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Publisher's Summary

Malwynn and his twin sister, Umaryn, experienced true horror when their hometown of New Picknell was razed to the ground in the first act of war by a Necromancer from The Amaranth Empire. They took their thirst for vengeance north across the border, and, after killing both the innocent and the guilty alike, they discovered a horrible truth. The Empire had not ordered the strike. The Necromancer had been paid.
Book two in The Kinless Trilogy follows the Everwalk twins in the capital city of Varrland as they attempt to follow the clues they wrung from the corpse of Omniri Decadra. The looming war between Varrland and the Empire races them as they attempt to find out who wanted their family and the entire town destroyed - and why. The Church, the Guild, and the government all seem to have stakes in what the twins do, and it becomes very hard to tell who, if anyone, is on their side.
Sometimes the truth is far, far worse than a lie, and your friends are more threatening than your enemies. But will that stop the twins from falling in love when they are most vulnerable?
Join Malwynn and Umaryn as they attempt to right the wrongs they've suffered once again, no matter the cost.
©2013 Christopher Philbrook (P)2016 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Daniel Abrams on 06-15-17

I Knew It was Going to be Better!

“This audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review."
I blitzed through this book. 2 days or less and I was done. If you enjoyed the first book, I recommend the 2nd even more! I only rated the first book 4 stars all around. This one gets 5. I know the characters, the story, the world. I know the narrator and his style... My only complaint is that there was barely any real necromancy. Yes, of course, the spirits, but I want more necromancy! I can't wait to get back into Malwynn's development there.

Anyhow, I found myself very excited at multiple points in this book and I couldn't stop listening. There were some very intriguing developments and I can't wait to see how Umaryn's ... efforts... pay off!? I want those details BADLY. Bring on book 3! Thanks for the opportunity!

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Rabid Reader on 05-30-17

Thrilling sequel

I thought this was a great story. It is funny, entertaining and reflects well the need to stay organized and on top of things. The short chapters make for a quick read and the authors style of writing allows kids to easily connect with the story. I'm sure this book will also resonate with all the busy parents out there who have eventually found permission slips, grade books and unfinished homework tucked away in the depths of their child's backpacks. loved this sequel to the Wrath of the Orphans. It continued the story on directly from where book one ended and it is definitely a page turner. As the twins continue their quest for revenge, we are taken on an exciting journey of intrigue, action, suspense and mystery. The twins skills in the Way continues to grow, Umaryn receives an invite to join the Guild, love blooms for Malwynn and history, secrets and betrayals are revealed. The narrator did a good job of narration. His pace fit the story well and he gave more of an individual voice to the characters in this book. This was a thrilling story that quickly pulled you back into the world of Elmoryn and has you dying to known where the twins lives will lead.

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