The Dream Stewards
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    The Well of Tears: A Novel | Roberta Trahan

    The Well of Tears: A Novel

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    • By Roberta Trahan
    • Narrated By Simon Vance
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    More than five centuries after Camelot, a new king heralded by prophecy has appeared. As one of the last sorceresses of a dying order sworn to protect the new ruler at all costs, Alwen must answer a summons she thought she might never receive. Bound by oath, Alwen returns to Fane Gramarye, the ancient bastion of magic standing against the rise of evil. For alongside the prophecy of the benevolent king, a darker foretelling envisions the land overrun by a demonic army and cast into ruin.

    Interesting & well performed, but very slow

    It's interesting to see a fantasy with older protagonists. (Too many girl or boy save-the-day stories lying around) The setting is also interesting...Show More »

    Reviewed on 10 June 2016 by Tanyanan Songprasit ()
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    The Keys to the Realms: The Dream Stewards, Book 2 | Roberta Trahan

    The Keys to the Realms: The Dream Stewards, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 17 mins)
    • By Roberta Trahan
    • Narrated By Simon Vance
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    In this sequel to The Well of Tears, a young acolyte struggles to save her order from ruin in a war-torn kingdom. Glain, Proctor of the Stewards and second to Alwen, Guardian of the Key to the Spiritual Realm and pro tempore Sovereign, must discover who threatens the safety of Fane Gramarye, the last bastion of magic standing against the forces of an evil mage, Machreth, who is bent on thwarting the prophecy of the Ancients and usurping the throne from its rightful king.

    Great read! Great listen!

    Really enjoyed this book and reading. I've not been able to get the audible version on my iPhone so I carried my iPad around. Awkward but worth it. ..Show More »

    Reviewed on 17 January 2015 by Colleen Puniard ()