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Portals of Infinity: Book Three: Of Temples and Trials

Narrated by: Dusty Rhoades
Series: Portals of Infinity, Book 3
Length: 5 hrs and 55 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (167 ratings)

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With the first of what he suspects will be many favors completed, William finds himself busy with important tasks back at his home on Saladin. Queen Rachel has several jobs she needs him to do, and Feliogustus has similar tasks in mind for him as well. All in all, it seems easy enough to Will, it's not like he'll be fighting in any wars, or traveling across the infinite on a strange quest after all.

But things aren't always as easy as they might seem, and both politics, as well as the other gods, aren't going to ignore Will, or the tasks he's been set to complete. And is if dealing with that isn't problem enough, when the time comes to do some serious diplomacy between Hiland and a neighboring Kingdom, a deadly problem comes from a most unexpected quarter, forcing Will to take immediate action to pay back both his, and his God's foes.

©2014 John Van Stry (P)2017 John Van Stry

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great book. poor recording

the story was great like the 9nes before it. the recording though, is scratchy with back ground static. And you could hear the reader pause often and take a drink. takes away from the story. :(

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good story

i like this writer but i cant believe audible and the writer allowed this narrator to do anything. i paid good money to hear a story i liked not hear someone drink liquid and make sounds with his mouth like hes dehydrated. its your job audible to be putting out at least a fair quality product and there have been narrators i didnt care for but this was bad.

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  • chelsea
  • shelbyville, illinois, US
  • 06-12-18

narrator is drinking during narration

decent book.
decent characters.
The only real issue I had with this book is the narration. I've heard worse of course. The narrator sounded as if he was constantly drinking water and catching his breath. Couple that with some amatuer sounding voices and it can really pull you out of the story. To make things worse, I listen with headphones. Every time he finishes a drink I here it in my ear. I like the book though.

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ugh

can't stand the spit sounds from the narrator ....sounds lime his mouth is full of spit, drove me nuts

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Disappointed after the first two books

I was excited to come back to this series to find the next two books. I went back and re listened to the first two, and found them as enjoyable and captivating as the first time.

I agree with the other reviews I read here. The narration change really hurt, but I didn't find it as bad some of the other reviews made it seem.

What's worse here is the story. More than halfway through the book, and we're still completing day to day tasks, and not sure where the story is going. I have doubts this plot line will go anywhere in the last hour and half.

This is sad after such an exciting concept with the first two books. I read the quick synopsis of the 4th book, and it actually says that the tasks that Fel has Will do are more mundane. I'm very glad I didn't purchase the 4th book.

The first two in the series were great, but I'm very disappointed with where it went from there.

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still good

miss the old narrator this one's he does okay but his swallowing every other sentence is annoying the story is still a good one

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the narrator sucks

the near raider sounds nothing like the other one and in the background is scratchy

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Awesome story bad Narrator

I love this author his stuff is always high quality. The narrator of the first two books was subpar butt did well enough, but for this one they changed the narrator which automatically makes it so we have to get used to new voices and then he was just bad and they didn't edit out the mouth noises

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A struggle

The reader may this one hard to get through but, the story was pretty good.

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Did not see that coming

This series is still as cool as it was in book 1. There's at least one more book in this series so you won't have to stifle your hunger for more adventures in this universe laid out before us.

On a side note sometimes when I'm writing reviews I forget that I'm in the heading or subject line only to realize that I can't type anymore. it's funny cuz I'm using voice type and with that I thought it just wasn't picking up my voice but no it wasn't that turns out I just ran out of space because I was on the wrong line.

Back to the review, I really enjoyed this book the characters express genuine emotion and you get to feel a little bit of their lives.