Redemptor: Raybearer, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The hotly anticipated epic and phenomenal West-African inspired finale to the New York Times best-selling fantasy Raybearer.
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For the first time, an Empress Redemptor sits on Aritsar's throne. To appease the sinister spirits of the dead, Tarisai must now anoint a council of her own, coming into her full power as a Raybearer. She must then descend into the Underworld, a sacrifice to end all future atrocities.
Tarisai is determined to survive. Or at least, that's what she tells her increasingly distant circle of friends. Months into her shaky reign as empress, child spirits haunt her, demanding that she pay for past sins of the empire.
With the lives of her loved ones on the line, assassination attempts from unknown quarters, and a handsome new stranger she can't quite trust, Tarisai fears the pressure may consume her.
In this finale to the Raybearer duology, Tarisai must learn whether to die for justice...or to live for it.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 15 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||17 August 2021|
|Publisher||Hot Key Books|
|Best Sellers Rank||
21,978 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
31 in Multicultural Fiction for Teens
125 in Contemporary Fantasy for Young Adults
235 in Epic Fantasy for Young Adults
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I love how, even though she is strong enough to do it on her own - and oh boy, does she try - she is not too proud to finally ask for help.
And Dayo is asexual! I suspected in the Raybearer but I didn't want to get ahead of myself in case Jordan Ifueko makes it a phase in his teenage years. I am glad to see a character like that and I hope it is a good representation (not being one myself I find it difficult to ascertain).
The only thing I have a problem with is the ending. It's a spoiler so if you haven't read it yet, feel free to stop reading, this is the last part of my review.
When she made all the rest of Raybearers not only of Kunleo bloodline and having to be worthy, I think that was a mistake. Because if they are not worthy, the Ray could be taken away from them at any moment? I mean, imagine how exhausting it must be, to be worthy at every moment of every day for the rest of your life just to keep the Ray. Honestly, it doesn't seem worth it to me.