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Melkorka Audiobook

Melkorka: The Kaelandur Series, Volume 1

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Publisher's Summary

Branimir is a slave to the mighty Highborn. Unwittingly, his masters forge a copper dagger capable of destroying the Ash Tree. Drawn along on the quest to remedy the mistake of his masters, Branimir becomes the most unlikely of heroes in an inimical world of magic and mayhem.

©2015 Joshua Robertson (P)2017 Joshua Robertson

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    Amazon Customer 09-20-17 Member Since 2017
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    "Very engaging and full of surprises."

    Reader Review:
    Fred Wolinsky isn't exactly my cup of tea when it comes to Narrator voices.

    The Good:
    Wolinsky was able to give each character a different and identifying voice which made dialogue easy to follow throughout the story.

    Though it took some chapters for me to get use to his voice and the way he narrated, it did end up growing on me.

    The Bad:
    It took a few chapters for me to get adjusted to his voice. Though a lot of the characters voices I felt were matched to the characters perfectly, there were some that were off.

    I wish he had more emotion in the dialogue during intense scenes. Also, durning action narration, I wish he amped up more as well.

    Over all the Narration gets 3 of 5 stars.

    The Story:
    It was an excellent story through and through and because of it, I stayed interested enough to get use to the narrator.

    The Good:
    I thoroughly enjoyed the main POV character, his struggles, his thoughts, his growth, and his adventure.

    There were some very dark and surprising twists in both the 2nd and 3rd acts of the book that grabbed my attention and by the end it left me wanting more.

    The Bad:
    A bit heavy on metaphors.

    Story gets a 5 out of 5 rating
    Overall it gets a 4 out of 5.
    I would buy the audible version of book two with the same narrator if Available so I can listen to it as I work. (I am a driver.)

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