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The Prophet of Panamindorah

Complete Trilogy
Lu par : Abigail Hilton
Série : The Prophet of Panamindorah, Volume 1-3
Durée : 15 h et 13 min
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The past is the key to the future.

Corry showed up at the orphanage two years ago, wearing strange clothes and speaking a language no one recognized. Corry can remember snippets of another life, but no matter how hard he tries to recall the details, it just keeps slipping away. Then one day, he meets a fauness in an orange grove. She's from a world called Panamindorah, and he can understand her language. In addition, Corry can read a language that no one in Panamindorah has been able to read for 300 years. Has he really been gone that long? Now he must recover his lost memories and rebuild his life, because the person who tried to kill him once is about to try again.

This download includes all 3 audiobooks in the The Prophet of Panamindorah series:

Book One: Fauns and Filinians

Book Two: Wolflings and Wizards

Book Three: Fire and Flood

©2008 Abigail Hilton (P)2008 Abigail Hilton

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One of the besr out of this world story beginning

Faons. and fantasy at its best, in a world of beauty and problems, wonderful addictive.

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  • It'sMeAgain
  • 01/09/2017

A Magical Read

The author has done it again! Ms Hilton has created a Wonderful World with a cast of Amazing and worthy characters. Magic, fantasy, intrigue, mystery and romance...this trilogy has it all! Who wouldn't love a story with talking cats!

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  • Sereundine
  • 17/03/2015

talking animals and magical creatures

I loved this story and am going to listen to it again. I sometimes wished for a list of characters, but I was mostly able to follow it. it might have been better served to have a cast like the author's previous fabulous work "The guild of the cowrie catchers", but I'm not complaining too much. This story is set on another continent of the same world, and has its own court intrigues, national alliances, and character development. Its not as sensitive a character study as TGotCC, but it is more layered and intricate than " Hunter's Unlucky". All three works are probably my favorite audible works to date. Sorry Tim Butcher & James Masters, you have been dethroned.

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  • Nancy E. Bailey
  • 02/08/2014

Prophet of Panamindorah Trilogy

Prophet of Panamindorah follows an amnesiac teen in foster care who finds a way into an alternate reality filled with complex characters with a rich history in a fully realized world. The plot moves quickly and involves shifting loyalties and allegiances. I found it necessary to listen to the story when I could give it my full attention because the number of characters and locations and ever-changing relationships required concentration to keep straight, but these only made the story better.

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  • Traeonna
  • 25/07/2014

Fantastic Read/Listen for Young Adults AND Adults

Would you listen to The Prophet of Panamindorah again? Why?

Yes, and I have, several times...and so has my son. Both my son and I first started listening to this series in 2009 on Podiobooks and have re-listened to this series a couple times a year when we run out of audio. Honestly, the story is just as exciting as the first time. We love this world that Abbie has created. I have 5-6 hours a day chained to my workstation where we are encouraged not to talk while we work, but encouraged to listen to our audio devices...so I have many hours to consume audio. I love a variety of genres, so when I came across this YA Fantasy, I decided to check it out since I was looking for things to share with my (then) 9 year old son. The universe is rich, the characters engaging, and the dark themes are well balanced with lighter moments. My son is now 13 and loves it even more. Recently I was able to obtain the Audible version and love it even more as there is nothing interrupting my story.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Prophet of Panamindorah?

Honestly, there are many as this world is so large and you don't realize it until you are in the middle of everything. I think the moments that I think of quickest are those where you suddenly realize how something fits together and the world, and the story, expands.

Have you listened to any of Abigail Hilton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This story was my first introduction to Abbie's fiction and found it on Podiobooks. Over time I have collected nearly all of her audio fiction and most of her paper/electronic fiction. I can say, I prefer full audio as it reminds me of old radio drama, but a good straight read is just as good. I can tell Abbie has gotten much better over the years, but I still love this first glimpse into the worlds of Abigail Hilton.

