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Rise of Empire

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Tim Gerard Reynolds

26 Hours 27 Minutes

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May 2012

Audio Book Summary

Best-selling author Michael J. Sullivan's mesmerizing Riyria Revelations series has found a welcome home with fans of magic, clashing swords, and daring heroes. This second volume finds Royce and Hadrian on a quest to enlist the southern Nationalists to aid the ever-weakening kingdom of Melengar. Royce suspects an ancient wizard is manipulating them all, but to find the truth he'll have to decipher Hadrian's past-a past Hadrian wants to keep secret.

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  • Thomas T

    This was a great continuation of the first book. The author and narrator do an extraordinary job of bringing the characters to life and making the story fun and enthralling. Great Listen!

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  • Levi K.

    I’m hooked, the tale must go on.

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  • Moud Barthez

    Well then, Book two started way to slow i even thought it was shallow, and the first one was way better, although half way around the first chapter and it already feels that it even gets better! Twists occurs in a very subtle pace! The second part in the book was the best, i read it all in one set! I couldn’t flinch nevertheless leave it for another day, events developed rapidly and we get to see a new part of that world. Which broaden the sphere of struggle. It was great, Book I and II were magnificent and book have a shocking ending.

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  • Anonymous

    I enjoy this story so far, and am looking forward to the next book. However I am disappointed that the author seems to use the stories main characters constantly getting captured, as a crutch to unveil the next twist or piece of the stories puzzle so to speak. It got very boring and redundant by the end of this book seeing these characters get captured again, and again, and again.

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  • Foster Johnson

    Great story and plot. I love the series!!!!!!! It must be 50 characters long?! I would review more if not for this!

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