Astreya Book 2: The Men of the Sea


Read by Seymour Hamilton

(4.7 stars; 454 reviews)

In The Astreya Trilogy, Book 2: The Men of the Sea, Astreya learns from his grandfather Oron how to control his power over the shipstones aboard the great ship Cygnus. He still yearns for Lindey, left on shore against her will.

Trying to purge a nagging guilt, Roaring Jack sails the Mollie south again, and this time Astreya’s friend Cam is a stowaway.

Astreya’s cousin Adramin tries to make Astreya fail. At The City of the Sea, the lawful meeting place of the great ships, family politics turn violent, with tragic consequences. Astreya must hurry to protect Lindey from his marauding uncle Mufrid, who wants the stone Gar gave her.

A day-and-night sailing duel, a battle at sea, a shipwreck, a fight in a pub, escapes by sea and secret passage, help from unexpected allies and treachery from family all take their toll on Astreya and his friends.

Astreya and Lindey will face even more dangers and deceptions in the last book in The Astreya Trilogy, Book 3: The Wanderer's Curse.


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Chapters

Introduction Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 1 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 2 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 3 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 4 PART ONE Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 4 PART TWO Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 4 PART THREE Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 5 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 6 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 7 PART ONE Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 7 PART TWO Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 8 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 9 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 10 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 11 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 12 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 13 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 14 Read by Seymour Hamilton
Chapter 15 Read by Seymour Hamilton

Reviews

Five stars for sure


(5 stars)

One of the best books I have listened too in a long time. This is my first 5 star on Librivox. The Author reminds me of Stephen Briggs. this is a free book read by the author. No it is not highly polished, more like the author sitting down to tell us a story, and what a great story. With solid 3 dimensional characters and details that make you feel you are part of the crew. Thanks for allowing us to listen.

Where's book three?


(4.5 stars)

Couldn't stop listening, it's awesome to have the author read the book as he has the best understanding of his characters and what they're going through. Now I can't wait for book three and truly hope it'll be here soon.

Compelling story


(4 stars)

Story: 5 stars Reading: 4 stars Editing: 2 stars Author's reading was good, albeit inconsistent at times. The flow of the story was occasionally interrupted by the author re-reading a line (should've been edited out) and also by external sounds like scratching himself. But the story made up for it and left me wanting more.

awesome


(5 stars)

love both books as to this point in the story there are still a lot of unanswered questions

Ready to read book three!


(5 stars)

Love this trilogy. Seymour Hamilton is a wonderful author and narrator.


(0 stars)

In which Astreya wakes at the Inn and walks into a night of danger

wow


(5 stars)

love this series. makes me want to be on the ocean!!


(0 stars)

In which a late afternoon walk leads to a night of danger