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A Prince's Errand

Tales of the Amulet, Book 1
Narrated by: Michael Kramer
Length: 40 hrs and 12 mins

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A Prince's Errand, Book One of Tales of the Amulet begins an exciting new epic fantasy saga.  

Long ago, men harnessed the Channels of Power, creating tevisrals: devices capable of manifesting magic. But men weren't the only ones to accomplish such feats. Dragons crafted the most sophisticated tevisrals. These shaped the world, defining civilization of man and elf alike.  

Over the centuries, the people of Kalda have fallen into a dark age, where elves are estranged from men and dragons have retreated into legend. Tevisrals are scarce and men are willing to trade everything for them. But there are some who wish to bury the past, and in their lands, possessing tevisrals is tantamount to treason. Still, daring men scour the world in search of Kalda's past. One such man, the scholar Krindal, seeks an ancient order known as the Keepers of Truth and Might. He yearns for their knowledge, long feared lost.  

Prince Kaescis Midivar also searches for these Keepers. The assassination of his uncle, the emperor of Mindolarn, killed his hopes of peace with his empire's enemies. His empire's survival hinges upon unearthing the Keepers' secrets. An aging warrior, Cornar Dol'shir, longs to be home with his wife. But his retirement must wait, as his band of adventurers is recruited to help find the Keepers' hidden temple on the Isle of Klindala.  

Haunted by his tragic past, Iltar, the Son of Adrin, does not join in the search for the Keepers. Instead, he seeks to unravel the mysteries held within a volume of prophecy foretelling the advent of the Unspoken One and the return of the Crimson Eye. His search takes him to the Empire of Mindolarn, where all is not as it seems.   

An ancient war was won by a simple amulet. It brought peace, but in the wrong hands, it could spell a doom the likes of which no world has ever seen. May the Crimson Eye remain hidden for all time.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 05-06-2020

Solid story somewhat spoiled by poor writing

It's like someone spent a lot of time lovingly creating a solid story and world without actually writing much. Lots of amateurish writing mistakes and poorly written dialogue (I'm looking at you "partakers of the feast"). If I were to take a guess, Dan is an excellent storyteller who created the world and base of the tale, and Robert is unfortunately not up to the task of filling it in. Still, if you can get past issues with the writing, still worth a credit. Kramer does an excellent job as usual.

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  • Blaise
  • 17-06-2020

Epic Fantasy at its Best

If you love Epic Fantasy, this is a must read for you. This book has everything, battles, political intrigue, magical weapons, mystery and so much more! This is a series worth every second of your time and Michael Kramer is always on his game. Can;t wait for the next book!

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  • huntNfish1
  • 11-06-2020

Great book

I was hesitant when the story first started but the story sucked me in pretty quickly.

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  • TRH
  • 10-06-2020

Fantastic new series

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this book. The story is intricate and I loved that the characters weren’t your usual coming of age story. The main people are older, usually put in the role of guides. I was very entertained by the switch up. I look forward to the next book.

Michael Kramer’s performance is fantastic. I loved him in The Wheel of Time and Stormlight Archive. This performance doesn’t disappoint. Well worth my time.

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  • george
  • 06-07-2020

Didnt hold my interest.

Picked this up because of a FB ad with positive comments. For the length, it's worth the credit, but it was really hard to keep interested in what was going on.
The story jumps around between to many characters, and after a while they all sound the same. It honestly got to where I was just turning this book on as background noise while I fell asleep.




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  • Bryce
  • 06-07-2020

great epic

this was worth the credit. it started a little slow but what a finnish. the characters where a little hard to learn but once I got it really helped. I actually went back and relisted to parts to better understand.

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  • Justin
  • 26-06-2020

Didn’t know what to expect

This story starts off griping and continued clear to the end. Great start to the series. Can’t wait to see where this journey takes me!!

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  • kian
  • 03-07-2020

Great narration

The narrator did an excellent job but I couldn't engage with the story or any of the characters. For a book that's 40hrs long the beginning should've been engaging but it was confusing.