For five hundred years the Gods have united the Three Nations in harmony.
Now that balance has been shattered, and chaos threatens.
A town burns and flames light the night sky. Hunted and alone, seventeen year old Eric flees through the wreckage. The mob grows closer, baying for the blood of their tormentor. Guilt weighs on his soul, but he cannot stop, cannot turn back.
If he stops, they die.
For two years he has carried this curse, bringing death and destruction wherever he goes. But now there is another searching for him – one who offers salvation. His name is Alastair and he knows the true nature of the curse.
Fantasy ~ Magical Realism ~ Mythology ~ Superheroes
*I received a copy of this audiobook to be honestly reviewed*
So, this was pretty good! It was very engaging, the characters were good, and tempo to the story was good, too. I loved the variety of creatures and how everything interacted in this. The narrow escapes and constant running kept me hooked until t was over, and I mean that I was in it enough that a certain bit made me cry.
The narrator was okay. His voice and speed are pleasant, but I wasn't thrilled with his character voices. He had three voices: one for narrating (which was great!), one for men, and one for females + Eric. He wasn't bad at all, it just threw me out of the spell some.
If you like epic adventures, you'll most likely enjoy this.
Bob says: 4 Platypires