Forsaken : The Exiled Crown

  • by Eric S. Fomley
  • Narrated by Charlie Boswell
  • Series: The Exiled Crown
  • 0 hrs and 13 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Forsaken is the first tale of The Exiled Crown, an ongoing short story series. When a village is attacked by brigands, a vagrant princess takes it upon herself to see that justice is done at the point of a bloody sword.

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A quick, fast-paced listen

This is a short one. It's only 14 minutes long, but about half of that is literally this one vagrant princess just... slaying. So, it's short but it was quite an enjoyable 14 minutes of my time.

Quite a fast paced, bloody, and action-packed 14 minutes that introduced one Ayla, princess of... Echor? Ichor? Which is a kingdom far away.

My one criticism here is that this would have benefited about 100% from having a female narrator. The narrator himself was... okay. Just okay. Not my favorite, but there wasn't anything about him that was glaringly unlikable. But... since we have this badass AF lady, it would have been nice to have a badass AF lady telling me the story too.

Also, I was given a free copy of this audiobook by the author in exchange for an honest review. FYI :)
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- Stardrifter

I Liked It

What did you like best about Forsaken? What did you like least?

I received a promo copy of this for review purposes. I had never heard of this author before but was interested in listening to it. I was unsure where the author was going, but wound up enjoying it in the end. I will be looking for further installments in the future.
I can't say too much good about the narrator. There seemed to be no real difference in any of the character voices.


What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The way it ended.
The narrator.


How did the narrator detract from the book?

His voice seemed kind of boring.


Do you think Forsaken needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

Yes. A sequel would be nice.
It was definitely left open-ended.


Any additional comments?

No.

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- Robert Junker

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-28-2017
  • Publisher: Eric S. Fomley