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Publisher's Summary

The Birth of Malgyron is the sequel to The Quest of the Thirteen, and takes place more than a year after Mavinor's new king begins his reign. It details the struggles he faces in bringing his people closer to The Author and the lessons of The Scrolls, as well as the futility of his efforts to broker peace with his neighbors.
As the king's list of enemies continues to grow, an evil plot is hatched against him, a plot that will have enormous ramifications for the entire world if it is successful. For unbeknownst to those who unwittingly participate, Mavinor's king is no ordinary ruler. He is the chosen one, the fulfillment of a promise made by The Author generations ago to the people whom He loved.
As the plot escalates and begins to reveal itself, the king's supporters do everything in their power to thwart it and save the future of Mavinor and the entire world.
©2013 John DeFilippis (P)2017 David N. Wilson
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3 out of 5 stars
By TU on 06-06-17

A decent fantasy book...but...

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

Going in, I had no idea this was a religious themed book, as I hadn't read/listened to the first book. It took me a bit to understand exactly what was going on, but the author did a good job of making this book stand alone enough and not leave me completely lost.

That being said, the religious overtones of this book were a bit much. I consider myself a christian, but not a "religious" person, so I tend to stay away from Kirk Cameron-esq stuff.

The narrator did a great job, though, in keeping me interested enough to finish the book.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Al on 07-10-17

A Solid Yarn

What made the experience of listening to The Birth of Malgyron the most enjoyable?

The story was good, if nothing new, with some decent fight scenes and characters.

What did you like best about this story?

It kept me entertained throughout.

What about Steve Cook’s performance did you like?

Some of the accents and voices annoyed, but he was mostly excellent.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Huh?

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