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Servant of the Crown

A Powder Mage Novella
Sprecher: Daniel Dorse
Serie: The Powder Mage Trilogy, Titel 0.2
Spieldauer: 2 Std. und 58 Min.
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Captain Tamas is an ambitious young officer in the Adran army. As a commoner, he is one of very few without noble blood to hold a rank. When he challenges the son of a duke over an insult, the subsequent duel lands him in hot water with the nobility and the royal cabal of Privileged sorcerers. Tamas is soon drawn into a conflict that goes to the very highest office in the land, and his only ally is the most unlikely of people; a young noblewoman named Erika, who needs Tamas to teach her how to wield her powers as a powder mage.

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book ruined by monotone reading

Great book but very very boring monotone reader. Really sorry but you can t properly get into the story if the reader just mumbles the text down

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Different narrator

This is read by a different narrator than the trilogie (as are the other novellas).
I didn't like the change much - but from male to female wasn't a big deal, as the other story had a completely new, female POV. This one features Tamas though - and I hate the change. Not only don't I like the narrator much (you hear a lot of breathing, d he reads very slowly), he also pronounces names different than the narrator for the main trilogy. This was extremely annoying!

The story itself was great though, so I'll still give it four stars over all, but only one for the narration.