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Publisher's Summary

For Ammon-Shur the struggle to end the slave trade in Sumeria is not going as planned. He has barely survived several attempts on his life and the few people he has been able to save are less than a drop in the bucket compared to the many thousands who are bought and sold across Sumeria every week.
When he decides to try a new approach to get people to care about slavery he finds himself in unfamiliar territory as a lifetime of mostly ignoring the gods is suddenly turned on its head by close daily contact with a prophet of the Lord of Light.
As Ammon struggles to find a way to accept his newfound piety the secret cabal of the worshipers of Chaos disrupt all of Ammon's plans and he finds that facing down dangerous bands of slavers is child's play compared to the new challenges that will require all of his wit and skill to survive.
©2017 Noel Jesse Hudson (P)2017 Noel Jesse Hudson
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By snow_tires on 02-19-18

Another fun journey

Where does The Prince and the Prophet rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is a very fun listen, and I'd rank it up there with my favorite historical fictions.

What did you like best about this story?

Ammon's character is the perfect blend of folly, genius, and recklessness. He is what makes the story compelling. His drive to do whats right, but not having a clue how to get there and changing his mind frequently is refreshing.

Which character – as performed by Austin Vanfleet – was your favorite?

Ammon's kids were spot on. I love his impersonation of the kid's voices.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I loved the connection to the biblical story of Abraham. This book even gives some interesting backstory to bring new life to the biblical tale.

Any additional comments?

This book left me wanting the next in the series! The ending was a compelling cliff hanger. Thanks Jesse, keep them coming.

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By rate on 12-14-17

Loved it.

I enjoyed this story. Each book is even better than the last. I would recommend you to read this.

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