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Caught in plots between two worlds, his only hope is to awaken the link between them.

Kyrus had lived a quiet life as a scribe until his dreams begin seeping into his waking life. Fanciful tales of magic and battle turn out to be real. In his sleep, he witnesses the adventures of his twin. Kyrus is swept up in the intrigues of those who already know of this connection between worlds.

As his knowledge of the two worlds grows, so does his entanglement in the intrigues between them. Kyrus discovers friends, lovers, and adversaries among the twinborn. His knowledge of magic grows until he becomes a valuable pawn for masterminds of plots that threaten empires.

Kyrus must learn a deadly game against opponents who already know the rules. He must join forces with his twin to combat threats in both worlds. One misstep or misplaced trust and Kyrus could find himself dying...twice.

Twinborn Chronicles: Awakening Collection is a three-book collection chronicling the adventures of heroes who alter two worlds. For fans of epic fantasy who aren’t looking to start another unfinished series, the Twinborn Chronicles provides multiple new worlds to explore and all the closure you’ve long been denied.

©2012 J.S. Morin (P)2018 J.S. Morin

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  • Shana
  • Mark Twain?
  • 11-08-18

wow so the first fantasy book I ever truly enjoyed

Im obsessed with some of the current sci fi stuff on audible. I didnt expect to like this fantasy based one. I cringed with start but willed myself to listen to fist hour at least, because I adored Black Ocean series. I dont like fantasy and really dont like hobbits and goblins and kingdoms.

But somewhere ... the characters developed and grabbed me. The way characters in Black Ocean did. I was intrigued. Then I realized the story is doing something I never heard of before. It became quantum physics or some kind of unknown possible science. I guess that is magic.

Seriously great work. Intelligent while still being light, humorous, charming, and whimsical.

I kept thinking they could all be aliens, why did he have to go the goblin route? But then I got it, and it all made sense and fell into line and I couldnt stop listening.


Also, I think some people leave very negative reviews just to get refunded for books to take advantage of the credit system. When considering a review, it's a good idea to see what other reviews a user left.

16 of 17 people found this review helpful

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Better than Expected

I usually look for fantasy books by length more than any other criteria (the longer the better) and I won't even pretend to have hesitated at a value like this one. 67 hours for a single credit was perfect!

The story was a bit slow as it seeks to bring together more than half a dozen characters at a time; something which was frequently difficult to keep a rolling tally of; but I will admit that, to keep the review short and without revealing too much of the story, I was well pleased with my purchase by the end of the final part and went on to buy the next set of this series (books 4-7).

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Unique Concept, Excellent Narration, Entertaining

Chose this book because of the Narrator since I've knew him from previous books and was not disappointed. The book has a unique spin from other magic type tales.

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to many things i one

i didnt like it they have two storys at the same time made it hard to listen

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good value for your credit.

Good value for your credit, takes a little bit to get into but very entertaining once you get into it. the idea of the story was new to me and that also made it enjoyable..

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Double the intrigue

Not exactly what I thought it to be. Turned out much better. Can't wait for more.

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Attention Narrators! YOU WENDED SOUNDS LIKE WOWND!

Narrators should QUIT Mispronouncing WOUND & WIND! Also, Rifled? Should sound like "I'm holding a Rifle! The same as "She Rifled through the drawers"! I get so sick of hearing words I was taught in elementary school Mispronounced. I won many Spelling Bees in School and Never Lost when these basic words were brought up!
Thank you.

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  • anthony
  • millersville, MD, United States
  • 10-24-18

Awful. Couldn't get past the first 20 min. So 67 h

Pretty bad. Couldn't get thru the first 20 min. Reading was ok it is just written with little experience. An amateur with talent. Too wordy.. Adding words where the imagination could have made a connection instead. Everything has detail. Not everything needs a detailed summary of its existence. Ie.. The tent pole was strong. It came from a place in the forest where the sun and water. Yada yada yada. As in who cares. Some detail is just not needed. Stephen king said adding word count for no reason can torpedo a story.. Charlotte joko beck said. Elegance is refusal. Which applies to literature as much as to any other topic. The empty spaces balanced against the discription of the backdrop and characters is a fine line.. A line that is not present here. I look forward to works by this author in the years to come.

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  • Mr. L. HALL
  • 12-09-18

Took me a little while to get into it but then...

...I was hooked! Thoroughly enjoyable listen that will ruin your social life and marriage for the next 40+hours. highly recommended!

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  • Andy
  • 11-05-18

I returned it!

I returned this production doe to the stupidly annoying 'music' between parts. I dont think I got past Chapter 2. There ere so many of these annoying iterludes, only a few seconds long, but when you're getting them every 2-3 minutes, it detracts from the story. It may be a really good book/collection of books but I couldn't listen anymore.

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