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Fields of Honor is the continuation of Robert Stanek's multilayered epic fantasy adventure begun with Keeper Martin's Tale and continued with Kingdom Alliance. In his acclaimed Keeper Martin's Tale, he introduced us to the story of Ruin Mist, an extraordinary world of magic, adventure and intrigue. Now in the eagerly awaited follow-up to Kingdom Alliance, he once again proves himself a wonderful storyteller with a gift for fast pacing and believable storylines.

War came to the Kingdoms. Many perished in the turmoil and unrest. An attempt was made to kidnap a princess and assassinate a king. Now, from the ancient past a dark power returns. As prophecy becomes reality, the factions struggle for control, only to further divide the lands. Some would say that King Andrew Alder foolishly agreed to support the Elves of the Reaches, sending men to aid their cause when the causes of all Men in all lands were being put to the test of steel. And in the North, men back their words with action. Against a backdrop of treachery and intrigue, murder and mayhem, the price of free will is high. Many will pay with their lives. Many will succumb to imprisonment and enslavement. For when alliances shatter, old hatreds rise anew and the plotting and scheming begin.

©2009 Robert Stanek; (P)2009 RP Audio

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Terrible narration ...

I loved the story but the narration done by, Karl Fehr, is very flat and monitone. It takes away from the highs and lows of the storyline.

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