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Publisher's Summary

Heir of Novron contains Wintertide and Percepliquis, books 5 and 6 of Riyria Revelations.  

The New Empire intends to celebrate its victory over the Nationalists with a day that will never be forgotten. On the high holiday of Wintertide, the empress will be married. Degan Gaunt and the Witch of Melengar will be publicly executed. Then the empress will suffer a fatal accident leaving the empire in the hands of the new emperor. It will be a perfect day. There is only one problem - Royce and Hadrian have finally found the lost heir.  

It all comes down to this.... The elves have crossed the nidwalden. Two thieves will decide the future.

"I saw a great journey. Ten upon the road, she who wears the light will lead the way. The road goes deep into the earth, and into despair. The voices of the dead guide your steps. You walk back in time. The three-thousand-year battle begins again. Cold grips the world, death comes to all, and a choice is before you." (Fan Irlanu, Tenkin Seerer of Oudorro Village)

Percepliquis is the final installment of the epic fantasy, The Riyria Revelations. In this saga that began with The Crown Conspiracy, two thieves caught in the wrong place at the right time were launched on a series of ever escalating adventures that have all led to this moment. Three thousand years have passed and the time for Novron's heir to act has arrived.  

Performed by Bradley Foster Smith, Laura C. Harris, Chris Genebach, Carolyn Kashner, Henry Kramer, Nick DePinto, Danny Gavigan, Andy Clemence, Martin Dickinson, Chris Stinson, Richard Rohan, Matthew Bassett, Michael Glenn, Triya Leong, Amanda Forstrom, Terence Aselford, Dylan Lynch, Kimberly Gilbert, Jeff Baker, Matthew Aldwin McGee, Hannah Curtis, Andy Brownstein, Holly Adams, Christopher Williams, Jefferson A. Russell, Rayner Gabriel, Duyen Washington, Elliot Dash, Peter Holdway, Michael John Casey, Shanta Parasuraman, Chris Davenport, Jason Keller, Rob McFadyen, John Kielty, Yasmin Tuazon, Ian Russell, Kay Elúvian, Robb Moreira, Eric Messner, Christopher Walker, Colleen Delany, Nanette Savard, and Stephon Walker.

©2010 Michael J. Sullivan (P)2021 Graphic Audio

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Don’t buy the dramatized version

The narration on this version is awful and distracting. The main narrator sounds like a robot and the voice actors are overdoing it. It’s a really good series don’t ruin it with this version of the story

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wow just wow

I loved it . the characters are all amazing . what a great story . give it a try

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Wasn't sure at first

I am a huge Ryira fan and even tho I wasnt sure about this at first, I absolutely love it. Tim Gerard Reynolds did an absolute amazing job at giving all the characters different voices in his narrations of the non dramatized versions and I wanted to not like these dramatized versions bc I didn't think they could live up to the narration or love that Tim gives these stories. I was wrong. The dramatized versions take a minute to get used to but you will quickly fall into the story and it really does feel like a movie in your mind. I've listened to the Ryira series 3 times now and this version had me crying at the end of it bc the actors just gave it their all. Give it a chance.

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Narrador sound like a robot.

I think they mixed up Royce and Hadrian voices
The narrator also talk to much.

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  • Allysbooks
  • 03-08-22

I don't usually write reviews but,Great series 👏

really enjoyed this series, this being the final collection. now need to find something else to listen too, these will be difficult to follow

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  • 01-27-22

Please, change the sample

After having listened to the dramatized adaption of legends of the first empire, which was completely wonderful, I'm returning here to change my rating from a 1 to 3 (I haven't listened to more than the first 5 minutes, I returned it and went with Tim Gerard Reynolds the first time).


The sample is very captivating and gives a good first impression. But a few hours into listening it becomes apparent that sample spoils book 5 enough to sap the tension that would've otherwise been masterful.