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The Broken Realm

The Saga of Roland Inness, Volume 3
Narrated by: James Young
Series: The Saga of Roland Inness, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins
Categories: Fiction, Historical
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Roland Inness has been knighted for valor at the siege of Acre, and sent home to England with a vital message for Queen Eleanor. But his homecoming proves to be as violent and dangerous as the Crusade he left behind him. He finds his home burned and his master's family gone - made fugitives by his sworn enemy William de Ferrers. Roland and Declan O'Duinne set out to find Lady Catherine and Millicent de Laval in the wild borderlands of Wales, and are drawn into the center of a growing civil war. Roland, Declan, and Millicent must fight for their lives, and for the honor of their Earl, as Philip of France and Prince John conspire to end King Richard's rule, and Queen Eleanor struggles to hold the King's broken realm together. The Broken Realm, the action-filled sequel to Longbow and Warbow, is the third audiobook in The Saga of Roland Inness.

The final audiobook in the series, The Ransomed Crown, puts Roland at the center of the struggle to save Richard's crown while he is imprisoned by the Holy Roman Emperor, and his brother John seeks to usurp the throne.

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A truly ripping yarn.

... and not a blouse In sight! Roland's adventures continue in this, the third book in his saga. A well told story is beautifully read. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys (British) historical novels.

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  • 10-02-2018

Great story and reader!

i love the characters in this series. the story is engaging and artfully performed! can't wait for boik 4!

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  • D. Cooke
  • 03-11-2018

Nice story rubbish narration

It’s not a historical epic but it’s a nice story you can’t help but want to see how the protagonist gets on. He’s a little too clean cut. I wish the author knew that Ye is not old English for you. That gets tiresome. But the narrator just emphasises the wrong words and makes any dialogue sound like some village players hamfest which is a shame. But I’m still listen and this is book three so can’t be all bad. Just sometimes it’s an unintentional comedy.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 27-06-2018

Wayne Grant is new to me.

A great story, action all the way. Wayne Grant is a great writer. brilliantly narrated too.

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  • Anthony Paul Hammonmd
  • 09-01-2018

A cracking read with a story that just don't stop.

A cracking read with a story that does not stop reeling you in deeper n deeper.