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Stephen R. Lawhead, the critically acclaimed author of the Pendragon Cycle, concludes his Eirlandia Celtic fantasy series with In the Kingdom of All Tomorrows.

Conor mac Ardan is now clan chief of the Darini.  

Tara's Hill has become a haven and refuge for all those who were made homeless by the barbarian Scálda.  

A large fleet of the Scálda's Black Ships has now arrived and Conor joins Eirlandia's lords to defeat the monsters. He finds treachery in their midst...and a betrayal that is blood deep.  

And so begins a final battle to win the soul of a nation.

©2020 Stephen R. Lawhead (P)2020 Tantor

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Could not stop books 1-3

I listened to the second half of book 1 straight through book three for the few days on end that it took me. I stayed up late, put it on while I drives, listened while I worked, and shut the door to my room for the last hour of the last book so as not to be interrupted by anyone.

I tested up, I laughed, and I laid back on my bed and stared at the ceiling as the trilogy came to a close. I’m pensive, and I’m awe, sad that the tale is over, but satisfied and yet wanting more.

The narrator delivered the story in more than perfection. My only wish is that I could sit down now with the Author to discuss the story and our common faith together.

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Fantastic End to the Series

Wow! What a fantastic end to such a good series. I am such a Stephen Lawhead fan. And this is one of his best.

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An Epic End to a Fantastic Trilogy

The characters are believable and interesting, continuing to develop and grow as the story continues. The major conflict is epic and satisfying. The narrator is perfect for this book, delivering dialogue in an engaging way--you can picture everything clearly in your head as he speaks. On the whole, this is a fantastic book. I'd highly recommend both it and the trilogy it belongs to.

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The story is the trilogy.

I wished the Light of Truth came before Patrick in the Epilogue. But it came.

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stunning

I loved this series
The narrator did a really great job! I enjoyed the telling almost as much as the story itself, the narrator brought it to life.

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another lawhead masterpieces

stephen lawhead crafted another great story and Mr Lee's reading was stellar as always is

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Average ending. Worst book in the series(SPOILERS)

Unsatisfying ending to a good series. Felt obligatory. Why include the chariots if they arent even a serious plot point in the end. The discovery and time dedicated in the earlier books about forging the wheels and captured labor for them to end up basically a prop feels disjointed. The faeries use magic to give Connor the chance to kill the Skalda king which is something they could have done at any point. The reason they decided to finally help?? Connor told them about the other faeries who were trying to get new metal?? His heads up somehow changes all of our long held positions. Let's suddenly become allies!! Also these super cool new swords dont factor in at all in the final battle..... sooooo why even make them??? Just seems like a lot of meandering to fill a book to end a good series poorly. So much interest created in the skalda in the first 2 books without any payoff in their motivations, superior technology, knowledge of the faeries. Kiera's death felt useless since it served no purpose in moving the story. Just something bad so not everyone survives and the ending is too happy. Obligatory. I looked forward to this book for a long time and am sad this is the effort we get to finish the series.