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The mute elven archer known only as Killer. Azyrin, a half Winter-orc shaman and his human swordswoman bride, Makha. Drake, the charming, swashbuckling rogue. The fireball-slinging pixie-goblin, Rahiel, and her mini-unicorn, Bill. These are the Gryphonpike Companions.

A magical scabbard and a hundred year old story send the companions down into the caverns beneath the Barrowlands. Surviving the caverns and finding the legendary rapier will test Killer's friendship with the roguish Drake. Far more than half-truths and forgotten stories lurk in the dark beneath their feet.

A Stone's Throw is an adventure fantasy novella.

©2012 AnneMarie Buhl (P)2012 AnneMarie Buhl

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  • M.B.
  • Monterey Bay, CA
  • 08-26-12

The fun continues :-)

If you could sum up A Stone's Throw in three words, what would they be?

Fun fantasy adventure

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Stone's Throw?

Drake trying to 'sheath' his sword ;-) and the fight scene with the cave tree and bats.

Which character – as performed by Christine Padovan – was your favorite?

That's hard - I guess the Irish sisters for this one.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, Ms. Bellet writes each story in the series as a novella, so I like to listen to each one in one sitting - or long commute :-)

Any additional comments?

The battle scenes weren't as challenging as the first 2 books, but still very entertaining - this one actually had more character development between Drake and Killer.

5 of 5 people found this review helpful