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A Damsel and a Demigod

The Guild Codex: Spellbound Series
Narrated by: Nelson Hobbs
Length: 2 hrs and 29 mins
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Only one thing matters to Kai: getting the job done, and doing it better than anyone else.

But when a beautiful thief crashes his security gig, claiming she's trying to protect the valuable artifact he's guarding, all his careful plans go up in flames. He doesn't believe a word she says - until the item is stolen right out from under them.

Recovering the artifact before the real thief can unleash its ancient magic requires insider knowledge - information the mysterious trespasser possesses. Teaming up with a stranger isn't Kai's idea of smart, but he'll need all the help he can get to take on a notorious rogue and arcane power from the time of the gods.

©2020 Annette Marie (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Tetropteryx
  • 17-10-2020

Epic Modern Fantasy

this is a romance, an adventure, and really good book. I recommend it wholeheartedly. the guild codex series is great but I could easily see someone picking this up and getting into it without the backstory. the only criticism I have is for the performance of the narrator. the protagonists are 20 something modern guys from downtown Vancouver. but they sound like grizzled war veterans or something. I still enjoyed it, but kind of odd. mostly noticable with Aaron and Ezra.

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  • Dustin Nolting-Smith
  • 16-10-2020

Liked

For a short stop I thought it was pretty good but I am hoping next book in the series has more details and depth.

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  • joshua L albee
  • 15-10-2020

its ok

its short. I'm not really sure if it will play a role in the main series. it is interesting to see Kai's perspective.

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  • JeanniebeannieB
  • 14-10-2020

So Disappointed

I did not enjoy the narrator, who unfortunately just did not do this story justice. I don't wish to be mean, but simply to explain what bothered me, the male characters sounded like teenage boys trying too hard to be cool and the female character sounded expressionless and somewhat robotic. The inflection of her dialogue almost never changed. Excited - same, not excited - same, teeth chattering from cold - same, angry - same. That might be why I just couldn't get into the story. I have loved all of the other stories in the series, but this one didn't pull me in the way the others did. Cris Dukehart, or Rob Jacobsen, who co-narrated Warping Minds and Other Misdemeanors, would have been a better choice.

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  • Book Lover
  • 14-10-2020

not my favorite narrator

the story is ok. what I found hard is the narrator voice doesn't match Ki's personality not a fan unfortunately