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Audiofile Magazine Review of CORUM 4

"Corum finds new meaning in life after the death of his beloved Rhalina when her descendants call upon him to tame a magical bull. The bull is part of a plan to fight off an evil that seeks to conquer them. Nanette Savard leads a full cast that guides listeners through this magical world. Her lyrical voice mesmerizes listeners and engages them throughout the action scenes. Chris Genebach embodies Corum's wide emotional range, allowing audiences to empathize with him throughout the challenges he faces as the last in his race. The sound engineers deserve a nod for creating a perfect aural landscape that draws out the magical elements in the production."

L.E. © AudioFile 2016, Portland, Maine [Published: NOVEMBER 2016]

GraphicAudio Corum 4:
The Bull And The Spear

Epic Fantasy
Written by Michael Moorcock
Content Rating: Ages 18+
For Fans of Brandon Sanderson

Now Available at GraphicAudio

In the ancient Castle Erorn, Corum of the Scarlet Robe dwells in isolation and sorrow. He has out-lived his great love, Rhalina, and is tormented by voices in his dreams—a crowd of shadowy figures chanting his name. Unable to ignore their calls for help any longer, he will travel through eons of time to an age of tragedy, where the people of Tuha-na-Cremm Croich, descendants of Rhalina, are persecuted by the giant gods of the Cold Folk.

A great black bull has the power needed to defeat the monsters of a new age. But to tame the bull, the Eternal Champion must travel to the fatally beautiful island of Hy-Breasail to find the invincible and magical Spear Bryionak...

Corum 4: The Bull And The Spear is Now Available!

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