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Author: Evie Manieri Narrator: Bianca Amato Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Shattered Kingdoms Trilogy Release Date: February 2019 ISBN: 9781501911453
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.The conclusion of the epic fantasy Shattered Kingdoms series where rebellion and betrayal threaten to tear apart Shadar She was tainted. Once known as the Mongrel, Lahlil only had one purpose: to reap blood and carnage for those who paid the right price. And though the ravages of past wars haunted her every waking moment, when the Shadari called upon Lahlil to lead the rebellion against Norlanders-telepathic and bloodthirsty invaders who conquered their lands and enslaved their people to the mines-she delivered. Then she ran. Now, Lahlil must return to Shadar to save the person she loves the most and rebuild. What she finds first is a kingdom that has devolved to political discord and an old enemy's ships sailing just beyond the horizon. Strife's Bane pushes a grand cast of familiar characters to the brink of ruin as the conclusion to Evie Manieri's Shattered Kingdom series. With Manieri's unique blend of magic, blood, and dramatic tension, the stakes have never been so high. Download and start listening now!

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About the Author

Evie Manieri is the author of Blood’s Pride. She has a degree in medieval history and theatre from Wesleyan University and lives with her daughter in New York City.

About the Narrator

Bianca Amato, winner of numerous Earphones Awards and the Audie Award for best narration, is an actress born and raised in South Africa. Trained at the University of Cape Town’s Drama school, she went on to work in theater and television in South Africa before moving to New York in 2002.