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Twinborn Chronicles: War of 3 Worlds

Auteur(s): J.S. Morin
Narrateur(s): Mikael Naramore
Durée: 44 h et 16 min
5 out of 5 stars (30 évaluations)

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Description

Humanity needs a savior. But a rivalry between two tinkers threatens to destroy the world they're trying to free.

Cadmus Errol is the greatest inventor that Tellurak has ever known. His clockwork graces the spires of cities across the world. Yet in another, darker world, he lives the life of a slave. There, humanity is held underfoot, bound in service to the victors of a war fought untold generations ago. It will take all the wits and resources of the best that humanity can muster to break that hold. Can Cadmus Errol, the Mad Tinker, be the one to free them all? Or will his daughter take a shortcut through dangerous science to wipe out humanities oppressors?

The Twinborn Chronicles: War of 3 Worlds is an epic fantasy series with multiple point of view characters. If you love steampunk gadgetry, heroes who get their hands dirty, and a DIY heroine, this series is for you!

Pick up your copy of the second full collection, and discover an ally you never knew you had.

©2015 J S MORIN (P)2017 J S MORIN

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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Very good book

I was happy to see that there were a lot of books which occupied my transit time for a couple months. Thanks!

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars

not as good as the Frist set of books

The Frist book In this series is the worst one off all the books. it picks up after that. There are few and far between good character compared to the Frist set of books which I must admit I loved. a few of the old characters show up in this set of books which made it enjoyable without those characters from the Frist books I wouldn't have finished it.

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Histoire
    4 out of 5 stars

Great world, good story, terrible protagonists.

A good continuation of the first trilogy, well written and performed. However I spent a large portion of it just hoping the main characters would change their ways or be killed off.

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    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Ray Johnson
  • 2018-03-01

Gt ready for a crazy ride

War of 3 Worlds is a trilogy that runs close to 45 hours of listening time, so you are getting your money's worth to start off with, and you will find it to be well worth the time that yu put into it. I will start out warning you that this is a sprawling read. It covers three different worlds, and has a massive cast of characters that would make George R.R. Martin proud. It is filled with all kinds of goodies including tinkerers (made me think of the gnomes in Dragonlance, but withot all the DOOF!), steampunk, warriors, worlds, and more. It seems that this is a collection of books 4-7, so I will now be looking for books 1-3!!

Ok, let the praise begin. Morin has a nice style that keeps your attention, believe me, the dialogue is real, the characters utterly believable, and the plot is perfectly paced. You never have a question as to what is going on or who is speaking, and let me tell you the twists and turns are so abundant you will wnt some dramamine on hand. There is a lot of stuff you will not see coming, and then say you should have. I also appreciate a writer who isn't afraid of a little blood and gore. That being said, some indelicate types might find it a little off-putting. Still, I loved it.

Mikael Naramore brings some Babe Ruth level vocal talant to the team, he is easy to listen to, and in a book with a massive cast of characters he brings each one to life. The man can set a mood with just a slight shift in his voice, and can make the action go harder and faster with a shift in inflection. Bravo!

This is a great set of books, and it makes me eager to see how the whole thing started.

Get it, read it, love it.

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  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
  • John Canuette
  • 2018-11-23

good read but not as good as the first three...

I like the series over all just wanna make that point. But the characters in this portion of the series were much less likeable and the book seemed all over the map...

3 personnes sur 3 ont trouvé cette évaluation pertinente

  • Au global
    3 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
  • Timothy Riedy
  • 2019-04-18

Not as good as the black ocean series.

I loved the the black ocean series and assumed since this series had the same author and narrator, I would enjoy this enough to finish it. The narrator used too many of the same voices from the mobius, which is understandable but I could not keep from mixing them up.

I got to half way into the 2nd book and was so bored I stopped. I didn't like the father and daughter "main characters" from ether world and so I stopped caring what happened to them. one character gets injured and I honestly did not care at all. I think they are suppose to be "grey area" good guys but are not done well and come off as just annoying jerks.

I will likely finish it one day but I need to cleanse my palette before attempting.

2 personnes sur 2 ont trouvé cette évaluation pertinente

  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Carnage2332
  • 2018-04-18

Wide Array of Voices and Destinations

Given the name of the series you should expect a decent amount of hopping between different locations, and just like the first trilogy this one does not disappoint. the story is complex and has obviously been crafted with attention to details, both from it's own narrative and the ones that came before. I found myself enthralled by many of the side characters that presented unknowns throughout the tale. Great series!

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
  • Woodhunter
  • 2018-04-13

good story

Would you consider the audio edition of Twinborn Chronicles to be better than the print version?

good job on the overall but go a little to predictable the last couple of chapters after having read the other series.

1 personnes sur 1 ont trouvé cette évaluation pertinente

  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • Eddie D. Moore
  • 2018-03-21

Steam Punk Meets Fantasy

A wonderful blend of steam punk and fantasy. It is clear that the stage is set to add SF to the mix in the next book. I will look forward to it’s release!

3 personnes sur 4 ont trouvé cette évaluation pertinente

  • Au global
    2 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
  • Jron
  • 2018-08-09

Full of Unlikable Characters

If you are looking for a series full of characters that are not even remotely likable then this series is for you. Every character is extremely selfish; I think the main characters spent more time focusing on how to betray allies then fighting their enemies. Only the worst characters from Twinborn Chronicles play a major role in this series. The ending is pointless full of illogical betrayals that made no sense other than to create conflict. It seems like the author got bored and decided to just end the series by killing everyone. This series ending was a huge letdown.

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  • Au global
    3 out of 5 stars
  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 2019-08-08

way worse than the first books,

I hate the protagonist of this book so much it us crazy. here notices are stupid and she is a stuck up bitch

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
  • Andrew
  • 2019-08-08

Great author/narrator, bad main character.

The main character is like a 15 year old girl that is pig headed, egotistical, blind to everyone around her, and unemotional about anything that is not herself.

She acts like she is doing everything for humanity but really only cares about herself and gets friends and family killed left and right like they are just pawns and she shows no remorse. The only sympathy I could find with her is she was a slave for 24 hours.

I never wanted a author to kill off their main character until this book. Which never happens.

In the end this stubborn child become the all powerful and never looks back at all the lives she destroyed. There were other crazy murdering kids in the story but they were like able.

  • Au global
    1 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
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    1 out of 5 stars
  • Stephanie
  • 2019-08-08

Cheered for the bad guys the whole time.

I cheered for the villains not because they were well written, but because I hated the hero/heroine. The hero/heroine should have killed them off early and decent characters written instead. The MC is irritating and a hypocrite. She kills her own troops because she felt inadequate and threatened. Characters from the first trilogy that make a return are completely different from their initial iteration. The first trilogy spent so much time preaching against a might makes right peace maker and ends celebrating the character that does just that simply because it's a girl this time. Major plot holes exist just to solve a problem later. A cannon proofs into existence 3 train cars long when the rebels are scrounging for food and have no where to create such a thing nor a way to feasibly attach it to their ship. Recoil an issue? Levitate it! Oh wait, that doesn't solve the issue it makes it worse since it makes the guns/canon weightless. The force would rip the cannon off the side of the ship even if the ship is held in place by runes. Magic solutions don't bother me, what bothers me is when a magic system doesn't follow its own rules. This author likened himself to Brandon Sanderson and should be ashamed to even consider saying that out loud. I thought the story might go somewhere clever, but it ended with our "heroine " holding 3 worlds hostage (on a bluff) so she gets her way with no consequences. None of her minions call her on any of this and her enemies all cower without ever trying to knock her off. Don't waste your time with this jumble of logical mistakes and plot holes.