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Black Crowns [Dramatized Adaptation]
- The Black River Irregulars, Book 2
- Lu par : full cast, Terence Aselford, Alejandro Ruiz, Scott McCormick, Bradley Smith, Joy Jones, Yasmin Tuazon, Zeke Alton, Nick DePinto, Jason B. McIntosh, Karen Novak, Evan Casey
- Série : Black River Irregulars, Volume 2, Dramatized Adaptation
- Durée : 5 h et 31 min
- Enregistrement original Livre audio
- Catégories : Littérature, romans et fiction, Action et aventure
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It’s good to get out of the city
The Black River Irregulars has made a name for itself as a mercenary company that gets things done regardless of the risk. They know the streets of Corvis, the City of Ghosts, better than anyone. But they aren’t in Corvis anymore.
When the Black River Irregulars take on a job in the war-torn nation of Llael, they quickly get in over their heads. What begins as a simple search for an antique book becomes a fight for their lives when the Nightmare Empire of Cryx sends its own agents to seize the book.
Amid this chase the BRI is also forced to deal with a specter from their past, to evade the Northern Crusade, and to uncover the dark latent power within a trio of ancient Umbrean crowns. How they handle what should have been a simple job threatens their very souls.
Performed by Terence Aselford, Alejandro Ruiz, Scott McCormick, Bradley Smith, Joy Jones, Yasmin Tuazon, Zeke Alton, Nick DePinto, Jason B McIntosh, Karen Novak, Evan Casey, Richard Rohan, Andy Clemence, Ryan Carlo Dalusung, Robbie Gay, Nanette Savard, Michael Glenn, Chris Davenport, Matthew McGee, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Mort Shelby, Ken Jackson, David Harris, Sasha Olinick, Eric Messner, Jonathan Feuer, Stephon Walker, Michael John Casey, Drew Kopas.
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piss poor acting!!!
the main character the most important character was played by an actress in loose terms who sounded like a second grade teacher reading lines in front her students.
the pog goblin was equally bad, he read like a elmo reject from sesame street. I was waiting for him to give me the letter of the day