The Heresy Within : Ties That Bind

  • von Rob J. Hayes
  • Sprecher: Gerard Doyle
  • Serie: Ties That Bind
  • 14 Std. 55 Min.
  • ungekürztes Hörbuch


Jezzet Vel'Urn is a trained swordsman.
She has rightfully earned the title Blademaster, and she knows that for a woman like her there are generally just two ways out of most hostile situations: fight or fornicate. All too often for Jezzet's liking, it comes down to some gods-be-damned combination of the two.
In The Heresy Within, Jezzet is chased into the Wild by a vengeful warlord until she finally makes it to the sovereign city-state of Chade. But instead of sanctuary, she finds only more opportunistic bastards waiting to turn her over to her enemies. Also figuring majorly in the story is Thanquil Darkheart, a sorcerer hunter called an Arbiter, tasked with hunting down and purging heretics for the Inquisition. Thanquil is given a task by the God Emperor of Sarth, from which he has no escape. Lastly, there's the brutal outlaw called Black Thorn, best known perhaps for the killing of several Arbiters and possibly being one of the biggest names in the Wild for his proclivities. All three of their fates seem to be converging on the Free City of Chade, and before long Jezzet, Thanquil, and the Black Thorn will have to confront each other as they find themselves facing The Heresy Within.
This is book one of Rob J. Hayes' epic grimdark trilogy, The Ties That Bind. It is intended for mature listeners. This newly repackaged Ragnarok edition has been edited and revised.


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Violent, dark and like from a D&D adventure

I read this after I enjoyed "It takes a Thieve to catch a Sunrise". The Heresy Within is quite different entirely. On the one hand it is much more violent and showing a world where there is seldom forgiveness and features characters who are perfectly fine with this. I get the feeling Hayes played his fair share of Pen & Paper Roll Playing Games since all his characters feel like they are straight from a character sheet. Constantly reminding the reader about the two facts that make every character unique. This is not necessarily a bad thing but might be used a bit too extreme for my liking.
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  • Erscheinungsdatum: 07.12.2015
  • Verlag: Audible Studios