City W/O End Goes to Audio

“Dazzling and inventive . . . Kenyon simply cuts loose.” *Four Stars* –SFReviews
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Pleased to announce that City Without End, Book 3 of The Entire and the Rose, is now available for audio download. Audible does an incredible job in producing this series. Give a listen to the superb actor, Christian Rummel.

6 Responses

  1. scarlettina says:

    Congratulations! That’s awesome.

  2. Kay says:

    Thanks, Janna! I love your little avatar pic.

  3. Anonymous says:

    congrats!

    that’s awesome! i picked up bright of the sky because of the superb cover art (how i buy/choose most book, sad to say). i’ve just started chapter 3 and am enjoying the ride so far…

  4. Anonymous says:

    I would like to say that I’m a horrible reviewer because I don’t give detailed reviews; but I loved City without End. I read the book, enjoyed it so much that I brought the Audible audio book, which I just finished listening to.

    What an ending! Quinn in power (or is he?). I can’t wait to read next book which I am sure will be full of l power plays, more interesting situations and info about the happenings in the Rose. I’m looking for your other works at Amazon. I wish that your works were in the Kindle store because I love reading on my Kindle. By the way, Christian Rummel does an amazing job on the audio and you’re an awesome writer Kay, really, you are.

    M. Mitchell

  5. Kay says:

    City Without End

    Thanks so much! I’ve just finished the first draft of Prince of Storms, the next book in the series, and I think you won’t be disappointed!
    Kindle does have at least two of my old titles, Maximum Ice and Braided World.

    I’m so glad you liked Rummel’s reading of the books from Audible. I was seriously impressed with what he can do as an actor and reader.

  6. Kay says:

    Re: congrats!

    I think it’s great that you go by cover art, because that implies you’re reading authors you haven’t read before… it probably broadens you as a reader. I think these Stephan Martiniere covers are amazing, and i feel so lucky that my publisher (Pyr) had the foresight to link my series with this fantastic artist. Anyway, glad you’re enjoying Bright so far. (Pardon my late answer; I’ve been quite disorganized lately!)

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