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Publisher's Summary

A usurped prince prepares to take up the mantel of a deadly assassin and reclaim his kingdom, his people, and his slain gods in this epic fantasy from a USA Today bestselling author.

Cyrus was only twelve years old when his gods were slain, his country invaded, and his parents—the king and queen—beheaded in front of him. Held prisoner in the invader's court for years, Cyrus is suddenly given a chance to escape and claim his revenge when a mysterious group of revolutionaries comes looking for a figurehead. They need a hero to strike fear into the hearts of the imperial and to inspire and unite the people. They need someone to take up the skull mask and swords and to become the legendary "Vagrant"—an unparalleled hero and assassin of otherworldly skill. 

But all is not as it seems. Creating the illusion of a hero is the work of many, and Cyrus will soon discover the true price of his vengeance.

©2022 David Dalglish (P)2022 Orbit

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Woke...

Woke trash. Book is not what the cover promises. Every character is woke representation of some sort.

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lackluster narration

I enjoyed the story but the narrators read so slow
it's almost painful to listen to at times. the male narrator isn't so slow ( I only had to speed him up to 1.20) but the female narrator robs every scene of any intensity or action because she's reading one word every three seconds.

that being said this was a very enjoyable first installment and it's got me excited and curious about what come next

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Slowest narration I’ve heard

The book itself was OK, but the narrating was slow and monotone. I had to accelerate the listening speed just to bear it.

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Great Book but Imani isn’t right

I loved this book and Devante Johnson did great but I dreaded every time the female characters came up because Imani Parks could not voice the characters well at all. If they keep her maybe she won’t sound so monotone in the next book and actually convey emotion through her reading. Honestly I can’t wait for the next book this is my third series I’ve started by Dalglish and I’m ready for more, hopefully we won’t have to wait long.

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Horrible Narration

The story is ok, but not great. The narration is horrible. It literally sounds like people with a learning disability taking turns reading aloud in their Special Ed class. I feel retarded just for listening. Save your credit.

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surprisingly great

my Frist book from him but my god it's definitely worrth it and I can't wait for the next in the series