They were destined for failure.
When William, a mysterious and manipulative wizard, learns the deadly Ravenstone has been uncovered by a self-proclaimed regent known as the Priagent, he hastily assembles a group of mismatched travelers to steal the stone and deliver it to safety.
The Ravenstone is an ancient relic - a remnant of a battle between gods - and it has the power to unravel magic. The unlikely company sent to retrieve it consists of Arcturus, an exiled politician with a fondness for wine, Kariayla, a winged slave girl on a quest for redemption, Jinx, an unlucky thief and his imp counterpart, and Hawkwing, William's personal spy, at the helm.
Distrust, secrets, and inexperience threaten to compromise the mission as the group is forced to travel in the company of the enemy. Doubt turns to the wizard who employed them on this precarious quest - the quest to obtain a mythic source of dark power: The Legend of the Ravenstone.
What did you love best about Legend of the Ravenstone?
Carl's narration really brings the story to life.
Have you listened to any of Carl Moore’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes I have. I really enjoy this book because of the character voices. Carl did an awesome job of showing the emotion of each character throughout the story.
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