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Legend's End

Narrated by: Rich McVicar
Length: 13 hrs and 30 mins
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A sudden loss in Carson Alden's life brings with it an unexpected surprise that carries him home to Turner Junction. Though it's the town he was born to, it's also a place he barely remembers. 

Upon his arrival at the historic Bolton Hotel, he is immediately faced with images of yesteryear, photographs on the walls that illustrate the town's rich history. There, he also meets an elderly woman known as the Duchess, the town's revered keeper of the legends, a woman who loved great and lost greater.

Lauren Hendricks first came to Turner Junction to care for her elderly grandfather, Edgar, a man who loves nothing more than riding along the Empire One's rusted rails. Now a local real estate agent, it is Lauren who will hand Carson the keys to his house, helping him unlock the secret of why he was taken from Turner Junction after the untimely death of his parents. 

But Carson will find more find than a new home and a new life; he will unwittingly give rest to the town's one remaining legend.

©2007 Joseph Pittman (P)2018 Joseph Pittman

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Great!

Complex, interesting, well-written and fantastic narration! I highly recommend this audio!

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  • 01-21-19

What a lovely story!!

I was kind of bummed when this story ended. I really enjoyed it!

It was a tad generational in that the current day story actually had it's roots 150 years hence. It was told with such deftness that you never felt the historical shift. The past absolutely came alive!

This lovely story had a bit of mystery interwoven into the legend. The big reveal was really BIG!! (Nope, I did not see that coming.)

I can't say enough about the narration. This incredibly great story was elevated by an incredibly great narrator. This was a lovely story from start to finish.

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amazing

a story full of details.... this book was very how to explain it right? I think it was very complex/.... and maybe very detailed in a very good way..... I do recommend to listen to this book without distractions, because this book is so detailed..... it was very complex ....again it was in a good way..... I don't want to tell you everything about the book.... because I will ruin your journey but it was great.... and I do admit I stopped the listen once or twice..... I had to be very concentrated...
btw the narrator was great
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Long and complex

I got this review copy via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. This story went from present to past to present and all things in between. The narrator did not show many emotions and put me to sleep many times but I hit rewind and completed the book. I am not too sure that I got the whole of the story. Billy, Marna, Hank, and so many characters to keep in mind to ensure that you understood the story.