In this prequel novella to the epic fantasy series The Triadine Saga, we follow the elven Princess Rozlynn as she struggles with her role in The Prophecy and what she must do to keep the world from falling into darkness.
This is a story of love and conflict, personal growth, and freedom to choose your own destiny. The world of elves, dwarves, and humans is inexorably tied to magic, wizards, and dragons - as the battle of good versus evil, light versus darkness, wages on.
Will Rozlynn make the sacrifices and the choices necessary to ensure that The Prophecy stays on the right path? Will her sister, the elven queen, prevent her from making her own choice? Will Rozlynn's love for an elven hunter betray her and lead her astray?
Join us and find out this and much more in Prophecy's Queen.
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Epic fantasy. Full of adventure and intrigue.
The story is well written. As a prequel the author knows the characters and the world they inhabit and it shows. A great book. Well written and well narrated that I thoroughly enjoyed.
A great style from the author that drew me into a land of epic fantasy and made me engage and like the characters within it. Brilliant!!
Great narration that matched the main character and plot perfectly.
Quite simply I enjoyed it. From start to finish. It drew me in and fired me up for the series.
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- Tony Bough
Excellent story, let down by narrator/editing
The story was very compelling and didn't slow down at any point. There was constantly something happening, rather than long boring descriptive parts, which helped the story flow and kept me listening.
Rendil was my favourite character - He seems to know things that no one else knows and is quite mysterious.
Yes, but there were a couple of mistakes made in this narration that weren't picked up by the recording editors.
Having a copy of the e-book, I was able to spot some errors that weren't addressed during editing. At two points the narrator pronounces "nonplussed" as "nonpulsed". There is also a point towards the end where it sounds like the recording was paused for a split second and when it continues the narrator repeats the same word she just said.