Echoes of a Fallen Kingdom: Stalwart Link, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Strong-willed and full of hope, Leo strives to learn more of the magic he has read so much about. He's heard of invisible links in his world, and hidden rifts to other realms filled with creatures and stones of power. But Leo's family is stuck in an impoverished city. He performs backbreaking farm work beside his older brother, a rebellious and cunning thief, but nonetheless a brother whom Leo would trust with his life. Their father takes care of them as best he can, but a dangerous secret has weighed heavily on him for years. He won't be able to keep it hidden much longer.
Leo believes everything will change for the better when he begins work as a bookbinder and finally leaves the dreadful farm. He can apply for apprenticeship to the Bookbinding Guild upon his soon-approaching birthday.
Everything will change, but in ways their family would never expect. It all begins when Leo's brother steals something that he should've left alone.
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 20 minutes|
|Author||B. T. Narro|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||June 28, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #15,746 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
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#988 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
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I’m telling you right now that if you want to read a book that will get you hooked instantly, this is one of them. I’m literally writing a book review which I NEVER do. ( I recommend reading ALL of his books since they’re all incredible, Audible did a wonderful job selecting voice actors if you don’t have time to read each one. I listened to 10 of them in a month just because I ALWAYS wanted more!)
What I love about his books is his way of making the characters so real that you can tell what each of them are feeling without needing to read about ahead and a surprising bond with each one. He does such a good job at leaving small clues throughout his books to where you can piece together your own plans on what you hope will happen next, but also provides surprises you won’t see coming.
I was shocked at how much I grew to hate the antagonists in the book just as the main characters did! The way he writes about the rich treating the poor especially in their time period is SPOT ON. You’ll instantly feel a connection with the main characters and root for their success and happiness throughout the whole book. This book provided a very solid backstory to what I am sure is to be a truly amazing series.
I’m very excited for his next book to come out since there’s so much left to be discovered in this world that I’m sure he could write another 16 more here!!!
Cheers to another great story B T Narro and to many more!
I didn't find the portrayal of the children believable; they thought much more like adults than. I mean, c'mon, one of them is 10 years old and getting flustered and distracted by the touch of his female friend's arm?
Lastly, it felt like a really long-winded wind up to the real story (which doesn't take place in this book). I think a good half of this book could have been discarded with some better editing. For example, most of the book is spent laboriously illustrating how unjust the society is. I "got" it pretty early on.