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Hearthglen

Binding Words, Book 3
Auteur(s): Daniel Schinhofen
Narrateur(s): Andrea Parsneau
Série: Binding Words, Livre 3
Durée: 12 h et 23 min
5 out of 5 stars (9 évaluations)

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Description

Having accepted the love of both Myna Mooncaller and Fiona Mithrilsoul, Sean discovered happiness he hadn’t ever thought he would know, and began to acknowledge how different this society was from his old world. 

Everywhere they went, they ran into trouble. First had been bandits, which actually proved to be fortuitous, with Ryann Cullin entering Sean’s service after that attack. The sudden harsh blizzard had been the worst trial they had to endure. Cold that even Sean couldn’t withstand had nearly stopped them in their tracks, but they managed to reach Flento. 

Once the storm had passed, they were finally on their way to Hearthglen. Sean was hoping to use the city to settle down and learn more about what he could do. However, that would require finding a way to make a living, which meant Sean would have to make a name for himself. That was always something he hadn’t wanted to do; it might earn him some friends, but the enemies he would certainly make might very well be his undoing. 

(This work contains adult situations that some might find offensive, the least of which is graphic sex. This book is about an Overpowered MC, and contains a harem. You’ve been warned.)

©2019 Daniel James Schinhofen (P)2019 Daniel James Schinhofen

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  • Au global
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  • Otis Coley
  • 2019-10-31

Next book please

Hearthglen picks up where Life Bonds left off and is a good continuation of the story. Sean is still clueless when it comes to women but is picking up skills left and right. I really enjoyed this book and am ready for book number 4. Andrea was great as always. She is one of the best narrators out there

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  • Winston Smith
  • 2019-10-26

Good book. Great performance

This is a good book and good addition to the series. Loved the book, but it needed 2 more chapters. The poor ending in addition to the fact the author has written 4 other books while leaving this waiting really puts a damper on this otherwise great book. This book ends as if you were having a conversation with someone and they stopped talking mid sentence and walked away. It isn't even a cliffhanger, just a hard stop.

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  • brian t
  • 2019-11-02

My favorite series now

I have read many different series, from many different authors, and they all have greatness in one way or another. This one has taken center stage for me. Just the right combinations of MC power use, adult theme, story, and variety. I'm almost sad finishing this installment knowing I have to wait for the story to continue.

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  • Marcopolo
  • 2019-10-28

Excellent! A Great Addition to a Excellent Series!

I really enjoyed Hearthglen. The characters grew and their growth was evident. It was an excellent progression in the storyline and of course left me wanting more. Andrea Parsneau is as always excellent in her narration and greatly enhanced the story playing in my mind. If you like this series you will love this book!

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  • Dakota Murphy George
  • 2019-10-27

Damn good book

Loved every bit of it and I can not wait to see the next one to hit Audible.

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  • Matthew
  • 2019-10-24

Phenomenally good!

I loved this book and didn't want it to end. I loved the crafting and family/character development in this book. I cannot wait for the next one!!!!

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  • Barry
  • 2019-10-24

refreshing

This Book is pretty good.
I didn't like book 2 because the MC was complaining about how this new world Is different from his old one.
but this book is a very good slice of life story
i like the character motivations, I like how the story progresses and the Narrator did an amazing job.

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  • Renegadescribe
  • 2019-10-26

Excellent performance and a fun read but....

I always enjoy reading Daniel's books and have been waiting for this one to come out on Audible for a while. Suffice it to say I was thrilled to see it finally appear. As always, the choice of Andrea as the narrator was sublime. She is one of my favorite narrators out there in all honesty.

The story itself was a great continuation from the previous books and was a logical progression in where we need to see Sean and Co settle somewhere and build a life. I loved the crafting bits and him setting up shop in the new city.

For things that were not so fun: The constant internal dialogs from the MC about his relationships. While he did grow in trying to get past his hangups, it felt like we had covered the same ground from book 2 with him getting closer to Mina. I can understand it is a personality trait of his but I sure hope in the fourth book we will see less of this since it is starting to sound repetitive and exasperating.

A comment on where the book ended. I know to have a cliffhanger ending is something authors like to do to encourage readers to come back, but this was a bit much. It made me feel as if this were part of a much larger novel that was cut in two. I would have liked to have seen the aftermath of the incident but it looks like we will need to wait for BW4 to do so, and longer for the next audiobook to come out. Disappointing but it will not detract from me to purchase the next book.

Overall, I enjoyed listening to the book immensely and would still recommend the series but I would temper it by mentioning the rather abrupt ending so as not to jar the reader I would recommend the book to.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-11-03

big fat pile of nothing

Good part: narration was top notch, Adriana continues to be my favorite female reader
Bad part: this book was 8 hours of nuttin goin on. You could summarize this entire book in a one page synopsis and skip to the next in the series and not miss anything. Let me give you the cliff notes, (spoiler alert) MC moves to the city, befriend the working class Joes which pisses off the upper class dudes. They set off evil plans that includes not selling him gems and banning him from the public bathhouse.
The MC hires an apprentice who falls in love with him, hires a maid who falls in love with him, hires a shopkeeper...you get the idea. Throughout the MC is oblivious to the fact that every woman he talks to is in love with him.
They eat, they spar, and they go to the bar. Matter of fact, a good quarter of the book is just descriptions of various ales, meals and teas they eat. It's like the food channel sponsored a novel.
Anyways, the MC discovers that he can copy any spell or ability he sees, this leads him to do exactly nothing. After seeing a healer he figured out how to cast heal, which he does on his neighbor and then never does it again. At the end Ryan gets killed, he brings her back to life with the promise of life bonding/marrying her and the book ends.
There, now you know. Can we please get back to the quality of the first book now?

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-02-09

A solid sequel

I f'kin hate bullies. I love how that's a thing in this series. It's a good thing to be reminded that cooperation is possible and great things can happen when friends get together.