In this podiobook: Garum and Vayin are "duals," twins trapped in each other's minds and bodies, sharing one life. When a deranged wizard hunts them, whom can they turn to? Their mentor? The city guard Vayin loves? The Wizards' Guild? In a world that hates duals, anyone could be their enemy, and one misstep could get them killed."Children of Rhatlan is a unique romp through an original world that not only entertained me, but made me think as well. I can think of no higher praise for a fantasy novel."-Steve Lazarowitz, author of Alaric Swifthand"There were enough twists and turns to keep me riveted until the last lines. Children of Rhatlan is a winner!" -Jonathan Lambert, Millennium Science Fiction and Fantasy"Magic, treachery, valor, prejudice-Fesmire builds a world sword and sorcery fans will welcome and adventure fans will want to explore fully." -Lisa DuMond, SF Site and MEviews
Chapter 33: Banaib - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: Garum and Vayin return home.
Chapter 32: Sword and Staff - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: The duals learn the meaning of power, pain, and battle.
Chapter 31: The Day Comes - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: Ren tells the duals that it's time to carry out the plan. Is this good news, or bad?
Chapter 30: Rhatlan in the Field - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: Was it just a dream, or a divine gift?
Chapter 29: Garum's Prayer - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: Garum turns to the forsaken god.
Chapter 28: A Harsh Return - Children of Rhatlan
-In this episode: How Elir came back into Vayin's life.
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A great story take you to another world and "Children of Rhatlan" will do just that. I love the new twist of "Duals" two in one and only always one but always two!
The recording has a slight reverb. The Author does well reading and creating different voices. The worst part is the lead music (HATE IT) to each chapter. Still it's a must read if you like fantasy.
thank u 5 stars
please keep reading
dont do it
I couldn't finish this podcast if my life depended on it. I was able to get through the first 3 chapters but it was to painfull.