A Tapestry of Lions : Chronicles of the Cheysuli

  • by Jennifer Roberson
  • Narrated by Bronson Pinchot
  • Series: Chronicles of the Cheysuli
  • 16 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Nearly a century has passed since the Prophecy of the Firstborn was set in motion—the generational quest to recreate the magical race which once held sway in the lands ruled by Homana's Mujar. Now, Kellin, heir to Homana's throne, has only to sire an offspring with an Ihlini woman to reach this goal.
But Kellin wants nothing of prophecy, nor even of his own magical heritage. Embittered by tragedy, he refuses the sacred lir-bonding, becoming anathema in the eyes of his Cheysuli kin. But willing participant or not, Kellin provides a very real threat to the Ihlini—the ancient enemies of the Cheysuli people—for should the prophecy be fulfilled, life as the Ihlini know it will end.
How can a lirless warrior ever hope to escape the traps of the Ihlini sorcerers? And how can the prophecy ever be realized when the man born to become its final champion shuns his destined role?


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Customer Reviews

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Excellence in every way

I have read this series long time ago because I have them in paper an I love the story but Bronson Pinchot did his magic, outstanding performance I really like to have them in Kindle and Audiobooks, and Bronson make all those characters come to life, his reading came with emotions everyone pretty much alive
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- Teresa R. Cevallos

Entire 8 books series

Where does A Tapestry of Lions rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This is an older set but I had already read the books. I honestly enjoyed the audit versions which brought a different dimension to the series. I strongly recommend all of them. I just wish you could get the series as a set from Audible. The is a lot of American Indian allusions to this which adds to the interest/fascination.

What other book might you compare A Tapestry of Lions to and why?

Again, for the entire set since they go together as one long story line.

What does Bronson Pinchot bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Certain emphasis that I might not have placed became more pronounced because of the reading.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?


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- Paul "Paul Sparks"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-11-2014
  • Publisher: Audible Studios