Summary

Alex Verus can see the future. But he never thought he'd see this day. Manoeuvred by forces beyond his control, the probability mage has made a terrible choice: he's agreed to work for his old master once more.
Richard Drakh, the sadistic dark mage Alex escaped as an apprentice, has him in his clutches again. And this time he won't let go so easily.
©2016 Benedict Jacka (P)2016 Hachette Audio UK
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5 out of 5 stars
By Zylpha E Reynolds-Wright on 11-04-17

Excellent story, shame about the voices!

This, as the previous books is an excellent story. It leaves us desperate fir the next instalment. However, at one point I had to check that it was the same narrator- mostly it sounded like him, but certain characters now had very different voices and I'm not sure I understand why. Did the producer change, did no one listen to previous recordings to check?
BUT, I would still recommend the series and this book, just hoping that it's back on track next time. It's disconcerting when every time Arachne spoke I expected her to say "Now is the winter of our discontent ........" in that voice.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Claire Dellar on 09-04-17

fabulous new installment with a few irritations

As usual I was on the edge of my seat with Alex's latest tale. Gildart Jackson has been a stellar narrator but I've a few niggles - bad enough to change Helicowan's accent in a previous book (both he and Landis originally sounded like Sean Connery) but he was a minor character. why did Morden's have to change though? Something also up with Arachne's voice. It's become more sinister and slightly lower and also more mechanical rather than her usual clipped enunciation. I know it sounds minor but Gildart's made these people alive to me! it's disconcerting.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mom to 2 on 04-05-17

I love this series!

What did you love best about Bound?

Great characters, fun and interesting stories. Fabulous narrator! Benedict Jacka cannot write them fast enough.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Anand on 01-06-18

engaging

it has tense moments and makes an engaging experience. the way he used small details in previous entries to make sense of what happens to Alex is impressive.Overall well done.

he could have explored relationships in a better way. Also the way he handles characters is inconsistent. sonder and caldera who I thought would get more space were relegated to NPC levels. even Luna to an extent.
Despite , will still look forward to next one

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