The Kaelandur Series: Thrice Nine Legends by Joshua RobertsonThe Kaelandur Series Box Set by Joshua Robertson and narrated by Fred Wolinsky is an audible book given to me on his newsletter. The first book had plenty of action and fantasy in it. The world has magic users and creatures that are slaves, and other creatures. It ends as a cliffhanger.
Book two it seemed was mostly dialogue although there was some action. Same main characters mostly but much older!
The third book seemed very short and with a dramatic ending.
The narration was strange in spots. One character spoke like Yoda, so I guess that is on the writer not the narrator. Another character was performed with a very squeaky voice , the main character, and boy did that get old!
The Kaelandur Series: Thrice Nine Legends
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Come here to discuss pro wrestling in all its forms and factions. Get your flair here! These communities are not moderated by the SquaredCircle moderator team. Nine Legends: My Review self. Intro: Pretty cringey intro of a mum dropping her child off to spend time with his grandfather. The acting is pretty awful. This segment seems pretty pointless at the moment.
Posted on Tuesday, February 2nd, by Ethan Anderton. Despite being full of theatricality and staged fights, professional wrestling is still thriving in the world of sports and entertainment. It gets a bad reputation for being fake and just plain silly, but there are plenty of people who look up to wrestling icons as heroes, no matter how unreal all the rivalries and matches may be. And a new documentary takes a closer look at life in the ring and all that comes with it. Get a taste of what the documentary has to offer with the Nine Legends trailer below.
Bran is a Kras, a race enslaved by the Highborn for generations. He witnesses the forging of the forbidden dagger, kaelandur, created to execute Nedezhda, a Highborn found guilty of practicing death magic. But Nedezhda rises again with a horde of demons, leaving Branimir and his companions. But Nedezhda rises again with a horde of demons, leaving Branimir and his companions to seek out the Tree of Life with hopes of stopping them from destroying it. Over a thousand years, the looming threat grows to extend across all lands.