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An innocent excited boy, a prince and heir, takes his first journey to the city. The streets teem with merchants in velvet robes, magicians, half-mad preachers, with life and color, poverty and noise. He doesn't want to miss any of it. But this is the last journey in his life as a prince. Soon he will be abandoned and declared dead. Soon he will be utterly alone, faced only with survival and what will become the driving force of his life: the quest to recover his stolen inheritance, his usurped throne. His home.

A story of cities and palaces, of power-hungry lords and ladies scheming inside a magically threatened land. Intricate, compelling, The White Mists of Power is the debut novel of a woman who has gone on to have a seismic impact on the science-fiction and fantasy field.

©1991 Kristine Kathryn Rusch (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would absolutely recommend this book to a friend. I enjoyed the base premise of a boy who had been "lost" and came back to reclaim his power.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The White Mists of Power?

It would have to be the revelation of the bards identity at the dinner.

What about Gildart Jackson’s performance did you like?

I liked that the readers voice was not obtrusive. It made getting into the story much easier.