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The Immortal Bind

Narrated by: Edwina Wren
Length: 10 hrs and 53 mins
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The adventure of a lifetime...or two, or three. 

When Sara is gifted a beautiful antique chair as a wedding present, she is completely unaware that it is one of a unique pair. On the other side of the world, the chair's twin is presented to a reclusive artist, Jon, as a birthday gift. 

The two new owners are thrust into a mind-expanding adventure through the ages - medieval East Anglia, Scotland, France and India. In each instance they experience significant junctions in their lives past, to remember and redress ripples of karma they set in motion and thwart an evil entity that still threatens their present-day lives. 

Their journey exposes a cursed love affair spanning 1,000 years and 10,000 miles. Only the full realisation of their own shortcomings will prevent the tragic reoccurring outcome of their immortal bind.

©2017 Traci Harding (P)2019 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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  • Gavin
  • 01-09-19

Bloody Brilliant!

What an original story. Stretching over 4 and a bit life times this tale of Karmic entanglement is, not only a beautiful example of how karma works, but also of how a group of entangled lifetimes would actually work.

Throw in an ancient curse, love, betrayal, gallant friendship over many incarnations, ghosts, murder, oh the list goes on, and you have a book that is "hard to put down" ( So to speak).

Edwina Wren is a master reader. She flawlessly handles the different accents across many countries and time periods. Her wonderous ability only adds to Traci's story telling, augmenting the brilliance of this tale.

I would give them both 100 stars if I could.