• Heavy Lies the Crown

  • The Scalussen Chronicles, Book 2
  • By: Ben Galley
  • Narrated by: Matthew Lloyd Davies
  • Length: 21 hrs
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (22 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

To save the world, first you have to survive it.

The battle for freedom has left Emaneska reeling and desolated. Both Scalussen and Arka are scattered to the winds. With the Blazing Throne now empty and the Arka Empire for the taking, the race to claim Emaneska has begun.

Farden and Mithrid have been stranded alone in strange eastern lands by errant magick. They battle not to return home, but to uncover an ancient weapon capable of defeating a god. A god who desires nothing but chaos.

In Emaneska, the survivors of the Rogue’s Armada search for safer havens, something rare and lacking in the uncharted waters of the south.

Treachery and pain await them both, but the price of failure is steeper. New enemies lie in wait on those foreign paths. Dark creatures born of nightmares and forgotten powers. Warlords set on mastering magick. And an old threat reborn, doggedly pursuing one fate: the death of Farden.

©2021 Ben Galley (P)2021 Podium Audio

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Good story

Narrator is good overall but seriously needs to stop using the same grating and gravelly voices for the dragons and villains. It would be better to use closer to normal voices and save the grating for specific scenes instead. Takes me out of the story and since he uses it frequently it becomes distracting.

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