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Publisher's Summary

For the first time ever, Robert Stanek's Keeper Martin's Tale is available in audio and with lost scenes and chapters of the original restored. Discover a magical world and be swept away in the adventure of a lifetime! After the Great War that divided the peoples, the kingdoms of men plunged into a Dark Age that lasted 500 years. To heal the lands and restore the light, the great kings decreed that magic and all that is magical, be it creature, man, or device, shall be cleansed to dust. The cleansing raged for so long that no human could recall a time without it and it is in this time that the Dark Lord Sathar returned from the dark beyond. The one hope of the peoples of Ruin Mist was Queen Mother, the elf queen of old. She saw a way out of everlasting darkness, a path that required the union of the divided peoples. And so it began. Keeper Martin's Tale is the adult release of Kingdoms and the Elves of the Reaches books 1 and 2.
©2009 Robert Stanek; (P)2009 RP Audio
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By Patrice on 06-01-10

The Tale

Mr. Stankek's book is a very interesting story and I'll probably buy the books to read at a later date. However, I found it difficult to keep track of where the narrator was in the story if I let my attention "wander" for any amount of time. I spent a lot of time "going back" to a section to try to get the 'gist' of what had happened. The cadence of the reader and lack of pauses between chapters/events made it difficult at times to recognize one character/event had ended and another picked up. I think the story is well worth re-accomplishing the recording with a different orator/narrator.

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By Klas on 09-07-10

Warning! Very very bad!

This is, by far, the most horrible book I have ever had the missfortune to come across. That is the nicest way I can think of putting it.
The narration is horrible, but the book is far worse. The story jumps about alot, making it difficult to listen to. There are senseless sentences and bad grammar everywere.
The characters are bad, and come across as incredibly stupid. The plot makes no sense whatsoever. You have been warned! Buy something else, there are loads of really nice books here, this isn't one of them.

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4 of 7 people found this review helpful

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