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Servant of the Crown

Heir to the Crown, Book 1
Narrated by: Greg Patmore
Length: 12 hrs and 20 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (6 ratings)

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An old warrior, too stubborn to die. A royal heir, hidden at birth. Can they save a realm on the brink of war? 

Tragedy tears Gerald's world apart, and only his unwavering loyalty to the Baron of Bodden saves him. After serving as a soldier for years, a single act of self-sacrifice thrusts his future into the world of politics. Cut off from all he knows, he becomes no more than a pawn to those in command. 

Banished with little more than the clothes on his back, he seeks a new purpose, for what is a warrior who has nothing left to fight for? 

A fateful meeting with another lost soul unmasks a shocking secret, compelling him to take up the mantle of guardian. Bandits, the Black Hand, and even the King, he battles them all for the future of the realm. 

Memories of the past, secrets that shape the future; his adventure is only the beginning. 

Servant of the Crown is the first audiobook in the medieval Heir to the Crown fantasy series. If you like gripping fight scenes, compelling characters, and a captivating story, then you will love Paul J Bennett's tale of a warrior who refuses to retreat.  

Order your copy of Servant of the Crown, and discover the realm of Merceria today!     

Other audiobooks in the series, coming soon: 

Sword of the Crown

Heart of the Crown

©2018 Paul J Bennett (P)2019 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Beautiful done.

Once in a while i get a pleasent suprise when selecting new authors in the fantasy genere. This book starts of in the media res style, we get a breif look into the background of the main char. IT could ve been deeper but is sufficient. Then comes back to where the story started, the drive in the story is pleasant. There Are some weaknesses like when the main characters go to the slum. Seems like the sergant doesnt understand the dangers in the slum. But its not a showstopper.
The narrator is good,

Recommended if you are a bit tired of fantastical hero stories.