The chieftains of Sevenwaters have long been custodians of a vast and mysterious forest and a new heir has been born. But the family's joy turns to despair when the baby is taken, and something unnatural is left in his place. To reclaim her newborn brother, Clodagh must enter the shadowy Otherworld and confront the powerful prince who rules there.
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Most of the books that i have got so far i have enjoyed as the person reading the book keeps you gripped until the end of the book
I have enjoyed the twists and turns of the story and the love that the two main people in the story and that she gets her brother back from the Lord of the Oaks
1. She changes her voice for different people in the book so this makes it more interesting
2. Her Irish accent makes you feel that you are in Ireland
3. She keeps you hooked
How that she looked after the changling until she could get her baby brother back and then she goes back to get the of live of her life. It follows on from the previous books in the series
If you look a good story please dont be put off as it Si-Fi book as it very interesting once you listen to it.
The only thing that spoils the books are the preview of the next book as it just nice to not knowing about the first chapter.
- Dee S
Sack the editor
Yes, and indeed I already have.
The narrator's voice is pleasant and gives depth to the audio recording.
While the story and narration of this part of the Sevenwaters series are excellent, this particular book has been very poorly edited. The quality in books purchased from audible is usually quite good. In this case it fell poorly short of the mark. Repeated sentences, points where the narrator pauses mid sentence to go back to correct herself, making a note on the audio that there is an error all of which should have been picked up by an editor before release. Whether the fault is due to Rosalyn Landor or a separate editor, the mistakes kept pulling me out of my immersion in the book and greatly reduced my enjoyment of it.