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Return of the Grail King

Power Places, Book 3
Narrated by: Amanda Abeillan
Series: Power Places, Book 3
Length: 6 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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A mystical family legacy. A powerful king destined to return. One legendary couple must correct the past to restore the future....

Anne Le Claire won’t let being the descendant of a family of ancient mystics stop her from being a good mom. When her husband Michael is called away to explore an Egyptian cave-in near the due date, she hopes she can hold off on the delivery a few days longer. Little does Anne know that destiny has a plan for her baby, but a powerful enemy wants to delay the epic reincarnation...indefinitely. 

Michael Levy hopes he can explore the Giza plateau site quickly and return to the opulent Le Clair family mansion post haste. With time running out before his child is born, a statue of the god Anubis comes to life and takes the Egyptologist on a detour through legendary Arthurian history. When he learns that he and Anne were responsible for a grand betrayal in another lifetime, the only way to right the wrongs of the past is to travel through time....

As an unspeakable evil puts the family fortune and their unborn child in grave danger, the help of Anne’s magical grandmother may not be enough to save the day. But will enlisting a modern-day Merlin counter a devious plot against Anne and Michael that’s been centuries in the making?

Return of the Grail King is the third book in the Power Places series of visionary and urban fantasy novels. If you like action-packed plots, ancient mythology, and the legend of King Arthur, then you’ll love Theresa Crater’s mind-twisting series. 

Buy Return of the Grail King to take on Mordred today!

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Loyalisa30

Theresa Crater wrote a wonderful story of time travel infused with history. Anne and Michael’s love and responsibility for family and the future of earth caused them to right wrongs of past family betrayal. However, the narrator read so quickly and sometimes stumbled over words which diminished my enjoyment of the story. The narrator had no inflection in her voice, just monotonous reading. This would be a fantastic story with dual narrators.

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  • Jacqui
  • Marrickville, Australia
  • 11-23-19

What a terrible narrator

This was a great story. The first two books were excellent but this one, which, might be great, is appalling. The narrator was terrible I could only listen to chapter 1 and part of chapter 2. I never lost sight of the fact that she was reading a book as she raced along - no infection in her voice, nothing about different characters, no sense of what she was reading. I just couldn't listen past the second chapter. I hope someone realises this and re-records it with a credable narrator. Mean time, I shall have to buy this book & physically read it to see how it ends. I shall certainly get my credit back on this travesty of book. Amanda Abeillan should NOT do any more books..

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Very good

This was a very good book to listen too. It has suspense, action, danger and mystery. It kept me totally engrossed in it all the way to the end.