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Blyd and Pearce
- Narrated by: Nathaniel Priestley
- Length: 7 hrs and 5 mins
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Born into poverty and orphaned young, Daveth Blyd had one chance for success when his fighting prowess earned him a place in the Tangye city guard - a place he lost to false accusations of theft. Now he scrapes out a living searching for wayward spouses and missing children. When a nobleman offers him a small fortune to find an entertainer who’s stolen a ring, Daveth takes the case.
While Jory Pearce may or may not be a thief, he certainly can’t be trusted. But, enchanted by Jory’s beauty and haunting voice, Daveth soon finds himself caught in the middle of a conspiracy. As he searches desperately for answers, he realizes that he’s also falling for Jory. The two men face river wraiths, assassins, a necromancer, and a talking head that could be Daveth’s salvation on their quest for the truth. But with everyone’s integrity in question and Death eager to dance, Daveth will need more than sorcery to survive.
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Sad this is produced by Dreamspinner Press
I didn't realize until the end of the book that this was produced by Dreamspinner Press. DSP has left authors unpaid and misappropriated authors royalties since 2018. I cannot understand how they are still in business. I haven't purchased a DSP book since then as I don't know if the author will be paid for their work.
I'm torn that I purchased this audio. it was a fantastic mm fantasy story with superb narration. I hope Kim Fielding gets paid the royalties for this sale
- Sue 🎧
📖 Story comment: entertaining story, likeable characters, good pace.
One thing I enjoy about Kim Fielding's writing is the way she builds her worlds. Her words paint pictures, capture the sights and smells of the scene and easily draw me into the story. I really enjoyed the "old world" feel mixed with the magic and mystery elements of this story.
It's probably not one of my favorite Kim Fielding stories, the characters didn't grab me and keep hold like some of her more recent titles, but I still enjoyed it and will listen to it again - I feel I will probably enjoy it more the second time around because I will get to experience more of the detail now I know what's going on with the story.
🎧 Narrator comment: Nathaniel Priestley is a new narrator for me and for the most part I enjoyed his narration. The action sequences felt a little passive and I nudged up the speed to try and make them feel more exciting, but overall for the most part it was good. He has good timing, inflections and intonations, the characters each had their own voice and were easy to distinguish and there isn't any reason I wouldn't listen to another title narrated by him in the future.
📌 Where does it fall on my personal scale? 7
• 1 not my thing • 2 didn't like the narration • 3 didn't keep my attention • 4 was good, but once was enough • 5 enjoyed it • 6 will listen again if i'm in the mood for the narrator • 7 goes on the "re-listen" list [4⭐] • 8 kept me up past bed-time [4.5⭐] • 9 recommended to family/friends [4.75⭐] • 10 own it in multiple formats [5⭐] • 11 keep a copy with me at all times [5⭐]