Summary

A city hidden for 5,000 years.
A man so ancient his early history is lost to time.
A woman who has nothing to lose.
Lorhen, oldest and most ruthless of the immortal Timeless, put aside the sword long ago for a quiet life. But peace doesn't last forever, especially for a man whose age can be counted in epochs, and the mortal life he's built unravels as the Keepers, a society of historians who record Timeless lives, learn that he's been hiding in their midst.
Then an archaeologist's claims of finding Atlantis brings back millennia-old memories, and Lorhen is drawn unwillingly into intrigues aeons in the making - and deadly enough that he may yet face the heartstrike blow that will unleash his power on the world.
©2016 C.E. Murphy (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By patricia o'mahoney on 11-09-17

Disappointed

Did not enjoy this too much like high lander was very disappointing also the narrative did not convince me with his accent thought to be quite annoying after a while

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3 out of 5 stars
By Jennifer on 28-03-17

Well written- could've been better

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This was well written while at the same time there wasn’t enough engaging content. It wasn’t until the last third of the book that the author finally finished establishing the story and its characters to begin progressing the story and things start to happen. I don’t really know if I’m going to continue with this series once the second book comes out. I don’t want to have to listen 6-7 hours again before a real story unfolds

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3 out of 5 stars
By Reanne on 23-01-17

Fun Highlander fanfic

Make no mistake, this is a very blatant fanfic of Highlander: the Series. One of the author's blog posts on her websites even admits it was originally fanfic, and it's not at all difficult to guess what of, if one's familiar with that show.

So, coming to it from the perspective that it's a blatant Methos fanfic (with a side helping of Duncan and Joe--although Joe is now a black woman), it's pretty entertaining. The author introduces plenty of original elements and writes the Highlander characters well. I'm curious to see where she takes the story in later books in this series, not being tied to what actually happened in the Highlander universe.

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