A fletcher's apprentice finally finds his calling in a brotherhood of elite rebel spies...until he discovers his leader's plot to betray them all.
When the Huctans conscript Timothy into a secret army - and when a girl with a strange set of skills sets him free - an awkward young man gets the chance to become a hero. Throwing himself into the rebel cause, Timothy ignites years of pent-up frustration and futility in an obsessive drive to fight, spy, and deceive better than anyone else. Losing himself in the exhaustion of training and the danger of missions, he finds friendship with a Thane as fanatical as he is and wraps his new identity completely in service to the rebel Band.
The rebel Band which, unbeknownst to him, was created to be betrayed.
Would you consider the audio edition of Thane to be better than the print version?
I think both the audio edition and print version were good. It just depends on if you are able to sit down and read or like to listen on the go.
What about Travis Daniel Bow’s performance did you like?
I thought Travis did a good job reading the book. He used good inflection and was easy to listen to.