realm, the preciousÂ ArtesanÂ gift
is dying. Although born to the craft, Taran is struggling to achieve hisÂ potential. Against his friends’ advice, he embarks on a foolhardy plan toÂ acquire the teaching he craves. Alone, he crosses into Andaryon, the fifthÂ realm, but instead of finding a mentor, he stumbles upon a treacherousÂ plot.Â
Their craft, the lives of their friends, the very existence of their realm are
under threat unless they expose and oppose the evil.
I enjoyed the reading of King’s Envoys;Â Artesans of Albia by Cas Peace and narrated by Rebecca. It was full of emotions, clear and well done.Â The narrator does a great job with the reading and it flows smoothly.TheÂ Artesan SeriesÂ takes you into a world where you can imagine every detail of the descriptions in the tale. It is a most entertaining tale, full of twists and turns that will compel you to keep reading it to the end. It is great for readers of high fantasy and lovers of good narrated books.
In Albia, the fourth realm, the preciousÂ ArtesanÂ gift is dying.Their craft, their lives and the very existence of their realm are under threat unless they expose and oppose the evil.
Anna del C. Dye
Author of clean tales of Elfs & YA medieval Romance Â
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