• One Tin Soldier

  • The Murder of Crows, Book 3
  • By: Chris Tullbane
  • Narrated by: Joseph Vernon
  • Length: 12 hrs and 17 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (74 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Damian Banach's journey from Crow to Cape comes to a thrilling conclusion in this fall's One Tin Soldier!

Every year, the best Academy third-years are offered internships with Free States Cape teams, while the rest join the Mission on a multi-month expedition to bring hope and relief to the Badlands. This year is different though...and it's not just because Damian Banach, the Academy's only Crow, actually volunteered for the Mission.

The fact is, Damian's not headed into the Badlands for relief work. He's going because he owes someone a favor, and that favor has come due. Somewhere in the lawless lands east of the Free States is the person responsible for the Break and all the chaos that came after, and it's Damian's job to find him.

He's hunting for Dr. Nowhere.

©2021 Chris Tullbane (P)2022 Chris Tullbane

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Criminally under appreciated.

I really love superhero media. I checked out the first book on a recommendation on reddit while searching for some new stuff and now I sit at the end of book 3 astonished that I’m only like the 5th audible reviewer. Fantastic series.

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The perfect bittersweet ending

This series was amazing. Thank you for a wonderful thrill ride. The damaged but relatable protagonist and a caste of believe supporting characters.
Chris Tullbane gave us everything we could hope for in a series and brought it to a satisfying conclusion.
I refuse to nitpick or complain. This was delightful and melancholy and human. I am not one for tragedies, but I will remember this one fondly.

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Just great, a fitting end for the baby crow.

Damian's story is over, and what a fitting end it is. Just like his first two stories, it is soaked in blood, sweat, agony and death. Just as you would expect from a story told by Walker. But as bittersweet it is to see his story end, the gore-soaked bow that it is wrapped in is one I am more than satisfied with. This final book is once again expertly narrated by Joseph Vernon who I've come to expect great things from, and he does not disappoint, I would be more than happy to listen to more work by him. Looking forward to more stories from Chris Tullbane, whether it be from a Post-Break World or not.

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Exceptional.....

A trilogy about superheroes/supervillians that's mature and intense. Narrator expertly reflects Damien(Walker)'s, conflicted character. Definitely worth a credit!

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Great trilogy

Not a huge fan of the ending. The author says it's a redemption arc, but my take is that it's depressing. But that doesn't detract from a fine trilogy.

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  • 07-25-22

Very nice

Can't say it wasn't difficult to find this hidden gem, definitely worth it.

The ending was satisfactory, though sad the journey had to come to an end already.

Throughout the series, the narrator also does an excellent job, to the point where there have been moments where I've conciensely taken notice to it.