Fae: The Realm of Twilight : Riven Wyrde

  • by Graham Austin-King
  • Narrated by Jonny McPherson
  • Series: Riven Wyrde
  • 13 hrs and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Riven Wyrde saga continues...
The Wyrde is dead and gone, its protection passed into the ether. The fae have been loosed upon the world as they begin their wild hunt, a nightmare from fables and legend made flesh. At Hesk, in the heart of the Barren Isles, Ylsriss must confront a reality she never could have imagined when her son is stolen from her by the fae. Her desperate attempts to reclaim him lead her far from this world and deep into the Realm of Twilight where a still darker truth awaits her. As the Bjornmen invaders drive their way deeper into Anlan, King Pieter refuses to act. Selena is forced to confront him directly as Devin and Obair flee Widdengate and begin a search for answers, seeking help from a woman who may be little more than a memory.

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10 points Mr Austin-King. 0 Points Audible.

I don't know if its just me, but I'm finding fewer and fewer audio books that I enjoy listening to. Either the book is a poor one, and even with a superb narrator just can't be listened to, or the narrator ruins what could have been a true treasure. This book is one of the rare finds that I was entranced by, (as well as the first book) being both a wonderful story and having a narrator who made it come alive. I was so looking forward to listening to the third book. Of course, as with so many series on Audible, the third and final book in the series is NOT AVAILABLE, for reasons unknown, and unexplained (at least to my satisfaction). I am fast losing patience with Audible for this very reason. Am I the only one who finds this totally infuriating? A rare treasure ruined by being left unfinished.
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- CeNedra Red

Everything's been cranked up for this sequal.

More action. Quicker pace. More action. Fae and satires galore. Lots of intrigue. Plenty of revelations. And more questions that make me want the third book so I can find out the answers!

Spot on narration. So much feels! This audiobook - and the story itself - receive a solid 5* rating from me. I enjoyed the first book and it's narration, but I bloody loved this one.

The settings are mixed and nicely varied. They're visual and fantastical. The characters are real and so too is the politiking. Fantastic, fast paced action throughout. You won't be disappointed!
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- JPA

Book Details

  • Release Date: 24-02-2017
  • Publisher: Fallen Leaf Press