Bridgebreaker : The Echo Worlds

  • by Joshua C. Cook
  • Narrated by Trenton Bennett
  • Series: The Echo Worlds
  • 7 hrs and 24 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The Bridgefinders have won a battle they never expected to walk away from. The Slyph has been pushed back, and now faces open rebellion from Grellnot. War is brewing on the Echo World, a war that has large implications for us. Within the Bridgefinders something rotten has taken hold, as one of their own starts down a dark path of jealousy, anger, and hate. When woman from a mysterious group known only as the Shrouded comes with a warning, her appearance proves to be a tipping point as the Bridgefinders face a new challenge, the evil within.

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Overall an interesting, creative and entertaining story. I enjoyed this installment much more than the first book. The narration flowed much more smoothly and only added to the overall enjoyment of the story allowing me to concentrate more on the story without being distracted by the narration.

Magic, suspense, elves, unusual creatures, intrigue, alternate world, magical "bridges" and more.

The Bridgefinders are basically the defenders of Earth from the Slyph an evil magical entity from the "Echo World".

In this installment things were not as predictable as in the first book. There were new characters with many more twists to the story. In this book you find out much more of the history surrounding the Bridgefinders. They not only have to fight outside evil, but an evil within.

There were a couple of times the story stalled a bit then picked up the pace again.

Every time I hear Grellnot, I can’t help but picture him looking like Gollum

Trenton Bennett did a really good job with the narration. Nice voice, easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken. Nice even pace. Great character voices. Even the female character voices were good. He was able to bring the characters and the story to life through his narration. I would definitely listen to other books he narrates in the future.

They need to have him go back and re-narrate the fist book in the series. It would make a HUGE difference, that would definitely be beneficial to the author.

I was voluntarily provided this review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher.

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- Lori

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-30-2016
  • Publisher: Joshua Cook