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New York Times best-selling author Peter V. Brett returns to his groundbreaking Demon Cycle series with this enthralling novella - the latest story set in his much-loved fantasy world.

Each night, the world is overrun by bloodthirsty demons. For centuries, humanity survived only by hiding behind defensive wards - magical symbols with the power to repel the demons. Now, the rediscovery of long-forgotten combat wards has given them the magic they need to fight back.

In Tibbet’s Brook, the fighting wards have brought change, but the factions and grudges of a troubled past remain. Selia Square, the woman they call Barren, has long been the force that holds the Brook together. As a terrifying new threat emerges, she rallies her people once again.

But Selia has a past of her own. And in a small community the personal and the political can never be divided. If Tibbet’s Brook is to survive, Selia must uncover memories she has buried deep - the woman she once was, the woman she once loved - and retell their story.

Performed by Colleen Delany, Yasmin Tuazon, Terence Aselford, Nora Achrati, Ren Kasey, Henry Kramer, Alexander Strain, Marni Penning, Carolyn Kashner, Bruce Alan Rauscher, Thomas Keegan, Danny Gavigan, Mort Shelby, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Ken Jackson, Nick DePinto, Chris Stinson, Gwen Grastorf, Nanette Savard, Katy Carkuff, Christopher Scheeren, James Lewis, Bradley Smith, Lawrence Redmond, Ryan Carlo Dalusung.

©2018 Peter V. Brett (P)2019 Graphic Audio, LLC

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  • 16-10-20

story is good

the story in itself is good. i liked it but the whole production was meh. . . my main grip was the background music overpowered the narration. so it loses a star for me

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