• The Seventeenth Year

  • The World Walker, Book 3
  • By: Ian W. Sainsbury
  • Narrated by: Todd Boyce
  • Length: 10 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (584 ratings)

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The Seventeenth Year

By: Ian W. Sainsbury
Narrated by: Todd Boyce
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Publisher's summary

What if every choice you ever made had the power to reshape reality?

Joni, the daughter of World Walker Seb Varden, has never met her father. And the world he left behind has become a dangerous place for the last generation of Manna users. Mee and John insist Seb will return, but what if they're wrong?

Could it be possible she has none of Seb Varden's powers? Or might her abilities reveal themselves as she leaves childhood behind? In her 17th year, Joni will be forced to leave those she loves, face a great evil, and finally learn the truth about her father.

©2017 Ian Sainsbury (P)2017 Audible, Ltd

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The gimmick was a poor one.

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There could have been so much that could have happened in this instalment. The gimmick simply ate up reading/listening time. The constant narrative recapping events to make sure the reader was still with the twists was a bit much. Then again the repeating of events to other characters over and over again so that the characters were up to date was yet another layer of retelling