Suddenly torn from his family, 12-year-old Ahiram is sold as a slave in the Kingdom of Tanniin. Six years later, in order to win his freedom and return home, Ahiram enters the elite Games of the Mines. Pursued relentlessly by his enemies and driven to the limit of his endurance, Ahiram unwittingly awakens a dormant fury within him, and its resonance is caught by a hidden malice that turns the Games into a living nightmare. Refusing to submit to a cruel tyranny, Ahiram must face a harrowing death in the bowels of the earth. Still, a glimmer of hope remains. For deep within the mines, between stone and gold, a power - unlike anything the world has seen - quietly calls his name.
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Above average Epic Fantasy
I loved the world building in this fantasy. There was a lot imaginative creation and it told a good story.
The characters are unique. I found it interesting. The mystery of the political intrigue and the plight of the slave was entertaining. I was curious how everything was going to tie up in the end.
His character voices were intriguing and entertaining. For instance if I tried to read the dwarf speech, I'm not sure I would have understood it as well as he delivered. Overall well done. Would like to hear more with him narrating.
No. it is very detailed oriented, and would have been far too much to read or listen to all in one sitting.
I am curious to see where this series goes.
Not bad but the Narrator needs practice
The constant stumbling of the narrator made it a challenge to enjoy the book. I ended up just reading the book my self.
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