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Narrated by: Damian Lynch
Series: The Faithful and the Fallen, Book 2
Length: 23 hrs and 48 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
4.5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Much better narration

This book is definitely worth listening to. As for my comment on narration... Something about how the first book was read didn't sit well with me (The one read by John Keating). I didn't mind it, but would have trouble endorsing it. The John Keating version seems to have been replaced by a Damian Lynch version so this review would likely be more for those who have listened to the first book before July 2019. The previous narrative felt over the top more often than not. Damian Lynch's voice wasn't as randomly dramatic for no particular reason. As to be expected, he changed a few of the voices to better suit some of the characters and held true to displaying the talents of accents that John Keating had in the first story.

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Why change narrators mid series?

Liked the first book, but the second was a bit of a mess. Different narrator who pronounces the names differently. It is especially noticeable with Cywen,
There are time the narrator seems bored and it carries in his voice. Outside of narration the story add a lot of new people to it and there were several times I had no idea who this person was or where they fit in in the story. Too many new characters added in the beginning. It was kill one in the 1st book then add one in the 2nd. I enjoyed the 1st book, not so much this one and doubt I will continue the series.