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Huck Jones, the son of the admiral of the Soaker fleet, has a legacy to live up to. Haunted by the distorted memories of his mother's untimely death, he must face his demons and the man who raised him as he strives to take the courageous step forward into manhood. When he's transferred to the worst-performing ship in the fleet, everything he believes is called into question when he meets a lowly brown-skinned bilge rat girl. Huck walks a deadly rope.
Meanwhile, Sadie, destined to be a Rider in the Stormer army, seeks to avenge her brother's death at the hands of the Soakers. Trained hard by her mother, an experienced Rider, Sadie knows strength and determination more than most. Her father, a Man of Wisdom, has shown his cowardice more times than she can count. As her world and family fall apart, she must cast aside her anger and focus on the wisdom she's always brushed off as foolishness.
Amidst everything, a plague ravages all, discriminating against no one.
When four worlds collide, lines will be drawn, sides will be chosen, victory will be sought. Death will be wrought. The mysteries of the cure for the deadly plague will be uncovered. Who will survive? And what will those who do learn about themselves and the ones they love?
©2013 David Estes (P)2016 Podium Publishing
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By Humble & Honest on 10-08-17

Good tie in with The Dwellers series!

after following the stories of the Sun, Star and Moon dwellers this series came in my suggested list. it sat in my wish list for a while,I was not convinced I'd enjoy it. how much is too much? after a break for some other adventures I figured I'd give it a try. starting with the first of these three it took me just 2 weeks to devour them.
I don't think it matters which series you start with as after finishing this one I believe it would've been okay either way. though there ARE things that I caught in this series that made me glad I'd heard the Dwellers saga first.
give it a go, if you liked The Dwellers you'll like this!

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By Felisha on 08-23-17

Interesting

This 3rd book in the series was interesting. It wasn't my favorite of the saga but it was nice to finally bring everything together. I felt some of the story was jumpy or over dramatic between the two main characters but overall not bad.

Kate Russ's narration was pretty good. She was passionate and sharp. I wasn't a fan of some the character voice such as "evil" but over all easy to listen to.
Kirby Hayeborne was ok at best. He kept the same vocal cadence almost the entire time which made his part drag for me. I like the sound of his voice I just wish it had more energy and diversity.
I was glad to hear Khristine Hvams voice again. She has power and spunk in her voice which is always fun to listen too.

Overall, it was a good read and I would recommend it to all.

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By Natty Jones on 01-19-17

good enough books, terrible narrators.

Note, review is for all 3 books as a whole.
I listened to this series of books as I enjoyed the dwellers saga and the 4th book of that series is also the 4th book of this series, so thought I might aswel listen to these. the books themselves are good enough, nothing that's going to blow your mind but ok really. I do quite like how multiple story's of several main characters all end up tying in together.
my main gripe would be the accents of the ummmm.... voice actors?? I don't know what they are called but they truly are awful. The replacement of curse words for "scorchin'" or "icein" is a tad annoying but a bit if a gimmick and not the end of the world but overall I find the reading, accents and pronunciations really annoying. but overall worth a listen I suppose but dwellers saga is far better.

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