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Twinborn Chronicles: War of 3 Worlds

Narrated by: Mikael Naramore
Length: 44 hrs and 16 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (14 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Humanity needs a savior. But a rivalry between two tinkers threatens to destroy the world they're trying to free.

Cadmus Errol is the greatest inventor that Tellurak has ever known. His clockwork graces the spires of cities across the world. Yet in another, darker world, he lives the life of a slave. There, humanity is held underfoot, bound in service to the victors of a war fought untold generations ago. It will take all the wits and resources of the best that humanity can muster to break that hold. Can Cadmus Errol, the Mad Tinker, be the one to free them all? Or will his daughter take a shortcut through dangerous science to wipe out humanities oppressors?

The Twinborn Chronicles: War of 3 Worlds is an epic fantasy series with multiple point of view characters. If you love steampunk gadgetry, heroes who get their hands dirty, and a DIY heroine, this series is for you!

Pick up your copy of the second full collection, and discover an ally you never knew you had.

©2015 J S MORIN (P)2017 J S MORIN

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  • JAMIE
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  • 19-01-2019

My first Steampunk .

Great story Great narrator Great tech. J S Morin has done a terrific job. Loved it to the very end .

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  • Ray Johnson
  • 01-03-2018

Gt ready for a crazy ride

War of 3 Worlds is a trilogy that runs close to 45 hours of listening time, so you are getting your money's worth to start off with, and you will find it to be well worth the time that yu put into it. I will start out warning you that this is a sprawling read. It covers three different worlds, and has a massive cast of characters that would make George R.R. Martin proud. It is filled with all kinds of goodies including tinkerers (made me think of the gnomes in Dragonlance, but withot all the DOOF!), steampunk, warriors, worlds, and more. It seems that this is a collection of books 4-7, so I will now be looking for books 1-3!!

Ok, let the praise begin. Morin has a nice style that keeps your attention, believe me, the dialogue is real, the characters utterly believable, and the plot is perfectly paced. You never have a question as to what is going on or who is speaking, and let me tell you the twists and turns are so abundant you will wnt some dramamine on hand. There is a lot of stuff you will not see coming, and then say you should have. I also appreciate a writer who isn't afraid of a little blood and gore. That being said, some indelicate types might find it a little off-putting. Still, I loved it.

Mikael Naramore brings some Babe Ruth level vocal talant to the team, he is easy to listen to, and in a book with a massive cast of characters he brings each one to life. The man can set a mood with just a slight shift in his voice, and can make the action go harder and faster with a shift in inflection. Bravo!

This is a great set of books, and it makes me eager to see how the whole thing started.

Get it, read it, love it.

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  • Eddie D. Moore
  • 21-03-2018

Steam Punk Meets Fantasy

A wonderful blend of steam punk and fantasy. It is clear that the stage is set to add SF to the mix in the next book. I will look forward to it’s release!

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  • Jron
  • 09-08-2018

Full of Unlikable Characters

If you are looking for a series full of characters that are not even remotely likable then this series is for you. Every character is extremely selfish; I think the main characters spent more time focusing on how to betray allies then fighting their enemies. Only the worst characters from Twinborn Chronicles play a major role in this series. The ending is pointless full of illogical betrayals that made no sense other than to create conflict. It seems like the author got bored and decided to just end the series by killing everyone. This series ending was a huge letdown.

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  • CHAWN
  • 17-09-2018

Slog!

This book was a slog! It put me to sleep. Seemed like I would never get through the book.

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  • Carnage2332
  • 18-04-2018

Wide Array of Voices and Destinations

Given the name of the series you should expect a decent amount of hopping between different locations, and just like the first trilogy this one does not disappoint. the story is complex and has obviously been crafted with attention to details, both from it's own narrative and the ones that came before. I found myself enthralled by many of the side characters that presented unknowns throughout the tale. Great series!

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  • Woodhunter
  • 13-04-2018

good story

Would you consider the audio edition of Twinborn Chronicles to be better than the print version?

good job on the overall but go a little to predictable the last couple of chapters after having read the other series.

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  • cory dillon
  • 20-03-2019

started off strong, then shriveled into stupidity

This would be a lot better if Chipmonk wasn't written as a character that's supposed to be intelligent, yet does the most ridiculously stupid crap over and over. I keep trying to get farther into book 2 but i just get pissed off by the writers tenuous (at best) grasp on military concepts, especially when the characters do something idiotic and then pretend like it wasn't the dumbest thing ever. don't waste you time on this, it really isn't worth it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 11-03-2019

brilliant mixture of fantasy and sci-fi

this work would be a bargain even if it weren't so enthralling with this many hours it is amazing how well it can keep you riveted

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  • Colt
  • 07-03-2019

Good but not as good

Just like the awakening series, twisted paths of intrigue and power pave the way to hours of good listening. The steampunk vibe was a nice touch as well. That being said, the MC was such a selfish, horrible, and grating person that I actually started to root for the bad guys until the introduction of more interesting and relatable characters. Overall, totally worth the credit.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-03-2019

Loved it

I truly loved this one, but it was confusing at times. After listening to the Awakening trilogy, I had clear lines of who were the "good guys and bad guys". This trilogy blurred those lines terribly, but that's what kept me interested.
I would definitely suggest listening to the Awakening first.
This one had a very slow start like the first one, but well worth waiting for the action.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 21-03-2019

As if 2 worlds weren't enough....

As i said in my review of the 1st series of books having 2 whole worlds and characters is confusing enough now add a 3rd world to it with even more characters. while the book(s) itself is good and well written its was a bit too overwhelming and confusing.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-01-2019

boring

i bought this 4 book series on the basis that I listened to the entire Black Ocean series by the same author and narrator pairing and it was one of my all time favourite audiobooks. you would never know it was the same people. lacklustre story, unemotional and boring. not well delivered. wasted my credit.

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