longer!

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Drop the narrator.

Julie is bad. Doesn’t do her homework. She is a huge letdown compared to Christian.