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Daughter of No Worlds

By: Carissa Broadbent
Narrated by: Dan Calley,Esther Wane
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A former slave fighting for justice. A reclusive warrior who no longer believes it exists. And a dark magic that will entangle their fates.

Ripped from a forgotten homeland as a child, Tisaanah learned how to survive with nothing but a sharp wit and a touch of magic. But the night she tries to buy her freedom, she barely escapes with her life.

Desperate to save the best friend she left behind, Tisaanah journeys to the Orders, the most powerful organizations of magic Wielders in the world. But to join their ranks, she must complete an apprenticeship with Maxantarius Farlione, a handsome and reclusive fire wielder who despises the Orders.

The Orders's intentions are cryptic, and Tisaanah must prove herself under the threat of looming war. But even more dangerous are her growing feelings for Maxantarius. The bloody past he wants to forget may be the key to her future...or the downfall of them both.

But Tisaanah will stop at nothing to save those she abandoned. Even if it means gambling in the Orders's deadly games. Even if it means sacrificing her heart.

Even if it means wielding death itself.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Carissa Broadbent (P)2021 Tantor

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Surprisingly good.

I heard about this book series on a FB reader group that I follow. I have to admit, the cover art caught my eye first and the blurb about the book got me second. I love a good fantasy book that has unique world building and well-rounded characters that aren't 1D. Not sure if it's because I went in with no expectations that I was pleasantly surprised by this book or whatnot, but I liked it. The narrators are new to me, but they did a pretty decent job, however I did have to listen to it at a faster pace otherwise it feels too slow for me. This is not a negative, just a personal preference. Pros: -Character creation, growth of self and connected relationships -World-building is unique and is steadily developed as the MC's story unfolds -Emotional moments that shape the characters are revealed to enhance the story and not as a means to move the plot forward. -Both the reader and the MC's world-view are shared; the reader learns as the MC learns -the story progression is steady and moves at a good pace. The story isn't ever stagnant due to all of the moving parts that are happening around the MC -romance is present, but it isn't all in your face. This is a slow development that makes the enemies-to-lovers trope believable. In this case, the slow build/burn was a nice touch and came naturally as the FMC and MMC interact. This book is appropriate for all audiences, well mostly, except if you're reading to a young child due to the violence, but I can comfortably say that it's good for 12+ since the violence/sex aspects are not overly graphic. I don't think there are many authors out there who can created a strong lead who didn't annoy me half way through, or crafted a book that I liked enough to leave a review.. probably why I'd be a horrible book-pusher.. but I am looking forward to the next audio release.

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Great story

Great story and I’m eager to read book two. The male narrator is quite hard to listen to. Very I intense heavy breathe taking every few words. It made it difficult to follow. His voice does have a nice tone though

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Great story!

Great interesting story. The male narrater is really struggled with and wished Esther just read all of it. I'll probably read the rest of the series as I struggled with the male narrater.

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a reasonably entertaining time

Did not enjoy the male narrator - he takes a great breathy gasp every few seconds, and the pace is off. it's as if he's constantly trying to make the timing of the reading fast and exciting, no matter what is actually happening in the story. Very annoying.
Story was entertaining, although a bit lacking in character depth and development (ie. main character is just best at everything all the time). But I did find myself entertained all the same.

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Beautiful story

Well written and complex characters that explore such raw and painful emptions. Tissanah is exceptionally strong as she is empathetic you'llbe rooting for her the whole time. Initially the plot seemed like it was going in one simple direction then it exploded into something greater entirely. Tissanah and Max have my whole heart. Can't wait to find out what happens next so much potential.
Female narrator carried.

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Well developed characters

Really enjoyed the character development and writing. Some difficult topics are dealt with in a way that feels appropriate to a YA/NA audience. Looking forward to the next one!

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Great story

Loved the book. Bit of a slow burn but definitely worth it in the end. Both narrators sometimes made it difficult to keep listening but overall I grew to enjoy it.

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Loved the book, hated male narrator

This book popped up in my recommended and I gave it a go. I was really pleased with this book, the pace and the narration. However, the male narrator is horrible. He takes a big gasping breath before every sentence. I guess it is a good thing that he only came in about three quarters in, because if he had larger parts earlier on, I don't know if I would have proceeded with the book.

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Not a terrible story

Not a bad book. The writing is fair and the plot is alright. The female narrator is good but the male narrator is woeful and makes it very, very hard to continue listening. I would recommend that they re-record the male narrator’s parts.

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Fantastic story - great female narrator

The story is perfect but dear lord this male narrator ruined it for me. I only kept listening because the story was so superb and carried by the other narrator.

He sounds more like some slimey street thug than a broody, moody sexy noblemen. Possibly worst narration I've ever heard 😆🙉

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