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Jager Thunder: A Story of Black Powder and Panamindorah: Refugees, Volume 2 Audiobook

Jager Thunder: A Story of Black Powder and Panamindorah: Refugees, Volume 2

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From the Author of The Guild of the Cowry Catchers:

While the crew of the Scarlet Albatross struggles to survive her harrowing voyage, Gerard is busy keeping his promise to his father. He and Silveo return to Holovarus for a brief farewell visit. However, chaos is threatening to overwhelm the Great Islands, and even little Holovarus will not be spared. Gerard's father and brother are facing difficult decisions, and they need help. Gerard feels torn between his old kingdom and his new family.

The situation only grows more complicated when the crew of the Scarlet Albatross limps into port, bringing old enemies and a child Silveo didn't know existed. Jager Thunder is a sequel to both The Scarlet Albatross and The Guild of the Cowry Catchers sagas.

©2017 Abigail Hilton (P)2017 Abigail Hilton

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    jabari 09-05-17
    jabari 09-05-17 Member Since 2014
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    "More swashbuckling and not just with weapons"

    Abby has successfully captured my attention yet again with this even paced return to the cowry catcher universe .
    This story takes place at the turning of an age and there are enough elements ease that baton pass . Initially I was and sorta still am worried about what this change will mean for the feel of this adventure on the high seas that I have come to love but by the end you should feel excited to see .
    This is queer positive series of books so if you are queer like me or just want more diversity in novels I'd invite you to check the whole series out .
    The story is solid but raises some questions about how time is linked in the world ( prophet ) sorta lays he ground work for jager thunder in a cool way .
    Abby continues to weave through multiple points of view and no one feels lost .

    The hardest thing for me were the voices of older characters, I know the full voice cast is a lot however I really think it would have made the story feel more like the next step and not so brand new , but overall it's not the biggest thing to get over .
    I can't wait for the next one

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    Dana Pearson Oakland, CA USA 07-30-17
    Dana Pearson Oakland, CA USA 07-30-17 Member Since 2017
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    "My favorite fantasy author does it again! "

    Since first discovering Abby's spellbinding full cast Cowry Catchers I've devoured everything she's written. I've long waited for this and had the privilege of consuming some preview chapters she makes available to her Patreon subscribers. Thus was an instant buy for me as it continues the thrilling journey within the universe I love

    Both narrators are fantastic and unlike some authors, Abby chooses these folks carefully. If you've read Scarlet Albatross, this is a slam dunk purchase from an author who really cares for and is actively engaged with her readers.

    A rare talent creating amazing characters in a finally crafted universe brought to life by stellar narration

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    mikedz 10-13-17
    mikedz 10-13-17
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    "Tour de Force"

    Abbie has created a true tour de force - with kings, wyverns, princes and princess, assorted nobility, refugees, ships, airships, introduction of gunpowder, treachery, poison, forgiveness, love, growth, and battles. Rooted in two earlier tales (Scarlet Albatross and The Guild of the Cowry Catchers), Jager Thunder is a sequel to both and best enjoyed after reading both. With the help of two excellent narrators, Abbie weaves characters and plot lines from both of them into an intense and satisfying crescendo. Bravo.

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    Jason Kivela Madison, WI USA 10-13-17
    Jason Kivela Madison, WI USA 10-13-17
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    "Strong performances and aweseom story"

    Book 2 of a series (even if it's the second trilogy for an on-going story) is always a hard one to pull off, as it's a bridge from the arching story intro and it's conclusion. Hilton dose a great job pulling together the casts of characters from the first trilogy and those in the first book of this series. The politics are great. Lots of well done action, though the final night dose go on for many, many chapters, as the large cast is spread out doing a lot of different things. Still it's easy to follow along what each group is doing. The performances are great. Outfield keeps the various voices distinct and easy to keep track of. Harris has a great reading voice, very easy to listen to. My only complaint is Harris' voice is a bit soft, and sometimes hard to hear if one is riding a subway.

