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The Sapphire Throne: JewelFire, Book 2 Audio Download – Unabridged

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  • Audio Download
  • Listening Length: 21 hours and 53 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 21 Mar. 2014
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ITG971U
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I enjoyed the book and went into buy the other books in the trilogy. I will read them all again. Well Done Freda Warrington for not trying to stretch the story into a series. Would be happy to revisit Aventuria again.Thank you
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After having read Terry Goodkind's 'Sword of Truth'-series I was under the distinct impression no author could better his writing style and imagination. (Alas, this seemed to get stuck a little bit with book #5 though - but I keep my hopes up.) But now, after having read the first 2 books in Ms Warrington's Jewelfire Trilogy I think she is even much better than him (in my view the best I have read in years - and there is little I have not read yet)! Time and again I was amazed by the sheer inventiveness with which many an unexpected plot twist was introduced in the story. But never did that give the feeling of invention for the sake of the story. All seemed logical and very much believable. I also very much enjoyed the subtly woven dark atmosphere surrounding the Bhahdradomen.
By the end of book 2, with all its bleak implications, I cannot begin to imagine how everything will be saved and come to a happy ending in book 3, but I'm very sure that Ms Warrington will create a triumphant finale and will not dissappoint.
Loved the characters and their unusual but beautiful sounding names. Especially loved Tanthe's straightforward attitude and her delicious and many times humorous sarcasm. The only thing which perhaps was a bit less well developed was Helananthe's gullibility towards the Bhahdradomen (won't spoil the actual plot). She might have been a bit more critical imho.
Be it that so many characters are introduced, sometimes with names which are very similar sounding, and their intricate relationships, but also many new words and meanings, perhaps a person list/glossary as an appendix in the book is an idea?
Loved the books! Loved the story! Can't wait for #3, which I will surely buy in hardcover!
-Harry-
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I bought the first book - The Amber Citadel - based on this site's recommendation and this book because the first's so good! Anyway the second book is equally as good, introducing new facets to the main characters along with new characters that you know are going to play big parts later on. The refreshing difference in this book however is that the characters act just the same as you or I - they swear, lose their tempers and make mistakes, just like we do. Its nice to read a fantasy book that's based on reality.
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