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The Frozen Flame

Flames

Book 3

By: Paul J Bennett

Performed by: Tim Bruce

Realeased: March 23, 2021

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 11 hr, 31 min

Old friends. New allies. Their fates forever entwined.

Guided by the ancestors, Natalia and Athgar journey to an inhospitable land where danger lurks behind the guise of friendship. With a dire need to find shelter, they have no choice but to settle in and hope for the best.

It doesn’t take long for them to realize something is not right. Athgar, having travelled back to his roots, soon discovers they are rotting from within. And Natalia, one of the most powerful mages on the continent, finds herself unable to cast even the simplest of spells.

All the while, the Orcs of the Red Hand, running from certain death, desperately seek safety. Kargen, torn away from those he has sworn to protect, must gamble the future of his tribe on a desperate bid for their survival.

When old enemies resurface to endanger them all, two ancient races must come together as one or be annihilated, lost forever to the annals of history.

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Author:

Paul J Bennett

Paul's interest in writing started with his first experience playing D & D (Dungeons & Dragons). He loved the ability to create new worlds and adventures that pulled his gaming groups into his stories. Fast forward to today, where he uses that same imagination to create Eiddenwerthe, the fantasy world that all his series are set in. With many more books planned, Paul looks forward to sharing all his stories with his readers.

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PERFORMER:

Tim Bruce

Award-nominated British actor and audiobook narrator (SOVAS Voice Arts Awards), described by AudioFile Magazine as ?a chameleon with language? with a distinctive narrative style that keeps listeners on the edge of their seats?, Tim has narrated hundreds of audiobooks over 25 years for the USA, Canada, UK and Australia, including: Roger Hallam's 'Common Sense for the 21st Century', 'The Oxford Book of War Poetry', 'Swann's Way', 'The Picture of Dorian Gray', history, fantasy and a ton of crime thrillers.

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