The Wrath of the Forgotten

The Korrinian Chronicles, Book 1
Length: 8 hrs and 18 mins
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Publisher's Summary

What has been forgotten can destroy you and everything you hold dear. Daisko Nori learns that lesson first hand as he goes about fulfilling his duty as an imperial bodyguard. Nori is sent to the city of Jadai to protect the youngest daughter of the Empress. What starts off as an easy, boring assignment will quickly escalate to an epic quest, filled with terrible monsters, questionable characters, and a race against time. Will Nori and his friends be able to get to the capital before the will of the Celestial Ones comes to pass?

Full cast of narrators includes James Massey.

©2015 Michael Ignacio Jr. (P)2016 MIchael Ignacio Jr.

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This has been my first time listening to an audio drama/audio book. The story itself is refreshing. While centered on the goal of saving the world as they know it, the story centers on four people learning about each other and overcoming their differences and prejudices to form strong bonds of friendship. The characters can all be related to, even the main villain. I feel it's not often you come across a story that makes you sympathize with the villain along with the hero(es). The world is richly painted, and they story is easy to fall into. I would say this story is geared more towards young adults, but I'm in my thirties and enjoyed it. I would definitely recommend it, and I look forward to the sequel.

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A well spun tale! Kept me on the edge of my seat at times, a wonderful listen.