Sorceress : Spirals of Destiny

  • by Jim Bernheimer
  • Narrated by Veronica Giguere
  • Series: Spirals of Destiny
  • 12 hrs and 4 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Forget everything you thought you knew about maidens and unicorns... A mysterious force has separated Kayleigh Reese and her battle unicorn Majherri, who now find themselves on opposite sides of a war, each fighting to survive without the other.
For Majherri, the unicorn is now controlled by his deranged first rider, and must find a way to free her mind in the hopes of bringing the woman back to the light. Majherri is forced to pick and choose his battles, both physical and mental, if he is to succeed. Along the way, he will have to become stronger than he has ever been to prevent the madness that threatens to consume him.
Meanwhile, Kayleigh, the young sorceress, struggles with an uneasy relationship with her new unicorn. Finding their missing comrades and escaping the ever-expanding warzone are her goals, but forces are already aligning against her. Secrets from her past come to light and force her to reexamine everything she knew about her life.
Fighting for her life, she must master her powers and be willing to fight for her freedom against her enemies and even those she once trusted.


What the Critics Say

"War erupts across the land, testing young Kayleigh's emerging skills and veteran Majherri's loyalties as each struggles not only to survive, but to triumph over the spreading evil. Don't miss the second installment in Bernhemier's action-packed Spirals of Destiny!" (Terry W. Ervin II, author of Relic Tech)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Change in Narrator

Narrator changed the way the Unicorns name was pronounced. it is distracting and I could not get though the first chapter. May try again later as I liked the first book.
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- Amazon Customer

Bad narration

The narrator comes close to making this book intolerable. Her voice lacks any range of emotion. Every sentence seems frenzied and without release. She speaks too fast and with a strange syncopation at times. Character voices sound whiny no matter what they are saying and she does not have a credible male character voice. Truly an unfortunate read of an otherwise enjoyable book.
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- Rain Stormsong

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-05-2014
  • Publisher: Gryphonwood Press