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City of Songs
- The Seven Swords, Book 3
- Narrated by: Steven Brand
- Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins
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Atheria - the fabled City of Songs. The shining jewel of the third sea where the masked Exultia caste hold sway and vie to outdo each other in their patronage of the arts, sometimes with deadly consequences....
Guyime, wandering, dethroned king of the Northlands, is drawn to the Atheria by his quest for the Seven Swords, the demon-cursed blades of legend. But to claim the next sword he must first solve a seemingly impossible murder - a puzzle that, once untangled, will unveil secrets so dark they could bring the City of Songs to utter ruin.
Continuing the epic tale of The Seven Swords, City of Songs is an action-packed, darkly magical mystery from the New York Times best-selling author of the Raven's Shadow and Draconis Memoria trilogies.
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- Anonymous User
These books are so good, just wish they were 500X longer. This author and narrator are a good match.
- Samuel Hudnet
Not A Wasted Second
Anthony Ryan has packed every second of City of Songs with something to catch your imagination or to keep you thinking about how deep this plot might go. I wish I'd have re-read the previous novels before starting this one, because I didn't want to put it down, but there was just so much here that I know I missed some of the connections he made - constantly tying up loose threads and diving deeper into the backstory of this broken world.
Steven Brand's narration perfectly fits the gritty characters and atmosphere of the Seven Swords world once again.
My only complaint, if it can be called one, is that this book is too dense. There were multiple times I had to re-listen to a section multiple times in order to catch everything that was going on and make sure I got the plot connections.
Definitely worth it if you've been reading along this far. There's little filler here, and plenty of plot development with the usual highs, lows, and twists that Anthony Ryan has been delivering in this series.