• Moving Targets

  • Exiles in Arms, Vol. One
  • By: C.L. Werner
  • Narrated by: Ray Porter
  • Length: 3 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (66 ratings)

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Moving Targets

By: C.L. Werner
Narrated by: Ray Porter
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Publisher's summary

Taryn di la Rovissi and Rutger Shaw: Two hard-luck mercenaries looking to make a clean break from the flagging war in occupied Llael…

With the forces of Khador massing for another surge south into Cygnar and the Thornwood Forest, Taryn and Rutger are forced to take a dangerous escape route before borders close for good. Amid the last refugees fleeing the advance, the duo is caught up in an assignment that will prove to be either their salvation or their undoing.

From the stinking mists of the Bloodsmeath Marsh to the back alleys of Five Fingers, Taryn and Rutger will do everything in their power to survive a game of Moving Targets. A novella of the Iron Kingdoms.

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Good book but weird female voice.

Wile I think Ray Porter has an amazing voice and is a good performer, his female voice is really bad and get's you completly out of it. He tries to make some kind of soft tone, but it really doesnt match the actitud of the character.

Too bad, this would be a 10/10 if it wasnt for that.

The story itself is a simple one. Has a fan of the Iron Kingdoms I did emjoy it.

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