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As the conflict between Enosh and Damasca builds to war, Simon finds himself caught in the middle.

Alin is bound by prophecy to the Grandmasters of Enosh, but he begins to doubt his fate when he discovers that their talk of freedom hides a darker agenda.

Leah has never questioned her loyalty to Damasca. Now, she finds that allegiance tested as she is forced to oppose her own rebellious brother.

With these two powers on the brink of open war, the land soon trembles in the face of an even greater threat.

Who can stand against the Wanderer?

©2013 Will Wight (P)2016 Will Wight

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Great story, the authors reading has improved

in the first story house of blades the authors reading was very fast. The pace has slowed down considerably and more personality has been given to each character.

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I love Will's writing but....

He should hire a professional narrator for his studio books even at 2 bucks I think I'd rather just read the kindle version than listen to the lack of variety in his voices, and the rushed delivery of every line.

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“The right kind’a luv’n on Sunday morneen”

Natural development with some surprises. Good stuff.
The author is becoming a better narrator too.

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Great original story!

I loved the Night Angel triology, WoT, GoT, LoR, and Blood Song.... this series stands with them.

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READ this book, you'll enjoy it better

Ugh. It had been so long since I'd listened to the first book I'd forgotten about the narration, performed by the author. The storyline is worth a credit but the narration ruins it. I ended up reading the first book and will do same for this book. Long and short the narration is unbelievably bad, let me explain. The authors voice isn't bad but his intonation , you'd think he'd have a grasp on the tale he so creatively thought up...he doesn't.
Here is a good analogy; picture a teenage boy opening a Kermit sweater Christmas morning from sweet & senile grandparents. The teen responds, "wow grandma, I can't believe you remembered I love Kermit (followed by snicker)! That is how the ENTIRE book reads!! No matter if the character is watching parents be murdered or having a conversation with someone threatening to kill him/her. Regardless, the narrator happily and sarcastically reads each line of book with same wholly inappropriate "You killed my daughter!" Could easily be "meatloaf AGAIN mom?"
I'm not kidding, it throws off the world a listener is trying to be immersed in.
I will READ this authors books-he's a good writer but someone needs to tell him his narration is more suitable as a kindergarden teacher during story time (rainbows & sunshine) and horrible for his books.

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AMASSING

THE BEST BOOK EVER TO READ ! . ! . ! . ! . !

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great story

loved the story and was interesting hearing the author tell story on his own voice

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The narration is to fast

Change the narration speed to .85x if you plan on listening to this book. At 1x speed the book sounds rushed.

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Another Great Entry but Will

There were some cool scenes and fights in this book. I enjoyed the way the lore and history of the world and the territories has developed. I want to see more of Valinhall but I guess it will wait.

The development with Allen was expected, but the reasoning behind it was interesting. All together, great book, I would recommend.

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not the best narration

I love this series just as I love the other Will Wight series however, in this one, the author does his own narration. In book 1, I struggled to stay with it. In book 2, you could tell he was finally getting into his characters. Looking forward to book 3 , not just for the story, but to see if he improved his narration even more. Regardless, I love all of his writings!