Kayla Nighthawk, born crippled and orphaned in the theocratic realm of Potemia, defies her society's ban against reading the ancient books on sciencecraft. Her search for a cure for her deformities and for the meaning of existence itself becomes a matter of life or death for Kayla - as well as for all of humanity. This is the history of the next millennium of humankind. An epic tale of technology and the backlash against it. A journey of war, love, sex, revenge, and heartbreak - a philosophical adventure story.
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Very engaging and thought provoking
Nihala was a really enjoyable story. Lots of good metaphor. Lots of good everything.
What a blast. Gabrielle did an amazing job narrating too.
The scene where Trickster Jack tricked the Monads. A very sad moment that echoed similar real world events from history.
Nope. First time.
Can't wait for the next book by Scott!
- Stephen yavorski
Yes, just to listen to the narrator's mercurial performance. She must have done 50 different characters. Jim Dale watch out!
I think it would have been best if it had been edited into several volumes. There was a lot of very interesting Alice-in-Wonderland type arguments but the main story was hard to follow sometimes. I wasn't always sure which world we were in; and where the flashbacks began and ended. That was a bit frustrating.
The accents!!! And more than that; the actual characters. She plays young girls and Indian Ganesha gods, and 8 legged Spiders ...
Noooo, too long.
- Susannah "I am musician and mom of several little musicians. Love good narrators. Love good stories. Love Audible."