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For nine hundred years the Forelands knew peace, but unrest among the magical Qirsi people has blossomed into a conspiracy against the Eandi rulers. What started with an occasional "accidental" death of a lord has exploded into violence, rending the fabric of Forelands society. Led by a mysterious Qirsi "Weaver" with powers that can reach into the minds of others even in their sleep, the rebellion is now turning Qirsi against Qirsi, as it weakens alliances among the Eandi.
Some Qirsi ministers are torn between plotting to overthrow the Eandi and staying loyal to their lords; others have been ready for a rebellion for a long time and are active in the burgeoning and increasingly violent rebellion. Even some Qirsi who oppose the rebellion are forced to take sides against their lords, while an Eandi lord in league with the conspiracy prepares for war against rival houses.
Yet as the world tilts toward terrible upheaval, some stand firm against the chaos. Grinsa, a Qirsi gleaner, is trying to head off the war he knows would spell disaster for his own people as well as the Eandi. Traveling with Lord Tavis of Curgh as the young noble seeks revenge on the assassin who killed his betrothed and thus set the chaos in motion, Grinsa may be the only person who can stop the Weaver from shattering the long peace. But even Grinsa can't do it alone. His sister, Keziah, archminister to King Kearney, himself a staunch advocate of peace, works to prevent war, too. They may be too late, though, as realms plunge toward war, goaded by traitors within their gates.
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Please bring the next book soon audible :)
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes I did liked this story a lot with magic,conspiracy , mistrust and all the word that David create it is really drawing you in and u want to learn more about the word and the characters.
What did you like best about this story?
I think for me its always a pleasant surprise when a writer can create something original and so complex, hope more people will enjoy this series as much as I did.
What about Alpha Trivette’s performance did you like?
He really does a great job I look forward to hear more works from him, thank u so much u brig the story alive :)
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Angry at times but thats good because it means that u are involve with the story also I laugh at times :)
Any additional comments?
Audible please bring the next book so I can be able to continue and finish the series , thank u:)
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Better than 2nd Book, but Not as Good as 1st
Books 2 and 3 should have shortened and combined. I feel like there was a great story here, but the extra fluff of the 2nd book made it a little slow.
Much better than the 2nd book, but not as good as the 1st one. Unlike the 2nd book, this one felt like there was some resolution.