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A corrupted power stirs from beyond the grave.

The Necromancer Queen will rise again.

In Niyas, the new Seneschal plans to use Anskar to further the Church’s aims and grind the Niyandrians and their culture to dust.

But having thrown off the shackles of both the Church and his mother Queen Talia, Anskar is no longer a hapless pawn. Driven to seek the final component to complete the Armor of Divinity, he falls in with the Niyandrian rebels and forges his own path.

But the grasp of the Necromancer Queen is not so easily evaded, and the dark-tide within Anskar forces him to travel to the demon realms, where he discovers a chilling secret long hidden from him.

A secret which will either destroy Anskar or save Niyas...

©2021 Mitchell Hogan (P)2021 Audible, Inc.

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Great read

Almost frustrating the beginning with setup, but that was because I knew the conclusion would be so good. Best book so far

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Great story, not a fan of narrator

Michael Kramer does his own voice well (rich and deep and admirable in its time), but he's terrible with accents and with female voices and with just about every character's voice in an audiobook, for that matter. I just wish he weren't so popular for some reason because he's really dimmed the quality of so many otherwise-great stories. I know this is harsh and he's probably a super nice guy in real life, but that's just my opinion, for what it's worth.

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  • 09-12-21

its a good book

but there are moments 8n the book that annoy, the main character can't decide on anything, he either want his mother to help him or he wants her out of his life sometimes to the extant of just being stupid about it.