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Keepers of the Ring, Book 2
Narrated by: Daniel Moore
Series: Keepers of the Ring, Book 2
Length: 13 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Gilda, Fallon, Noshi: Three children, the sole survivors of the Roanoke massacre. Fallon, the oldest, made a solemn pledge to protect his younger charges at all costs. But before long, they are torn apart; Fallon is sentenced to death, saved at the last moment and sent to England; Noshi is sold as a slave; and Gilda is claimed by her cousin Pocahontas.

But Fallon has not forgotten Noshi or Gilda. And so he overcomes all odds to return to America and fulfill his pledge to his murdered parents. But what awaits him is far more treacherous than he dreamed, and those he seeks are far more changed than he could have imagined.

©1996, 2009 Angela E. Hunt (P)2014 Angela E. Hunt

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"Powerful stories rich with historical detail and compelling characters." (Francine Rivers, award-winning author)

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Excellent, even better than bk 1

The narrator was the icing on the cake. 2 thumbs up for author & narrator.

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So Happy I Continued to the 2nd Book

After the darkness of Roanoke (Book 1), I wasn’t so sure I wanted to continue in the series. This story continues with similar struggles - which would have been realistic, but rays of hope throughout.

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Wonderful!

I loved the second book of the series. At first I struggled with the change in narrator, but he did a wonderful job. Moore used great voices and accents.