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A debt is owed...and time is running out!

Ayrion’s tribe has until the Harvest Moon to meet the Guild’s price. If the payment isn’t made, Hurricane’s territory will be seized, and its members left to starve. 

The stakes have never been higher. 

Once again, Ayrion finds himself in the precarious position of taking on the role of savior. Only this time, it’s not just his life that hangs in the balance, but the lives of all the children he protects.

Desperation can lead people to attempt the impossible, but Ayrion has truly tipped the scales on this one.

©2020 Michael Wisehart (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Good well rounded series

These books are more character driven than magic driven - which I find far more entertaining. The geographical, social and political aspects are well developed. The street rat “niches” are particularly interesting and believable. As ALWAYS, Tim Gerard Reynolds cannot be beat as a narrator. He is a master of his craft.

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Great Third Book!

The third book picks up right after the second "huricane" and goes on to introduce the royal family in to the Aryon's life. I enjoyed this book much better then the Plague of Shadows. Yeat another flawless performance by Tim Gerard Reynolds.

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Find the Rover?

A lot of events took place in this book but not a lot of forward movement until near the end. The main focus was on Ayrion's exploits with the guilds that would fall under what I felt was character building, Even so, the encounters and interactions were well written and made all the more interesting with Tim Gerard Reynolds' splendid performance skills.

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yep

Makes my rebellious inner child happy. I can't change worlds or turn back the clock, but books like this allow me to enjoy that fantasy.

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A good asTolkien! I want more!

I read the Aldoran Chronicles 1st and wanted more of this story so I decided to try the Street Rats of Arandor. I love these even more! Now I have to start again!

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Fantastic

I love every one of Michael Wisehearts's works. This wraps up everything in the aldoran Chronicles to date for me. Even the shackled prequel I can't wait for the other instalment to come out this is a world I can get lost in anytime.

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I love it but i feel it does backwords.

I love the street of rats of aramoor. And i recommend you get it! But the only thing that really throw me off was the main char goes backwords in power level. To explain the first book he was a freaking beast! Betting people that are hella strong that everyone fears. But this book he is scared, he doesn't kill, and most of all he doesn't solo groups or really powerful people. This is more of a diplomatic way of doing things. Of course there is one part he is a beast but still. I still love the book and cant wait for next book! Thanks for reading my review

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Great ending, but

I really enjoyed the first two books with an awesome 12 year old and his abilities, but this book was a downer for me!

Except for the ending, the rest of the story was one disaster after another, and the lead character was on the losing side!

I like my lead characters to be ahead of the bad guys! The author disappointed me in the development of what could have been a great story, my opinion!

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Fantastic

every installment of the series gets better and better. I usually find prequels irritating but with exception to just one characters fate from the original series I'm happy with learning more back story.

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I can hardly wait.

This series has captured my interest since book 1. now that book 4 is confirmed I want to hear what happens next.

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  • 09-10-20

couldn't stop listening a

loved it listened to the whole book in 2 days highly recommend for any fantasy reader.