The Stuff of Stars : Seekers (Litwack)

  • by David Litwack
  • Narrated by Erin deWard
  • Series: Seekers (Litwack)
  • 10 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Against all odds, Orah and Nathaniel have found the keep and revealed the truth about the darkness, initiating what they hoped would be a new age of enlightenment. But the people were more set in their ways than anticipated, and a faction of vicars whispered in their ears, urging a return to traditional ways.
Desperate to keep their movement alive, Orah and Nathaniel cross the ocean to seek the living descendants of the keepmasters' kin. Those they find on the distant shore are both more and less advanced than expected.
The seekers become caught between the two sides, and face the challenge of bringing them together to make a better world. The prize: a chance to bring home miracles and a more promising future for their people. But if they fail this time, they risk not a stoning but losing themselves in the twilight of a never-ending dream.
Be sure to start with the first book in this series, the multiple award-winning The Children of Darkness. And don't miss David's award-winning speculative saga, The Daughter of the Sea and the Sky.


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Orah and Nathaniel have found their way across the ocean and have found even more people pitted against each other. One advanced and one just beginning their journey. Can Orah and Nathaniel bring the sides together so they can become one, and can Orah and Nathaniel do it before the lose themselves to the dreamers in the never ending dream.

This is a great sequel to the first book The Children of Darkness, there is a lot of action, suspense, and so much emotion in this book it will keep you mesmerized until the end. The narrator Erin deWard brought this book to life for the listener as Orah, telling her story for all to hear. She is a awesome narrator making each character unique, I really can't wait for the next book.
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- Mindjacked "Librarian with chronic migraines which cuts into reading a LOT so I listen and it is awesome for me keeps me in the blogging/reviewing game."

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This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of AudiobookBoom dot com.

I have read the first book in the series. The narrator was great as from the first novel. She speaks softly as Orah, which I felt was really in character, but some people may not like. She impresses me with her character voices. When they first met the mentor, for example, she sounds both frail and bursting with excitement, which is perfect for the character.

I felt the journey lost a bit of magic from the first story, but perhaps it's because of the characters. Orah and Nathaniel are no longer the naive children who trusted in the temple, and they see the world more realistically now. For example, in the beginning, orah is impressed by the "keep", but soon realizes it's not what she expected.
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- Jason Engler "Avid Reader"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-24-2016
  • Publisher: Evolved Publishing LLC