Transcendent: Ascendant, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Koren Bladewell's future was stolen from him, by wizards who chose to lie, to conceal the fact that Koren is a wizard.
Crown princess Ariana Trehayme must find a way to become queen before her 16th birthday - before her indecisive mother allows all of Tarador to be conquered.
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|Listening Length||16 hours and 10 minutes|
|Narrator||Tim Gerard Reynolds|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 02, 2018|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #7,122 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#177 in Fantasy for Teens
#1,272 in Teen & Young Adult Fantasy
Top reviews from the United States
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I can't stop reading and am only annoyed by the chapters that don't follow the protagonist, as his discovery of magic is so engrossing.
Do yourself a favor and purchase this novel.
Became invested in the main 2 characters, Koren and the princess.
Book 2, was also good, but spent to much time on the dukes son.
I really hope he drops to a minor role and the princess can dump him out of the picture quickly.
Wont mind if the main character ends up getting the girl.
A number of books lately pull in some guy to break up the 2 main characters and spli them permanently.
Have started hating that ploy, ruins the story for me.
Hope this series isn't headed that way.
Any word on when book 3 is due?
Top reviews from other countries
This book follows directly on from the first in the series and Koren has now out on his own trying to make his way in the world while also trying to make sense of who he is and what has happened to him. Meanwhile Princess Ariana is also on a personal voyage of discovery about herself and what she is willing to do to save her people.
If you enjoyed the first book, you will certainly enjoy this one too. My only gripe is that it has not been proof read anywhere near as well as the first book. Spelling mistakes are common, the same phrase being used twice in quick succession (once in two sentences in a row) and a glaring continuity error where the author was obviously not sure at which point the chancellor should do something and consequently he does it twice. He tells the Regent something, then pages and pages later proclaims that she is not going to like it when he tells her.
Apart from that - I like it and can forgive the problems
... like other reviewers I found that the impact of the book was mitigated by typos and duff grammar. Could be carelessness, could be the uncritical use of dictation software, or both. Either way this won't win a literary award for orthography and the kludges take the shine and 1 star off, I'm afraid. For a good plot and interesting characters it's 5-star excellent. Time flew by when I read it and I am really looking forward to the next volume.