Demon Child
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  • 1
    Medalon: Demon Child, Book 1 | Jennifer Fallon

    Medalon: Demon Child, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Jennifer Fallon
    • Narrated By Imogen Church
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    (3)
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    The small country of Medalon lies between the vast nation of Karien in the north and the nations of Fardohnya and Hythria in the south. For centuries the Medalonians co-existed peacefully with the Harshini, a magical race that abhors killing. But now they are gone and in their place the Sisters of the Blade rule Medalon from the Citadel. An elite army of Defenders enforces the Sisterhood's oppressive rule. The Harshini and their demons are believed to be extinct and Medalon has an uneasy peace with its northern and southern neighbours.

    Great 'read' and story

    I have already read this book in paperback form, but I found the audio book amazing the narration was wonderful with the characters being acted out am..Show More »

    Reviewed on 27 April 2016 by Emma ()
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    Treason Keep: Demon Child, Book 2 | Jennifer Fallon

    Treason Keep: Demon Child, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (18 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By Jennifer Fallon
    • Narrated By Imogen Church
    Overall
    (3)
    Performance
    (3)
    Story
    (3)

    In Medalon, Book One of the Hythrun Chronicles, Tarja Tenragen and his half-sister R'shiel were forced to lead a rebellion against their power hungry mother, who ruled Medalon as the First Sister of the Blade. But their mother's defeat came at great cost: not only does it leave Medalon vulnerable to invasion, R'shiel is mortally wounded. As Treason Keep begins, R'shiel is on the brink of death. Her only hope is the healing powers of the Harshini - magical beings long thought extinct. Even they will be hard-pressed to save the Demon Child of prophecy...

    Great read and narration is amazing

    I have already read this book in paperback form, but I found the audio book amazing the narration was wonderful with the characters being acted out am..Show More »

    Reviewed on 27 April 2016 by Emma ()