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    Nuremon 10-05-17
    Nuremon 10-05-17
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    "Great read and reading"

    I have been a fan of Abigail Hilton's Panamindorah works for some time now and this installment does not disappoint.

    I think this would be a great book on it's own, but it's even better as a congregate sequel to both the Guild of the Cowry Catchers series and the first Refugees novel, The Scarlet Albatross.

    I appreciated that the characters and plot are not always predictable and that makes rereading it so much more rewarding.

    Highly recommended.

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    Chatham NJ Chatham NJ 10-04-17
    Chatham NJ Chatham NJ 10-04-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Bringing them all together"

    Another amazing book by Abigail Hilton! I love how this book brings all the characters from Cowery Catchers and Scarlet Albratross together for the first time. She weaves the stories together. I am waiting for book Three!

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    Amazon Customer 09-28-17 Member Since 2017
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    "another awesome story!"

    This is the 2nd book in the series & ties her older series & many excellent short stories in to this new series. You don't have to read the 1st series but this wonderful story won't be nearly as great if you don't. You have to read the 1st book in this series though or you'll be super lost. A wonderful read & listen that you'll discover something new each time you dive into it!

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    Nancy E. Bailey Strathroy ON 09-26-17
    Nancy E. Bailey Strathroy ON 09-26-17
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    "More Awesome"

    Panamindorah never fails to satisfy! This installment begins with continuing Gerard and Silveo's story from the end of Cowry Catchers until they are caught up in the adventures of the Albatross's crew -- or vice versa. The characters are as engaging as always and the world continues to grow.
    The narration also works wonderfully. Lauren and Rish match each other's character accents very well, and there were even times when I thought Norm had popped in to voice Silveo.
    Well done, everyone!

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    Jill 09-24-17
    Jill 09-24-17
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    "Another World Building Epic Story"

    Wow! First I want to mention Abigal Hilton was my first fantasy author to listen to on audio . Initially I chose "The Guild of the Cowry Catchers: A Story of Pirates and Panamindorah", Complete 5-Book Series. The audio production and world building was unlike anything I had read. Ms Hilton has become one of my favorite authors.
    Jager Thunder: A Story of Black Powder and Panamindorah: Refugees Volume 2 , is the second book towards this epic story. The story brings Volume 1: The Scarlet Albatross and The Guild of the Cowry Catchers together, introducing additional information about the characters and how their interests and experiences emerge to make this series successful. The story consists of airships, ships, castles, kings, and lords. The epic story reintroduces the characters from Cowry Catchers and the problems their kingdom are experiencing. Once this is established, Part 2 introduces how an airship may be able to assist in the rising unrest. From this point the story explodes with continuous challenges and strong relationships. Jager Thunder offers unpredictable results throughout the story. I highly recommend this book.
    Rish Outfield and Lauren Harris are excellent narrators.

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    ccclarsen 09-21-17
    ccclarsen 09-21-17 Member Since 2013
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    "Abigail once agian ahs done a wonderfull job"
    Would you listen to Jager Thunder: A Story of Black Powder and Panamindorah: Refugees, Volume 2 again? Why?

    no.......too many books not enough time


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

    Oo yes i didnt want it too end and loved the feeling of being with old friends.


    Any additional comments?

    I started wit Abigail in podcast form and have always been a a fan of the world she has created. this book delivered all i wanted and more...thanx

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    " Disappointing - nothing like Cowry Catchers"

    I was expecting this book to be like the Cowry Catchers series which I have listened to several times. It has many of the same characters but unfortunately they are no longer fun and appear to have aged into middle aged sounding old men. How can this have happened within a couple of years. A lively narrator is essential for this type of book. Rish Outfield is an excellent narrator but not for this book. I am over half way through the book and really struggling. I will not be attempting the other book in the Refugee series. But if you struggle with sleep and use audio books to get you off to sleep at night then this is the one. Even the main narrator sounds like he's about to nod off. What a pity.

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