Sword of the Broken Son

Thrones, Book 2
Narrated by: LC Kane
Length: 10 hrs and 18 mins
4.0 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

So apparently the kingdom needs a hero. Again.

Molly never wanted to be a princess. Because as exciting as a royal ball might sound, it's really only boring dignitaries and kingdom policy meetings. not exactly a fun night in Molly's book.

But when a mysterious party-crasher arrives with a plan to do the unthinkable, Molly finds herself wrapped up in a quest to save Tanniyn from an unstoppable army, a vengeful enemy, and the hordes of dangerous beasts lurking beyond the castle walls. Not to mention the ancient evil emerging from the pages of legend and threatening the existence of the entire known world. 

What began in Secret of the Lost King continues as the heroes of Tanniyn face their worst journey yet. Friends will be lost. Enemies will be gained. And sometimes, the truth is better left in a library of secrets. 

©2018 Shaun Stevenson (P)2019 Crimson Pulse LLC

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Religious Fantasy

I have to say that we felt a little let down on this book. The first book was faster paced, had a strong religious thread to it, and we found it to be a fun story. This book picked up where the other one left off, then jumps ahead two years, and then the pace of the story slows down a lot. Unfortunately, we just found it a bit of a struggle to finish. It gets more religious in this book and became more predictable. LC Kane does a wonderful job narrating this story. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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