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Shayne Silvers has documented this book along with Cameron O’Connell and it is narrated by Amanda Leigh Cobb and taken from the 7th volume of “Phantom Queen Diaries”. These City of Thorns and Lord of Embers are excellent narrations of Amanda Leigh Cobb.
Kidnappings seldom go as planned but this is simply silly and “Torn” from the “Faeling games” on the sea shores of “Scotland”, Quinn unexpectedly finds herself doggie rowing in a tempestuous ocean of blood while focusing on no land. It is the feature of her day up to this point since her abductors appear to be entirely content to just leave her in this odd Otherworld. Quinn should battle like the devil to uncover queries about herself and her spot in the realms of both “Man and Fae” even assuming that implies losing herself first.
Fortunately, it appeared that teeth and nails are on the whole the fury as “Quinn” collaborated with an impossible aide as a divine being’s incidental award. Tragically, it turned out man’s dearest companion can be one damn pungent canine. Obligations come due and covers are torn away and “Quinn” discovered that nothing and nobody is as they appeared.
Jim Butcher, Kevin Hearne, Steve McHugh, Michael Anderle, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Shannon Mayer do not have the option to put down the profoundly habit-forming “Phantom Queen Diaries” or whatever else in the “Temple Verse”. It is extremely exhausting when a primary person can do nothing of all time and contrasted with different characters you have unbelievably made this one is simply exhausting and will keep on laboring through this series just to assist with finishing “The Temple Series”.