The Traitor Queen
Relieved that Lorkin is coming home, Sonea prepares to meet with the traitors on behalf of the Guild. Then bad news arrives: the Sachakan king has imprisoned her son. Worse, the Rogue continues to elude capture and knows only one obstacle lies between him and his ambition to rule... read full description below.
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Relieved that Lorkin is coming home, Sonea prepares to meet with the traitors on behalf of the Guild. Then bad news arrives: the Sachakan king has imprisoned her son. Worse, the Rogue continues to elude capture and knows only one obstacle lies between him and his ambition to rule the underworld: Cery. Forced into hiding, protected by Lilia, Cery must wait for the Guild to find his enemy. And as Lorkin is pressed to betray the Traitors, he must decide where his loyalties lie, for whatever choice he makes will require a great sacrifice.
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||Richard Aspel maintains the listener's engagement throughout this long conclusion to the Traitor Spy Trilogy. He sets a steady pace and makes judicious use of pauses to keep the narrative moving forward and the dialogue energized. Aspel presents the parallel plotlines in the straightforward style of a narrator who is interested in the events he recounts and has a fondness for the main characters. He carries this through even to the glossary, which would be of more value to listeners if it were also available online. Jumping in at the conclusion of this complex tale, which continues the adventures of characters created in the Black Magician Trilogy, is not recommended. -- AudioFile Magazine
Trudi Canavan has been making up stories about people and places that don't exist for as long as she can remember. Her first short story received an Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Short Story in 1999. When she recovered from the surprise, she went on to finish the fantasy novel-that-became-three, the bestselling Black Magician Trilogy. She lives in Melbourne, Australia. Richard Aspel is a talented narrator of children's and adult audiobooks. He trained and worked in London, before returning to Australia where he has worked extensively in television, theatre and radio. His television credits include Neighbours and Carson's Law, and he provided various voices for The Silver Brumby animated series. Richard was nominated for the prestigious Audie Award (US) for his narration of The Mark of the Angel by Nancy Huston.