Glint Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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The TikTok fantasy sensation that's sold over half a million copies, perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas and Jennifer L. Armentrout.
'I hope you burn so bright that you scorch your Golden King down to ash.'
After 10 years, I have left the grips of one king only to fall into the hands of another.
I have fought the terrifying Red Raid Pirates, endured the murder of those I care about and survived the frozen planes of Orea, only to find myself a prisoner of the army of Fourth Kingdom.
Leading the army is Commander Rip, a notorious warrior whose name is whispered in taverns and street corners all over the six kingdoms.
But as I get to know him, I realise that the tales of his brutality aren't true.
He is something else. He is fae.
Part of the powerful and magical people who are said to have abandoned this world entirely 300 years ago.
But here one stands before me. And when he turns his onyx eyes upon me, I fall captive.
For an entirely different reason.
As his army marches towards a battle with the king I once adored, I must decide.
Midas or Rip.
Loyalty or freedom.
In this game of war and love, it's my turn to choose.
Releases 28 July 2022
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|Audible.com.au Release Date||28 July 2022|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 24,470 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
259 in Historical Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
344 in Fantasy Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
375 in Dark Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
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I loved Auren’s journey in this book. I got major ACOTAR & FBAA vibes from this book & I am all for it! Seeing Auren stand up for herself & figure out who she is and what Midas has done to her these past 10 years was SO GOOD!
Commander Rip is dreamy. I love his dark & brooding nature and how he baits Auren constantly to make her better herself.
His Wrath are such a great group of side characters & I cannot wait to see the relationship grow with them. Again, serious ACOTAR vibes there and it was done so well.
Getting chapters from other characters in this book was great & I really enjoyed seeing more of Queen Malina, she’s going to be a lot of fun in the next books I feel.
So I thought I guessed the plot twist, then it was oh nope I got that SO wrong but nooo then Raven goes and does it like THAT & I’m trying to figure out wtf just happened!
If you need me I’ll be reading book 3!
If you are looking for a great book, then look no further. Check out the first book, you won’t regret it.
The positives though about Glint is that I feel like the main character, Auren, has gotten way more likeable and there is definitely characters I now like, whereas the first book there was no one at all that was likeable. Also loved the switching of POV’s. Also the ending was great as well, I wouldn’t say it was predicted, but it wasn’t exactly a shock if that makes sense, but still good nevertheless!
Also I’ve said this about Gild, but I genuinely really do like Raven Kennedy’s writing, I just wish there was more plot is all.
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I hope book 3 comes out soon because I'm DESPERATE for answers!
The Fourth army keep treating her well though, she even feels like she’s built a sort of camaraderie with some of the soldiers - something she can’t claim about the other royal saddles. No matter how much she tries to help or befriend them, they have nothing but hatred and contempt for her.
And then there’s Rip. He constantly makes her question her life with Midas, and underneath it all makes her feel something for him that she’s not ready to acknowledge.
Will King Ravinger give her back to Midas? Or will he start a war starring Auren as collateral damage?
I was so torn over my feelings for Auren in this one! She is so so soooo naive, to the point that I just wanted to shake her and scream in her face! But in a way I understand it. She’s been with Midas since she was 15. She doesn’t know any different and he is the first person that was kind to her. That looked after her.
We get a few chapters from Queen Malina’s POV and one from Midas’ in this book. At first I sympathised with Malina but honestly she’s just another privileged, entitled, snobby, miserable, manipulative monarch.
I absolutely loved the members of the Fourth that we got to know. Their bond and loyalty was wonderful and unwavering. They treated Auren like an equal, not a prisoner, even tried to help her and train her.
I did guess Auren’s big secret but I did NOT see the twist at the end coming!
Book 3, here I come!
A brilliant story of a timid soul finding her strength and breaking her gilded cage. A vivid story and world building, but twisty. Unable to truly discern enemy from frenemy from friend. Story moved seamlessly from character to character, from chapter to chapter angst and plot twists keeps building. The book ensnares you and keeps you captive. And I am rushing to read book 3 as it leaves you right on the cusp. Thank goodness book 3 is available. Here's to finding it as alluring and captivative.
Book 4 better hurry up