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Daughter of No Worlds

By: Carissa Broadbent
Narrated by: Dan Calley,Esther Wane
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Summary

A former slave fighting for justice. A reclusive warrior who no longer believes it exists. And a dark magic that will entangle their fates.

Ripped from a forgotten homeland as a child, Tisaanah learned how to survive with nothing but a sharp wit and a touch of magic. But the night she tries to buy her freedom, she barely escapes with her life.

Desperate to save the best friend she left behind, Tisaanah journeys to the Orders, the most powerful organizations of magic Wielders in the world. But to join their ranks, she must complete an apprenticeship with Maxantarius Farlione, a handsome and reclusive fire wielder who despises the Orders.

The Orders's intentions are cryptic, and Tisaanah must prove herself under the threat of looming war. But even more dangerous are her growing feelings for Maxantarius. The bloody past he wants to forget may be the key to her future...or the downfall of them both.

But Tisaanah will stop at nothing to save those she abandoned. Even if it means gambling in the Orders's deadly games. Even if it means sacrificing her heart.

Even if it means wielding death itself.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Carissa Broadbent (P)2021 Tantor

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Good story, but..

Good story whit caracters you will really like and want to know what happens to.
Disent world building. Not to diatailed you get bored, but you get a good sense of the world they live in and where they are.

The female narration was good, no complaints there.
The male one drove me on my nerves. He speak fast and takes a sharp breath for almost EVERY sentence...

That alone made me wast to stop reading. But if you can get over it, its a good book and i will read the next one.

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Story so well written, think it needed to be audio

I loved this storyline. The audiobook format really gave something special to it, that I have a feeling wouldn't have come across as well if i had read it as a hard/digital copy.
Wane's performance was magnificent, probably the best narrator I've come across for an audiobook. Calley, not so much. the way he gasps before so many of his sentences was really jarring and if the storyline hadn't been so enthralling I would've stopped listening.

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  • Kinsey
  • 26-05-22

I couldn’t finish it

I might try again at a different time but once the male narrator came in I couldn’t get past how he takes a breath every 3 words. I listened to 10 hours and have about 5 hours left but I’m so distracted by his narration that I’m not gonna even try to finish this book.

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  • Maggie Weisenberger
  • 20-10-22

Great story - breathy narrator

This is a great story if you can get through the chapters where the guy narrates. He has a good voice but you can hear him sharply inhale so often that it’s distracting. I’m wondering if there is a way to edit it out bc it’s seriously hard to listen to and takes away from the story.

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  • Scott D. Woodgate
  • 03-10-21

Just listen to it - it's fantastic

Great storyline that is always moving and full of tension, with a strong female lead character a wonderfully created fantasy world and solid narration. Looking forward to the audiobook for the 2nd part of the series and hearing what Tisaanah does next.

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  • Elizabeth
  • 14-11-21

Great listen, slow start

This book was so good. Loved the FMC, loved the plot, the romance and that lead into book 2! It does have a bit of a slow start, I was about half way through until I was really, truly hooked but I’m so happy I kept at it! 10/10

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  • Blue
  • 30-10-21

Excellent Fantasy Romance! So excited for the next one ✨

This book tells the story of Tisaanah. After she escapes 8 years of slavery she heads to a group called The Orders in order to join them and seek help for her fellow slaves still in captivity back home. There she meets Max who becomes her reluctant teacher. Together they train as love and friendship grows between them. And as time passes, Tisaanah discovers The Orders may not be everything she wanted them to be and that war is soon to arrive.

🤍This was a surprisingly wonderful read. Tisaanah is an excellent main character. The majority of the book is from her point of view. She is strong willed(not in a bratty way like you see in many novels). She is brave, smart, and resourceful. She has to fight every step of the way to get what she wants and she never gives up.
💙Max is also great. About halfway through the book, we start hearing his point of view as well which I loved. He has a bad history with The Orders and is grumpy, snarky, and mad at the world(for good reason). Nevertheless, he sees Tisaanah’s strong will and it inspires him as even with all his tragedies he still wants to see good in the world.
❤️‍🔥The romance that develops between them was wonderful. It wasn’t build just on sexual attraction like many of these books tend to do(though this novel does have heat 🔥 in the romance department). The romance developed as they grew to trust, to learn each other, and to open up to one another. It was very well done and there wasn’t any stupid miscommunications or “protecting you for your own good” kinds of annoying interferences like there always tends to be.
💛As for the story. It was an excellent beginning to this series. The majority was training with some action battles closer to the end. We meet some good side characters but mainly stick with Max and Tisaanah. Additionally, we don’t get a lot of world building in this book but I was still enthralled the entire time and eager to see what would happen next. With war coming up, I’m interested to see how Tisaanah and Max will fight and keep control of their powers.

Overall, great read. Highly recommend for lovers of non-YA Fantasy Romance! 🖤

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  • Nahaylem
  • 13-11-22

Dan Canney ruined this book.

I could not handle his constant audible inhaling, sometimes 5+ times per sentence. If Esther was the only narrator I'd probably give it 4 stars all around. He made it such an absolute chore to finish that I absolutely won't continue this series because I can see his name attached to the other two books, which is a massive shame, because I really did enjoy it.

Dan, meanwhile, has probably become my least favorite narrator.

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  • Miguel Lopez
  • 11-11-22

Better than Throne of Glass

The main character are people you are actually rooting for. They reach for goals bigger than themselves and are actually smart. It’s a well though out story but maybe a bit slow at times.

I enjoyed the romance. It wasn’t over played and was very sweet and perfectly time in the story.

The only reason I put two stars for performance was the guy who narrated it was really frustrating to listen to, and kind of destroyed the characters point of you. I liked the woman’s voice but she was also a little annoying too.

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  • Kristen
  • 27-07-21

Spectacular world!

The world building and the complexity of character and magic system is just astounding! Can’t wait to listen to the next book!!

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  • Mia May
  • 25-11-22

Male narrator made me DNF

The story was okay, nothing amazing but worked as brain candy while I worked. The female narrator was amazing and I really loved her performance, but the male narrator was so bad I didn’t finish the book (honestly made it to the last 2 chapters and then just couldn’t anymore). He always sounded out of breath and was so rushed. Like calm down dude, it’s not a race.

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  • Shannon S.
  • 21-11-22

Simply amazing

I thought I wasn’t going to enjoy This book. There’s a lot of world building. But half way though it completely turns. It’s so action pact and crazy and amazing! There’s so much happening!! Good lord this was a great story! I can’t wait to continue on to book two.