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Flux Destiny Fortuna's Rings - Audio Book Review

Welcome back everyone to a new blog post and review! This review is a bit different to others as I will be reviewing an Audio Book. The title of the book is: "Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings" written by Chris Moujaes and performed by Todd Haberkorn.

*I was kindly given this audiobook in exchange for an honest review. If you are interested in Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings you can pre-order the audiobook. Details at the end of review* 

General Information

  • Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings has 10 chapters ranging from 10 minutes, 19 seconds listening time  - 1 hour, 01 minute, 20 seconds listening time. 
  • Genre - Dystopian, Sci-Fi, Fantasy.
  • Main themes - Coming-of-age, and a little bit of Individual vs Society.
  • Age recommendation - 14 +
Marco and Hugo are two teenagers that live in a dystopian world where destiny can be controlled by human hands. Together, they are sent on a mission to try and solve the situation about biomechanical creatures called Cankers that are destroying the city of Anderes. Throughout their mission, they meet new characters, discover secrets and make risky decisions that could change the outcome of everything. However, who should be trusted along the way?

My Review

Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings was an enjoyable book to listen to. It was my first ever audiobook and I have to say that I'm glad that Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings was my first. The voice actor, Todd Haberkorn was fantastic to listen to. He played the characters exceptionally well!

The storyline was set out well, there were a few twists and turns along the way which made it entertaining and interesting!

Personally, the way the setting was described in each chapter was amazing. It sets a clear picture in the reader's mind. Usually, I'm not a fan of sci-fi dystopian, but with this audiobook, I was listening intently to the book as it was structured out and written skillfully and in a way most people would enjoy.

Some of the chapters had lots of action which was great, however, as a listener/reader, I found some parts went quite quickly and I had to re-listen a few sections to understand what was happening better. Also, it felt like the voice acting behind some of the characters made them seem younger than what they were. Apart from those two notes, Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings was an awesome book to listen to!

Star Rating
Overall, I rate Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings

"Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings was an incredible book to listen to. The voice acting was amazing and the plot and storyline is original and entertaining. Great audiobook for people who love dystopian sci-fi stories and even people who are not a fan of the genre, will still find pleasure in listening to it!" - Book Reviews By Sophie McC

If you are interested in Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings you can pre-order the audiobook, details here 

Flux Destiny: Fortuna's Rings is also available to purchase as a paperback and eBook.

Thank you so much!
Sophie x ❤

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