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Duel of Fire
Duel of Fire
Duel of Fire
Audiobook9 hours

Duel of Fire

Written by Jordan Rivet

Narrated by Caitlin Kelly

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

Dara Ruminor is a serious young duelist in the mountaintop kingdom of Vertigon, a land of dramatic cliffs and misty peaks where mysterious Fire magic runs through the stones like blood. The secluded kingdom has been peaceful for a hundred years. Swords are used for sport, and successful athletes live like kings as long as the crowds love them.

Eighteen-year-old Dara needs to find a wealthy patron in order to duel professionally and avoid a lifetime working in her parents' Fire Lantern shop. Her efforts are disrupted when her coach asks her to train with Prince Siv, an infuriating-if handsome-young man who refuses to take the sport as seriously as she does. But the prince's life may be in danger, and soon Dara will discover that Vertigon isn't as peaceful as she thought.

As threats emerge from the shadows, Dara will have to raise her sword to protect Siv-if he doesn't irritate her so much that she decides to run him through herself.
PublisherTantor Audio
Release dateOct 11, 2016
Duel of Fire

Jordan Rivet

Jordan Rivet is the author of the Seabound Chronicles, a post-apocalyptic adventure series set at sea. She is from Arizona and lives in Hong Kong.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    This was a really enjoyable book, so many really great characters, and an intriguing story from the very first word to the very last and a great narrator to bring the characters to life. If you want a story featuring strong female characters and for once decent guys to back them up, then i highly recommend this book series.
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
    These are really great books, but the narrator is terrible to listen to.