Song of the Depths

By Bonnie L. Price

(2 Reviews)


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To the Creshe Empire, I’m just a number.

I’ve spent the past five years in isolation and under study. With my home razed by a Syldrari attack, my mind damaged, and nothing but white walls and a viewing window around me, I dedicated myself to two things: training my body and reading any book they allowed me to have.

The Empire wants me to serve, to use the inhuman power the Incident stirred within me. Technically, they asked, but it wasn’t much of a choice. It never is. Serve, or… I refused to be a mindless slave. My life was taken from me once. Never again.

With the Empire moving forward with their xenophobic plans, they needed someone capable of killing Syldrari — and I was just that. A tool they could use, a tool they thought they could manipulate. Needing me was their first mistake. They gave me leverage; I named my terms.

Now, after five years, my life can begin.

Song of the Depths is a slow-burn romantic science fantasy series with a constellation relationship dynamic and diverse cast.

©2020 Bonnie Price (P)2022 Soundbooth Theater

About The Author

Bonnie L. Price has been dabbling in the romantic fantasy genre since 2002, when she began writing as a way to entertain herself in rural New York. Her interest in romantic fantasy was borne from a desire for more character interactions and interpersonal relationships in the high fantasy novels and games she loved. After over a decade of keeping her work to herself, she took her first step toward self-publishing by posting a web series online. Emboldened and encouraged by how her work was received, she began publishing her work in 2018.

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Reviews (2)

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I'm a huge fan of Bonnie's, and love Jeff's voices. The justice that has been done for the book in this audiobook has been an absolute treat to listen to. So much emotion, somehow distinguishable identical twins (it is actually kind of confusing to listen to them argue back and forth), and endlessly entertaining interactions. I loved listening to all of it.