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Shroud of Eternity: Sister of Darkness

The Nicci Chronicles, Book 2
Sprecher: Christina Traister
Serie: The Nicci Chronicles, Titel 2
Spieldauer: 19 Std. und 22 Min.
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Shroud of Eternity picks up where Terry Goodkind's New York Times bestseller Death's Mistress left off, promising a thrilling brew of bloodshed, sex, deception, and sorcery.

The formidable sorceress Nicci and her companions - the newly powerless Nathan and the youthful Bannon - set out on another quest after driving ruthless Norukai slavers out of Renda Bay. Their mission: restore Nathan's magic and, for Nicci, save the world.

Guided by the witch-woman Red's mysterious prophecy, the trio makes their way south of Kol Adair towards a wondrous city shrouded behind time, Ildakar. But the grotesque omens on their path to Nathan's salvation - severed Norukai heads on pikes, a genetically modified monster, and a petrified army of half a million - are just a taste of the unimaginable horrors that await within the Shroud of Eternity.

©2017 Terry Goodkind (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved

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Grand Story, mediocre VA

Another great story from Terry Goodkind, another questionable performance from Christina Traister.

The preview audio of the book displays well how Christina Traister performs; random pauses before sentences end, odd emphasis in seemingly random places and so on. It's not the worst reading I ever listened to, but far, far away from the best.