One thing I like about the author reading the story is that you hear names and words how the author imagined them. Sometimes when reading paper/electronic fiction, you say a name one way, but then later realized you had been pronouncing it wrong. Most people don't care, but sometimes a slight change in pronunciation makes things a bit different...the flavor of the world I suppose. With a story this long, one has to like the sound of the reader and Abbie’s voice is pleasant and easily understood.

I liked the musical scoring and sound effects as I felt they were appropriately placed and not overdone. It helps set the mood and does not detract from the story itself.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

There are many moments that moved me and unfortunately I cannot find a non-spoiling way to discuss them in a review. Needless to say, you will find yourself attached to a character or invested in a situation…you will cheer, you may cry, you will cycle through many emotions by the time the journey is done.

Any additional comments?

This story can be dark at times and very complex. There are a ton of characters, quite a lot of action, politics and intrigue, myth and magic, with a few time shifts thrown in. The world building is amazing and I love all the different species and cultures, the history and mythology. You almost feel that this is a real place by the time you reach the end. Due to the complex nature, listening to it more than once, you will find things you missed in the first listen, which makes it a fantastic candidate for a re-read.

If you are an adult listening/reading this, you should check out The Guild of the Cowry Catchers as there are references here that will enhance your overall experience in this wonderful world. There are also many short stories in this universe that you may also enjoy.

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  • Chris M.
  • 14/07/2014

An Introduction to Panamindorah

Where does The Prophet of Panamindorah rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This book was produced fairly well compared to other indie books I've listened to.

Any additional comments?

This story gives you a lot of background information about Panamindorah which the author has other stories that take place in. However I did find that this story seems to have a lot of sub plots, perhaps its due to all of the author not varying the characters at all, but I found it somewhat difficult to keep track of all the different plots.

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  • Tango
  • 20/08/2020

Terrible Narratiom

Abigail Hilton wrote an amazing story Hunters Unlucky which is also fabulously narrated on Audible. This one though no way. The characters are not engaging, way too much sadism and violence, and the story jumps around too much to follow. Combine that with really poor narration and technical issues and the reading experience is not good.

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  • Us
  • 19/02/2017

I am obsessed with this trilogy and all the others

I love this author and her stories. I listen and read ll the time. I cannot wait for her new material to be released!

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  • edie
  • 22/09/2014

Unique world of fantasy!

Where does The Prophet of Panamindorah rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

If you love fauns, pegasus, talking animals and all the wonderful mythical beasts in fantasy literature - get ready for something new! It's a wonderful world where they rule, and a young man falls into it and has to learn everything the hard way. Think Narnia as a young adult novel. My kids and I loved it and listened to it as a podcast first and now an audio book. Perfect for a teen who loves animals. The large animals are of human intellect and can talk. The world has politics and intrigue and mystery - it is a book the whole family can enjoy.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Prophet of Panamindorah?

Panamindorah is populated by beings that are half human and half animal. Hilton calls them shelts which are like fauns, but many more types... top half human and bottom half goat or half sheep or half wolf or deer or horse or fox. My kids loved this idea so much they were shelts for Halloween!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 03/08/2014

An extreme pleasure and treasure

If you could sum up The Prophet of Panamindorah in three words, what would they be?

Whimsical, engaging, and. Well thought ot

Who was your favorite character and why?

Sven

Which character – as performed by Abigail Hilton – was your favorite?

I love lesha and tolomy also Sven

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Fawns and magic

Any additional comments?

Such an engaging and mesmerizing story I listened to it over and over again . It is a soothing and entrancing story with word earful music to accompany it

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 31/07/2014

Barely put it down finished in 2 days

Would you consider the audio edition of The Prophet of Panamindorah to be better than the print version?

Haven't compared to the print version as I currently have more time to listen while driving or working. So listening has been more convenient.

What other book might you compare The Prophet of Panamindorah to and why?

The richness of the world races and characters and history leaves you looking for more. It reminds me of the complexity of Borderlands series by Terri Windling.

Have you listened to any of Abigail Hilton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Not Yet but Guild of the Cowry Catchers series has moved way up on my list to read.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Corry's internal conflict over his father.