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Being the Chosen One is supposed to be awesome, right?

Well, that's what most people assume. Most of them haven't tried it yet.

Devon Walker really just wanted to power level and collect some loot along the way. But yeah. Things in Relic Online just haven't turned out like she'd hoped.

Recently, she completed an epic quest line to reawaken ancient magic, but so far it's been anti-climactic. That would be sucky enough, but unless she figures something out, the game world - including her NPC friends who she believes are just alive as her human guildmates - is pretty much going to die in fire.

Fortunately, being the Chosen One means she's still gotta fix things.

So yeah, no pressure.

The epic Stonehaven League saga continues with Throne of the Ancients. Buy now to listen!

©2019 Carrie Summers (P)2020 Carrie Summers

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love this series.

I love this series and most of the voices. a bit too much sound effects for my taste but really well done.

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Fantastic, with a slight bit of confusion

This was another steller entry in the Stone-haven series by Summers.

Though, perhaps this is confusion on my part, but I thought the MC's all knew that whats her face had died already at the start of the book... but the book uses that reveal as a key plot point... This could have simply been me mis-remembering the last book though.

The soundbooth crew do an amazing job as always, and summers does as I've said already, a steller job.

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A good balancing act!

More great plot twists and jumps between the mundane and the terrifying! I loved it!

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Looking forward already to the next book!!!

Just a great addition to the Stonehaven League. The world is right in the trope of what the genre is, but the way the author gets us, the readers, to fall in love with their characters over the series is great. The progression of skill development for the main characters is at a steady pace, and the unfolding of story plot, it is enjoyable. Its been fun just listening to the series in the background, before bed, or just as an escape to my own mental theatre. Looking forward already to the next book in the series!

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strange ending

no stats to speak of, very strange ending that isn't a cliffhanger, more like a wtf moment... the first books were great but I don't know if I want to continue this series.

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Not as good as the others

I was less impressed with this story as the author choice to go with overwhelming odds and a lot of whining and crying by the main character. The story would be a lot better without all the whining and bemoaning she does.

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A missed opportunity.

This could have been a great opportunity to completely wrap the story up. instead it was 85% wrapped up, and a few uninteresting threads were left for another book. I dont think I will be getting the next one. None of the crumbs left for me to follow seem very interesting.

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  • 04-02-20

Awesome

Another epic book in the serise Carrie Summers has a very unique writting style that keeps you thoroughly and completely entertained.
the whole serise is brilliant. there's pleanty of detailing with a great deal of depth.
the narration is as expected spot on.
5 STAR easily

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  • 11-21-20

Hooked

What a way to end this one, I’m Hooked looking forward to the next one

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-26-20

Great story, awful pacing

I've loved each previous installment of this series. The narration is great as always and the actual story is as engaging as ever but the pacing really destroys the flow and had me skipping large chunks of the book.

This situation repeats itself many times (no spoilers):
Devon has an important conversation/decision/plot point.
Devon arrives at given plot point
Author spends 10-15mins describing literally anything other than the plot point...

At one point a conversation with about 3 lines of dialogue in it spent a good 5mins describing Devon's waffles...

Still worth a read as I'm really hoping the pace picks up again in subsequent books!

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  • 04-10-20

Consistently enjoyable

After six books in the series, I was unsure as to whether the high quality of writing, story, and character development would be maintained. I should not have worried. When I found myself not enjoying certain aspects of the book, I grew worried. However, I realised that I was embodying the emotions of the characters who were suffering. Really powerful stuff and a great book. I eagerly await the next masterpiece.