A Song for Arbonne

  • by Guy Gavriel Kay
  • Narrated by Euan Morton
  • 19 hrs and 39 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Song for Arbonne is Guy Gavriel Kay's critically acclaimed fantasy of love, both courtly and forbidden, and of kingdoms endlessly opposed - one dominated by male rulers and their male god, the other guided by women and their goddess.


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Lyrical story

As a fan of Guy Gavriel Kay I am used to his style of building up a story through different viewpoints and jumps backwards and forwards in time, so I didn't find the beginning of the novel as confusing as some people might. As the story went on it gripped more and more and in the end I was sad to leave this world and these characters. The narrator has slight problems with voicing the women, but overall I thought he did an excellent job with this complex novel, and the singing was a wonderful bonus, particularly important for this story. An excellent listen.
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- Katharine

Both gripping and haunting

Genuine storytelling. A powerful and gripping narrative combined with elegant and captivating prose. All excellently performed by a narrator that enhances rather than distracts from the story.

I'm off to listen to another book by GGK!
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 15-06-2009
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio