Valor

The Arinthian Line, Book 3
Narrated by: Stefan Rudnicki
Series: The Arinthian Line, Book 3
Length: 17 hrs and 3 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (180 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Apprentice warlocks Augum, Bridget, and Leera have reunited with their legendary mentor, Anna Atticus Stone. But her epic battle with the diabolical lord of the Legion has taken a toll, and now she suffers from a deadly arcane fever. To revive her, Augum will have to earn the respect of a warrior people...by facing his childhood tormentors.

Meanwhile, Augum and Leera's feelings for each other are complicated by the upcoming Star Feast, a magical midnight dance to mark Endyear. Their revelry will have to be short-lived, however, for a perilous quest beckons - the trio must infiltrate an ancient castle that will pit them against enemies old and new while testing every ounce of their skill and courage.

©2015 Sever Bronny Ltd. (P)2018 Skyboat Media, Inc.

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Needlessly melodramatic

The plots predictable the characters are naïve and childish when they’re not just being pathetic the authors got some kind of whoa is me paradox going on it’s just stupid don’t waste your time But I really like the narrator The premise was done well just poorly executed Lots of needless melodrama And pointless posturing

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Boring

i wonder how many times the 'heroes' will be captured and make a miraculous escape in the next book. Repetitive and dull.

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Good Story But.........

The Main Protagonists seem to be intellectually and emotionally impotent at the most inopportune times. When they should kill, they defer. When they should be decisive they are wishy washy. I found myself being extremely frustrated with their lack of righteous and impotent anger. When they should be stern they spend their time wringing their hands. I like the saga but find myself very frustrated with many of their reactions to provacative situations. Teenagers are in reality made of sterner stuff than the protagonists display on a regular basis. They feel guilt when they should show righteous anger.

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Not the best narrator

The narrator does a pretty poor job At differentiating the characters. A lot of the time I can’t tell who is speaking. And the main protagonist is a 14 year old boy who sounds like a 45 year old man. The voices for the other characters do not remain the same. The story is full of action, much of it gruesome. The hero’s budding girlfriend is incredibly tedious, can’t hold her tongue even when it is going to get everyone killed, and she never learns the lesson. I keep hoping someone will push her off a cliff... hopefully her character will eventually mature because I’m sure she is here for the duration. I’m still sticking with it, but may not last much longer, the book is getting pretty tedious.