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Publisher's Summary

Picture a world intricately entwined with our own, yet separate, pulsing with the raw energy and vivid color of Celtic myth come to life. Picture Albion. And enter Lewis Gillies, an Oxford student whose search for a missing friend leads him through a door to another reality, and to unimagined discoveries about life, good and evil, and his own identity and destiny.
Having ascended the throne as Albion's High King, Llew takes the beautiful Goewyn for his queen. But in the midst of their joyous union, treachery is in the making, forcing Llew to choose between the honor of his kingship and the desire of his heart.
His decision drives him across the sea, far beyond Albion to the dark terrors and haunted wastes of the Foul Land. There, as the fabric of two worlds unravels, Llew hurtles headlong toward a final conflict with the Brazen Man. In the balance hangs not only the fate of Goewyn but also the very life-song of Albion, contained within the mystical Singing Stones.
Don't miss the rest of the books in this exciting series: Book 1, The Paradise War and Book 2, The Silver Hand.
©1993 Stephen R. Lawhead (P)2002 Blackstone Audiobooks
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5 out of 5 stars
By G. Parish on 12-21-15

Endure to your final reward

This third book in the trilogy is a bit slow and depressing for the first two thirds of it, however, it must be added that it is written with reason and is even an integral part of the setting. Once one gets beyond that the series comes to its fruition and the end, though bittersweet, is one of the most satisfying ends to any series I have ever read. If you have gotten this far, come just a bit further. The journey is worth it.

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4 out of 5 stars
By CC on 07-13-14

The new narrator.

What didn’t you like about Robert Whitfield’s performance?

Perhaps words and names were mispronounced initially, I don't know. Clearly the narrator feels that they were because his pronunciation of the names is hugely different from the first two books. It makes me feel like I am in another series. Also the accent is painful. I am having trouble getting through the book This happens a lot with series' of books. Sometimes I even wonder if the narrator reviewed the previous perfomances. Sometimes I wonder that even when there is not a new narrator.

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