• Runes of Truth

  • A Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy
  • By: G. Bailey
  • Narrated by: full cast
  • Length: 4 hrs and 31 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (76 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

What happens when your rumored name destroys your life? When the very runes engraved on your skin since birth are a death sentence? 

Evie doesn't remember a life before she was on the streets, a life before thieving to live and killing to stay alive. When a royal family she didn't know anything about goes missing, Evie finds herself thrown into the royal court of the protectors, and they demand her help. Help in exchange for a chance at freedom and the name that's haunted her, forgotten. A name she can’t even read, a name she doesn’t understand. 

But with three Royal protectors tasked with helping her, her demon ex, who is literally from hell, stalking her...will Evie ever be free?

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  • Paul Lloyd
  • 02-13-20

More than just a chick-lit

Evie is a character I found I could admire, despite her obvious over-active glands. There's a good mystery involved with her origins, that is only partially revealed by story's ending - a good strategy to get the next book in the series. I found the narrators to be good, although more distinction between the male voices would help. A couple of things I found less than good which made me downgrade the book:
1. The rushed ending. A lot happens in the last 5-10 mins without much explanation. For example, the male characters are left to die but all we are told is that they slipped their bonds - it's a bit weak to my mind. Also, they rescue Evie's ward, again without explanation, from a well guarded confinement. Another 30 mins prose would have helped here, I think.
2. Fairly liberal use of the "f" word. There are a host of good stories out there that don't resort to "spicing" the dialogue up with this crudity. I don't believe this story would be any the less without this word.
Despite these and similar misgivings, I will be getting the next book in the series.

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  • Rachel Mackenzie
  • 01-16-21

Love this book

I just love the depth of the characters and world building in this series. Brilliant first book for a series

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  • Felicity
  • 11-07-20

AMAZING

This was an awesome audiobook! At the start, I wasn't sure if it would be as awesome as some other books by G Bailey, but I really shouldn't have been worried because it was awesome. I've been looking at this book and considering buying it for a while so I finally decided to try it out and I am so glad I did because it was awesome. I don't know if it is different now, but when it says who narrates the story, mine just said full cast and I still don't know what they mean but from what I thought, it definitely isn't that. The narration is mainly one female narrator with two chapters that are two different male narrators for each male character, but other than that, there is no duet narration or other narrators present in the audiobook. Having said that, the narration is still amazing and the book, in general, is just awesome. I am so tempted to get the next book to listen to. If you usually like G Bailey's books and think you might like this one then I would definitely recommend this one because I loved it and think you might too. Enjoy!