A dead god.
A dying world.
A girl never meant to be sentient.
Siriaa is dying. A poison is spreading throughout the planet and none know how to neutralize it. Finder, working in King Tamblin's castle kitchen most of her life, has never spoken. A child of questionable parentage, Finder is an orphan assigned to perform duties nobody else wants.
While others plan intrigue, murder and invasion to escape the poison's effects, Finder watches all in mute acceptance. Will she be the key to Siriaa's salvation, or will it die about her, without knowing why?
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Excellent Book - Average Narration.
Connie Suttle is an amazing author, and like her other books this one is very good from start to finish. It is nicely paced and what I call a "proper book" - a fully developed story rather than the part stories that you often find in a series.
The narration was average, not as good as the narrators for Connie's other books. The inflection and cadence wasn't correct. The differentiation of the characters was present (but not great) but it would had been difficult to understand the flow if I had not read the book. There is a lot of parts of the book where the central character is thinking rather than conversing, and this is not clear.
The story is excellent, the narration is average. Unlike many audio books, the narration does not enhance the story, and I was very disappointed by the change of author.