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Forest Kingdom Saga
Blood and Honor (1 of 2)

by Simon R. Green
May 1, 2010
5 Hours
978-1-59950-659-3
Ages 13+
King Malcom of the kingdom of Redhart is dead. The kingdom has been overrun by the forces of the Unreal. Statues live, corpses walk and nothing is as it seems. One of Malcom's three sons may assume the throne, but two will have to die. Jordan, the great actor, is hired to impersonate Prince Viktor, who is ill, but can't be seen in public as weak. Jordan's skills are great, but there is much he doesn't know about the prince and his ignorance could kill him if he doesn't acquire allies and learn the truth about life at Castle Midnight. He has to trust an insider and the castle Steward, Catriona Taggert, is his best hope for saving the kingdom from falling into the Unreal nightmare forever.
 

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, David Coyne andy Clemence, Richard Rohan, Elizabeth Jernigan, Nanette Savard, Michael John Casey, Katie Foster, Peter Stray, Eric Messner, James Konicek, Michael Glenn, Danny Gavigan, Scott McCormick, Christopher Graybill, Yasmin Tuazon, Tim Getman, Colleen Delany and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Dan Sondak
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry
Original Theme Music Dan Sondak
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler, Nathanial Perry and Dan Sondak
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

A detective story combined with the Prince and the Pauper and the Unreal Nightmare! by Patrick (Posted on 8/15/2018)
The second book in the series doesn't have very much in common with the first one. I think this is good because it leaves very few constraints on the story and it's quite imaginative.

In short the book is like a detective story combined with Mark Twains book The Prince and the Pauper - and lots of ghosts, monsters and the Unreal Nightmare...

I quite liked it and look forward to more books by the author.
truck driver by Francis (Posted on 4/17/2015)
very good book like it all the way to the end
Not perfect but I enjoyed it immensely by Mats (Posted on 9/14/2013)
The tale of "the Great" Jordan had me hooked from beginning to end. The story flows well and is unpredictable in a good way. The battles are exciting and yhe magic of the universe is interesting. Jordan is a well written character and you want him to succeed.

The only flaw i can think of is that the villians arent really fleshed out enough. They are still interesting, but i wished i knew more about them. Especially a certain monk.

I hope you guys enjoy this story as much as i did. Happy Listening!
creative performances will keep listeners glued by AudioFile Magazine (Posted on 8/20/2013)
The Unreal is alive and threatening the Kingdom of Redhart in the Forest Kingdom. Terence Aselford narrates this complex tale of a contest for the kingdom’s throne among three princes. A host of narrators performs this story of magic, sorcery, and revenge. The seamless performances are punctuated with gruesome sword fights, and creepy sound effects and “plinking” music provide bone-chilling ambiance for the bloody events. The creative performances will keep listeners glued to a tale filled with subtle humor, grisly bloodshed, and the vividly described competition among the brothers for the throne. M.B.K. © AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine
Review by Kyle Winchell (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Another great story by Mr.Green and the GA Team(or should I just say the A-Team). This story while set in the same world as Blue Moon Rising is not about the same people.



Indeed it is about a has been actor given the opportunity to play the part of a lifetime, who finds himself fighting just to stay alive.



There are more gaps, and flaws in this story than in the previous one.

Nevertheless I enjoyed the main character a great deal, and only wish that the other characters had been filled out better, rather than treated as sidebars.

As always the story is very unpredictable, and doesn't go at all the way you initially think it would which is refreshing.

I enjoy Mr.Green's writing style, I just wish he'd spent a little more time with this one.

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