Jahna and Lovern's clan lay in the Romans' path of destruction. The death of their people is a certainty, unless a bargain is made with the Gods, even if it means a human sacrifice. Will the trade the Druid Lovern, and his visionary wife, Jahna make with the Gods, save their family?
Two thousand years later, Aine MacRae is on their trail. She's a struggling archaeologist, on the verge of uncovering the village were Jahna and Lovern lived. The farm where her site is located is for sale! But for a ghostly visit, greed almost triumphs leaving the truth and ancient stories buried forever and a lost love be rekindled.
Aine discovers the reason why.
This is the last chapter of The Fox.
A ghost appears and Lovern is found.
Lovern brings a vision and Jahna joins him.
Lovern's gift to Jahna, Crisi and his people.
The days before.
Aine goes to London.
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This was an excellent story and I was highly impressed by it. I am loving my new found world of the podcast novels. Ms. Radasky's voice is very pleasant, however, I do have to say that the reading is a bit disjunct and is difficult to listen to at times. It is too bad as I feel that it took away from the experience of the story. I like to listen with ear buds, and there is a "tinny" quality to the sound at several points. With another style of headphone I am sure it isn't noticeable. I like how at the end of the chapters there are pieces of music as well. Aside from the technical aspect of this recording, the story is wonderful and very vivid. Lots of detail for for the picture!! Well done!
The reading never get's better
Love the plot. Very well written and good character development.
Hate the reading. Every word seems to be an exclamation - especially the dialog. It completely ruins the experience and is almost painful to listen to it. There is no tenderness in Ms. Radasky's reading - or she is tone-deaf. It also seems as if she were reading just random words, and not a properly punctuated book. Sentences start, then seem to stop, then go on again. It made me wonder if she was at all familiar with the story.
Ms. Radasky, please listen to your podcasts, and then listen to John Lenahan's Shadowmagic series - an excellent example of author-read literature.
WANTED: Someone who can read!
I forced myself to hear 6 of the 45minutes but just couldn't take it anymore! :-0 Extremely robotic/monotone voice with no emotion or emphasis in the correct places. Please get someone with an Irish or British accent (like me) to re-record and it will make better sense, since it's about the celts etc......sorry, but my 4yr old reads better! I just skipped forward to the last chapter...the reading improves :-)