Narrator John G. Preston provides a prime example of classic storytelling as he employs his light tenor to perform the story of two companions, Lyrec and Borregad, who travel from world to world searching for Lyrec's lost love, Elystroya. Elystroya has been kidnapped by the villain Miradomon, who has also destroyed the pair's home world. In this universe, Lyrec has taken on the form of a young, handsome man, but unfortunately, Borregad has ended up in the body of a black cat. Preston gives each character a distinctive and easily-recognizable voice without any overacting, and listeners will especially savor his entertainingly evil characterization of Miradomon, who, in this universe, has taken the form of a god.
Lyrec and Borregad - Just a Man and a Cat...from Another Universe
Lovelorn Lyrec and wise-cracking Borregad have been companions through world after world, adventure after adventure.
They seek Lyrec's lost lady, and vengeance for the obliteration of their homeworld. But the evil Miradomon is always one step ahead, leaving a dark trail of destruction behind him.
Crossing a chain of parallel universes, our heroes must take on new identities in each new world. In his latest incarnation, Lyrec has done quite well for himself. He is young, strong, handsome, skilled in the arts of war and song. Poor Borregad blew it. He’s stuck in the body of a cat. And Miradomon?
This time, he’s a god.