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Portals of Infinity

Demigods and Deities, Book Five
Narrated by: Dusty Rhoades
Series: Portals of Infinity, Book 5
Length: 9 hrs and 33 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (60 ratings)

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Life can be complicated for those who the gods pick as their champions, and for William, it's really no different. Between dealing with issues at home for his god Feliogustus, to helping Queen Rachel defend Hiland against the growing threat of Barassa, to being loaned out to other gods in other spheres, William has been kept busy.

Many of these tasks have had consequences however. Some of those William expected, and for one of them the time has come to deal with it and a trip back to Sireen may soon be in order. Complicating that matter however are those who are holding a grudge against William for his thwarting of their actions. But when the followers of another god kidnap his youngest child, William's first question is, is this revenge, or is there something special about his child? With both his god, and the goddess Aryanna mostly mute on the issue, beyond their one command to keep the child "hidden", William wonders what it is they won't say, and why.

As always, there are things you need to take on faith when you work for a god, but sometimes their responses can be very frustrating. Especially when they order you not to ask questions, but the welfare of your own child is involved. Add to that some equally strange discoveries about his old foe Cenewyg back on Earth, which are also affecting his life and William is left with more questions than for which he has answers.

©2015 John Van Stry (P)2019 John Van Stry

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I love this series, but this audiobook was bad

Good story, nice character growth, expanding world. I love this series and looking forward to the next.

The audiobook version however was horrible!! Much shorter than what I normally listen to, even when it was obvious that the narrator was extending it artificially. There are many unreasonable pauses in the recording. And more than a few were so long that I checked to be sure that the audio didn't stop.

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don't get me wrong I love the story

I completely love this series I've listened to the first couple of books multiple times but I almost almost stop listening to this book because of the huge pauses that the narrator kept taking at the beginning of the book after a while I stopped noticing it but still it was good I enjoyed it very much despite the narrator

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Very disappointed

The voice acting of this book is horrible very disjointed and hard to follow because of the voice actor was very disappointed the previous books were great and was really looking forward to this book couldn’t even get past the first chapter due to how poorly it was read

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Excellent Story!

Another excellent step in the series! The characters are continuing to grow and becoming more and more interesting. As always I can’t wait for the next audiobook. Dusty takes a while to get into form in his narration and it certainly does detract from the first few chapters. After that he settles in and does an excellent job. I love this series and the characters in it which is pretty much what I say about each series of John-Van-Strys that I am currently following. So I sincerely recommend this series and book!

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Disappointing

The narration is really bad. Long pauses that really brings the story down. If it wasn’t for the long pauses it would be better

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Push through

Still hate the narrator he does a real crummy job on this book the pauses Really badd editing They used to have a good narrator But O well the series is still good Just have to push through it If you have done this far in the book series you're not going stop the book is great just crummy narrator

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Good book except for....

the narration is choppy/awkward. random pauses in between sentences and between character dialogue. shoulda gone for Nick podehl..

Feels almost impossible to get through the listen