• The Verdant Passage

  • Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Sun: Prism Pentad, Book 1
  • By: Troy Denning
  • Narrated by: Ray Porter
  • Series: Prism Pentad, Book 1
  • Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 01-08-13
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Audible Studios
  • 4.4 (166 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Under a previous sun, Athas teemed with life. The sorcerer-king, after obtaining immortality for himself, united all lands under the power of his magic. But power-hungry overlords have carved the lands into pieces - setting themselves up as sorcerer-kings--and survival depends on the optimism of three steadfast people.
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By Guilherme on 03-04-13

Espetacular character voices

The Darksun world is incredible, and this story is particularly interesting. Added to this, the rendition of the characters by Ray Porter is really powerful and capturing. A recommended "read", for sure. Going to get the next one ASAP.

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By mrbill333 on 01-31-13

Wonderfull Story and Narration.

The story is very fun and addicting. I found my self making excuses to ride in the car to listen to the next part. I recommend it to all!!!

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By Batterhead on 10-25-17

Did not finish the book

The best part of this audio book is the narration, Ray Porter is excellent as usual and this is mainly why i listened as long as i did.

I felt the story had some good ideas but but they were poorly filled out, almost like the writer had played a few D&D roll playing sessions then written a book about it.

The magic was glossed over, it's not what i would expect in a modern fantasy. I don't expect wave hands, point finger , say the magic word, zap!. That is rather old hat.

For me the story lacks depth, it try's to do too many things, bring people together to become a team, go on a quest, loose members, defeat an evil sorcerer king, meet strange monsters, kill them, fail, succeed after undergoing a hard test, and so on.

I was disappointed as i had read some very good reviews and heard good things about this.

Accio Stormbringer!

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