Two distinct points of view lend themselves well to the narrations of Tamsin Kennard and Andrew Kingston. In the first in a new fantasy series called The Sorcerer's Song, Lem reacts to a dark prophecy by leaving his sheltered existence. His betrothed, Mariyah, follows him and lands in big trouble. Kennard tells Mariyah's tale. She creates a persona that is affable despite her troubles as she becomes a student of magic with a powerful teacher. Lem, presented by Kingston, is a gifted musician who begins to train as an assassin. Kingston effectively dramatizes Lem's struggles to come to terms with the ethics of his new profession. Both narrators maintain the vulnerability and sensitivity of their youthful characters even as they become more wary and face greater danger. J.E.M. © AudioFile 2020, Portland, Maine [Published: JUNE 2020]
Trade Ed. Macmillan Audio 2020
DD ISBN 9781250264114 $32.99
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