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The Magic of Recluce [Dramatized Adaptation]
- The Saga of Recluce 1
- Narrated by: Amanda Forstrom, Andy Brownstein, Andy Clemence, Bradley Smith, Carolyn Kashner, Chris Genebach, Chris Stinson, Colleen Delany, David Jourdan, Dylan Lynch, Elizabeth Jernigan, Eric Messner, Evan Casey, Jacob Yeh, full cast
- Series: Saga of Recluce, Book 1, Dramatized Adaptation
- Length: 13 hrs and 4 mins
- Categories: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy
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L.E. Modesitt Jr.'s The Magic of Recluce begins his best-selling fantasy series the Saga of Recluce, which is one of the most popular in contemporary epic fantasy.
Young Lerris yearns to find a place in the world better suited to his skills and temperament. In Recluce, this means taking one of two options: permanent exile from Recluce or the dangergeld, a complex, rule-laden wanderjahr in the lands beyond. Many do not survive.
Lerris chooses dangergeld.
Lerris will need magic in the lands beyond, where the power of the Chaos Wizards reigns unchecked, and he must learn to use his powers in an orderly way before his wanderjahr, or fall prey to Chaos.
Performed by: Amanda Forstrom, Andy Brownstein, Andy Clemence, Bradley Smith, Carolyn Kashner, Chris Genebach, Chris Stinson, Colleen Delany, David Jourdan, Dylan Lynch, Elizabeth Jernigan, Eric Messner, Evan Casey, Jacob Yeh, Jeff Allin, Jessica Lauren Ball, Jonathan Feuer, Ken Jackson, Lise Bruneau, Marni Penning, Matthew Bassett, Michael Glenn, Michael John Casey, Mort Shelby, Nanette Savard, Nora Achrati, Peter Holdway, Richard Rohan, Rose Elizabeth Supan, Scott McCormick, Steven Carpenter, Terence Aselford Thomas Keegan, and Tim Getman
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This dramatized adaptation works better than any 'straight' reading because the book itself includes written "sounds" (e.g. "clip clop") which can be awkward when reading straight from the book but flow easily here, as they could just include the sound of hooves or whinnies etc.. It's really well done, the narration and voice acting are great. A delight from beginning to end.
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Great Story and Performance
The story by itself is already really well told and written but the performance makes it come alive. I can't wait to listen to the rest of them and hope that they adapt the remainder of the series as well.