Children of Time : After Cilmeri

  • by Sarah Woodbury
  • Narrated by Laurel Schroeder
  • Series: After Cilmeri
  • 9 hrs and 22 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

November 1288. Bereft of a king or rightful heir, England hurtles towards civil war for the second time in a generation. When David, Prince of Wales, and his wife, Lili, travel to London to attend the wedding of William de Bohun and Princess Joan, they have no intention of involving themselves in local politics.
But as infighting leads to murder, David and Lili find themselves at the center of a far-reaching conspiracy. Trapped between history and legend, they must decide how much they are willing to sacrifice to save not only their own country, but the people of England as well.
Meanwhile, back in Wales, Llywelyn and Meg discover that time is no barrier to either adventure or trouble.
Children of Time, Book 4 in the After Cilmeri series, continues the story of Llywelyn, Meg, and their children in the medieval kingdom of Wales.

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Great Story

I enjoyed listening to this book and look forward to listening to the next one.

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- Melody A. Zomonski "Sugar Artist"

ACTION AND INTRIGUE ACROSS TIME AND DIMENSIONS!

Where does Children of Time rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

The series as a whole ranks at the top, which is saying something because I average an audiobook a week with my commute. This one is my second favorite of the series, Prince of Time still tops the list


What was one of the most memorable moments of Children of Time?

At the end, when David's ally barons and his father kneel at his feet, and he acquiesces to take the throne. I have that moment bookmarked as it's a major turning point in the series.


What about Laurel Schroeder’s performance did you like?

In this installment, Laurel Schroeder had to incorporate multiple accents for both genders, and in two time periods. She does this so seamlessly that the listener does not get lost or have a hard time keeping up with the story or which character she is portraying.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I found this installment to be more cerebral in the way it incorporates the intrigue of multiple plots in the middle ages that David spends his time navigating with the modern day national security activity that Meg and Llewelyn must elude. I could not help but laugh, though, at Goronwy's amazement with toilets and coffee (much like Ieuan's) and the conversation between Llewelyn and Goronwy at the well at Cilmeri


Any additional comments?

I have read the published books in this series and have listened to the audiobooks thus far. I have recommended the series to many friends and recommend the audiobooks equally because of the added depth to listening to Ms. Schroeder bring the characters and story to life.

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- A.F. "AFran"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-27-2015
  • Publisher: Sarah Woodbury