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  • A Tangled Fate

  • The Milesian Accords, Book 3
  • By: Jon R. Osborne
  • Narrated by: Tristan Morris
  • Length: 10 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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Summary

The challenge approaches!

Centuries ago, the followers of the new gods defeated the people of the old gods in a challenge of champions. The folk of legend were banished from the world, and magic faded from the land. The Milesian Accords, however, provided for a new challenge, and the time for that challenge is running out.

Erin Donnelly, the proclaimed Champion of the Exiled Folk, is marooned in the otherworldly Glaswold after an assassination attempt. The fortress Dunos Scaith vanished, and Erin’s daughter disappeared with it. She has to find her daughter, finish her training, and make it back to the World of Man before the deadline.

Liam Knox, the Druid of the Accords, faces tests both domestic and mystical in rural Illinois. Liam must rally his allies in the wake of loss, mentor a son who has discovered magic, and deal with supernatural entities meddling in his life. All the while, Liam’s enemies circle closer, hunting the druid, his family, and his friends.

Only together can the Druid and the Champion face the Challenge and survive. If they fail, more than their lives hang in the balance. If they win, it could change the world as we know it. But first they must master their tangled fate.

©2019 Jon R. Osborne (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-03-22

book 3

unfortunately I liked book 1 so I bought the other 2 books it would be a good story except for the slut of a female main character that spreads her legs for every guy that looks at her I'm surprised that she didn't bend over for a guy that was stuck in deer form this character ruined the whole series

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  • MDBI
  • 24-09-22

Excellent series

When I started the first book, I thought it would be a little silly but fun. I was so pleasantly surprised to find that it transported me into another paradigm. I could not wait to resume listening to a gifted narrator tell a amazing story. Rarely to trilogy sequels live up to the first book but in this case each one was better than the last. Jon and Tristan, thank you so much for the gift of sharing incredible imagination and story telling ability. I only ask for more and highly recommend this series to all!!!

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  • steven tuttle
  • 23-09-22

Awesome

I love the story line. The well put together characters and flowing story line.

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  • Angie
  • 04-09-22

Where is book 4

Just when I was loving this series, it ended. Three books were not enough! Excellent characters, fun and exciting story, wonderful twist on modern day integrating with the past

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  • mandyjane
  • 24-08-22

So good!

I don’t write a lot of reviews but this series was too good to pass up. It was fascinating and well told. Highly recommend.

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  • Robin and Kris Gaines
  • 19-08-22

Good books

I enjoyed the whole series they are good books and while I don’t mind the alpha female champion the Druid pined way to long my only real complaint

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  • Anthony E Perkins
  • 19-04-22

What happened?

So our main character loses his main squeeze and ends up a single dad? I don’t even know what to say…

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  • Brian Lee Gnad (The Bubba Man)
  • 02-11-21

And the hits just keep on coming

This is the 3rd book of the challenge cycle and it gives birth to the Eureka Accords. This universe is very interesting and the characters pull you along in the story. You care what happens to them. I eagerly await the next one.

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  • Taraphim
  • 25-03-21

Milesian Accords book 3 - Satisfying

I loved the story and where all the loose ends were tied. The narrator, Tristan Morris also gives a great performance. 5/5 will read again

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  • Garry McMillan
  • 20-01-20

Incredible trilogy!

Osborne had incredible detail and great character-building all to the series absolutely fantastic! and Tristan was Sensational with his storytelling!