Once he had loved with such passion, his name was legend: Tarien Soul. Now, a thousand years later, a new threat calls him from the Fading Lands, back into the world that had cost him so dearly. Now an ancient, familiar evil is regaining its strength, and a new voice beckons him - more compelling, more seductive, more maddening than any before. As the power of his most bitter enemy grows and ancient alliances crumble, the wildness in his blood will not be denied. The tairen must claim his truemate and embrace the destiny woven for him in the mists of time.
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OK but next book is much better
This has the makings of a decent story a classic good versus evil romp, but and its a huge but, its far too Chick litty for me, too much angst as the brooding hero and startstruck heroine exchange stuff with cliched scene after scene as their relationship stutters forwards. Also this book stops mid story. You really need to immediately follow with the second book to get a fairly complete story
No but I already listened to the second book in the series before writing this review, the second book is much better, really hard to put down and the love scenes between our happy couple are not so overpowering or frequent. The second book brings the first storyline to a good point for a conclusion
The performance was just about OK, hampered more by poor editing than the performance itself.
The voices were OK, but there were pauses in places where there shouldn't be and even worse many scenes flowed from one to the next without even a pause for breath. This was very confusing when you suddenly realise that the last couple of sentences were in a new scene with different characters.
No not really
I picked this series after seeing it recommended by people who liked Anne Bishop. I dont think its a good comparison - this is a straightforwards boy meets girl whilst saving the world story, nothing like as complex as many of Anne Bishops books. I