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Once, it was said, Wensha had been a city of witches, summoning and controlling demons for their evil magic. But in nearby Tandieras, Kaltha claimed to have found their lost book of spells to perform only white magic. When Sun Wolf arrived, he discovered increasing signs of evil magic and demon-controlling spells. And he realized, too late, that a new swarm of demons was trying to lure him to his death....

©1987 Barbara Hambly (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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good story as always

Narrator's accents have improved immensely. you can actually understand what the characters are saying. She still occasionally over enunciates some words.

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Great story; terrible narration.

The Sunwolf and Hawk stories are some of my favorites by Barbara Hambly, exceeded only by the Winterland books. But I agree with many of the other reviews written - this is one of the worst narrations I have ever heard. Mechanical, with little inflection in tone or phrase, and with no regard for punctuation. Neither the narrator nor the producer should be allowed to work on audio books again.

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Poor narration

Narration was mechanical and unnatural, with odd phrasing and many mispronunciations. Very unfair to such an excellent writer.