Iron Heart: Crier’s War, Book 2 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Critically acclaimed author Nina Varela delivers a stunning sequel to the richly imagined queer epic fantasy Crier’s War, which SLJ called “perfect for fans of Sarah J. Maas’s Throne of Glass".
For too long, Automae have lorded over the kingdom of Rabu, oppressing its human citizens. But the human revolution has risen, and at its heart is Ayla. Once a handmaiden, now a fugitive, Ayla narrowly escaped the palace of Lady Crier, the girl she would’ve killed if she hadn’t fallen in love first.
Now Ayla has pledged her allegiance to Queen Junn, who can help accomplish the human rebellion’s ultimate goal: destroy the Iron Heart. Without its power, the Automae will be weakened to the point of extinction.
Ayla wants to succeed, but can’t shake the strong feelings she’s developed for Crier. And unbeknownst to her, Crier has also fled the palace, taking up among traveling rebels, determined to find and protect Ayla. Even as their paths collide, nothing can prepare them for the dark secret underlying the Iron Heart.
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|Listening Length||12 hours and 41 minutes|
|Narrator||Kim Mai Guest|
|Audible.ca Release Date||September 08 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #17,343 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#34 in LGBTQ2S+ Audiobooks for Teens
#134 in LGBTQ2S+ Fiction for Young Adults
#179 in Teen Fiction on Difficult Situations
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The human revolution againts the Automae is on the rise. Ayla is on the run as a fugitive. Instead of killing Crier like she was supposed to, she fell in love with her. But Crier is also on the run, having learn what her father and also what Kinok truly planned to do she must run. Wanting nothing to do with this. Crossing path with Ayla once more both of them will have a lot to do to stop this and when Crier find out the truth behind the heartstone produce by the Iron Heart, she will want to find an alternate source for the Automae power source.
Top reviews from other countries
Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on May 31, 2021
As with Crier's War, the relationship between Ayla and Crier is the lifeblood of the book, the heartbeat. Valera is a master of writing romance, and I felt myself unable to put the book down quite often.
My only gripe here is that the ending perhaps felt a little rushed, a little anticlimactic. Still, it is but one blemish on a book I have come to adore. Very much recommended.
I also really loved how the plot line with Yoras heart continued in this book and while I felt a certain detail at the end seemed almost too convenient it was overall a plot I loved that involved a lot of new and interesting characters to get invested in