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Publisher's Summary

Rain, the proud and haunted Fey King, risked everything to follow his heart and his destiny to Ellysetta - his truemate, his love, the woodcarver's daughter who possessed miraculous gifts she did not understand. He defied the nobles of Celieria to claim her, battled demons and Elden mages to wed her. And now he must protect her - and his imperiled kingdom - with magic, steel, and scorching flame. For his soul-kin, the magical tairen, are dying, and only the Fey King's bride can save them... if Rain can help his beloved embrace the magic within her and forge the unbreakable bond of passion and power necessary to save her soul.
Enchanted? Listen to another book in the Tairen Soul series.
©2008 C.L. Wilson (P)2011 HarperCollinsPublishers
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4 out of 5 stars
By foxtail_too on 02-12-12

Wonderful tale with poor choice for narrator

This is the third book in the Tairen Soul series and the third different narrator. I thought that a new narrator (and a consistent one) for the last three books had to be an improvement over the first two narrators (numerous mispronunciations, poor timing, with no break between chapters or scene changes, etc.).

Well, I was wrong. By what logic would anyone chose a narrator with a lisp to read an audiobook? Early in the reading, Ms Durante sounded like someone reading to children at storytime. As the book progressed, the reading improved somewhat, but young girl voice with the lisp is consistent throughout.

Most audiobook readers, male or female, are able to use their voices to convey different characters/genders, but that is poorly done in this case. What should be strong male voices are still sing-songy and lispy. On the up side, there are few, if any, mistakes in pronunciation.

It is a shame, because I love this series and had really looked forward to listening to the entire series on audiobook. I'm not sure I can keep going with this narrator, as she is so irritating to listen to that I'm distracted from the story.

I can fully recommend the Tairen Soul series though. The books are delightful!

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4 out of 5 stars
By Wisteria on 10-28-13

Great Book, HORRID Narrator

What made the experience of listening to King of Sword and Sky the most enjoyable?

It was not enjoyable, listening was awful. So distracting in fact, I had to download the rest of the series on my Kindle to truly enjoy the experience of the story. I can only hope that audible re-records the last several books. Emily Durante may be a great narrator of other stories, but in this story of young warriors - she made them all sound like sick and decrepit warriors in their eighties, suffering from COPD and emphysema. I loved the story, absolutely disliked the voice Emily used for the men of the story.

How could the performance have been better?

Again, it was difficult to get past the male voices. I highly recommend listening to the first two books in the series on audible, however, move on to kindle or hard copy books after the first two in the series.

Any additional comments?

Please audible, consider taping the last 3 books over again with a new narrator. Emily Durante destroyed the Fey male voices.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Farnham_red on 06-15-17

Good continuation

What made the experience of listening to King of Sword and Sky the most enjoyable?

Its a great story - the middle book of a 5 book series and doesn't disappoint.

What did you like best about this story?

Good plot that holds interest. If you got this far you will also enjoy the final 2 books in the sequence. The story is fairly predicable but there are some good twists.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Emily Durante?

Yes - I already have as she also narrated the remaining 2 books after this one.
For some reason many reviewers on the US site are really unhappy with her but I thought she was better than the previous 2 narrators. She took a bit of getting used to and her male voices aren't brilliant but at least the timing and expression were much better

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5 out of 5 stars
By law on 08-19-16

Excellent book

The narrators voice was a little broken at times . A little difficult to listen to at the beginning but I soon got used to it . The story was of course amazing .

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