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  • The Lords of Alekka, Book 1
  • By: A.E. Rayne
  • Narrated by: Kate Reading
  • Length: 22 hrs
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Eye of the Wolf

By: A.E. Rayne
Narrated by: Kate Reading
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A lord forsaken by the gods. A mysterious woman with many secrets. A kingdom on the brink of war....

Two thousand years after the ancient Kingdom of Alekka was torn in two, disgruntled gods are taking sides, seeking a reckoning, for order can only last so long before chaos returns to claim its rightful place. The dreamers see what is coming.

They warn of a threat greater than any other, raising fears of unimaginable death and destruction, and a winter colder than any that has come before. The king’s enemies are rising, emboldened by his waning power, spurred on by his troubles.

Though Reinar Vilander, Lord of Ottby, only sees what lies before him, which is an undermanned fort and empty coffers. His father is an invalid, his wife has gone, his sons are dead, his fort is vulnerable, and as winter approaches, he doesn’t know what to do. For he has run out of luck. And without the luck of the gods, no lord can hope to rule for long. 

And a desperate man tends to make bad choices...very bad choices, which is bad news for Alys de Sant, whose life will forever be changed on the fateful day they meet.

Eye of the Wolf is the first book in The Lords of Alekka, a thrilling new fantasy series set in the world of The Furyck Saga. Enter a kingdom in turmoil, where mysterious dreamers weave dark magic around vengeful lords, and those fated to rise are forced out of the shadows as the battle to claim the throne begins.

©2022 A.E. Rayne (P)2022 Podium Audio

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  • 22-08-22

Enjoyed the story

I enjoyed the story and the narration immensely. I am looking forward to the next two books in this series. I would recommend the book to anyone who enjoys the fantasy series.

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  • 13-06-22

A.E.R. has become my new favorite!

My only regret is I didn't realize the Lord's of Allekka series was not complete yet. if it is as long as The Furyks series, I will always be anticipating the next book abs lamenting how long the author is taking! LOL
If you read The Furyks series you will love this, but it is not necessary because this has different characters and plot line. Sigh, now I have to decide if I should read the second now, or wait until complete series is done...hard decision

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  • 15-07-22

hard to follow

it seems to jump around alot. it's very hard to follow what is going on. and was not enjoyable for me.