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Publisher's Summary

In this second book of the Seven Circles Series, Ston and Ivy arrive in the Fourth Circle, a world perceived as ruined by contamination brought in during an Alignment of the Circles. They are taken prisoner by the evil and corrupt regime of the Judicial. In the course of helping one of the last of the deposed royal family, they form an unexpected alliance in the fight to overthrow the dictator and save the world. Meanwhile, their budding romance continues to grow.
©2015, 2016 T. Russell Jones (P)2016 T. Russell Jones
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5 out of 5 stars
By Bremen on 05-25-16

New Setting & Great Characters Make Great Read!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This book is great fun to read, and I would recommend to anyone that enjoys Genre Series.

What other book might you compare Somewhere to and why?

It reminds me a bit of Orson Scott Card's Homecoming Saga with a touch of Myst.

What about T. Russell Jones’s performance did you like?

Her voice is easy to listen to, and well paced in her storytelling.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There is a moment when the characters begin to realize that the treatment of the animals around them is unfair and abusive, serves as a chilling reminder that in our own reality, we could do a lot more to be compassionate and understanding of the so called "lower species" that occupy this world with us.

Any additional comments?

Keep them coming, T Russell Jones!!

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