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Apprentice mage Chance Fortunato has faced off with a lot of nasty things. Power-hungry vampires, abusive alpha werewolves, and deranged cultists. But none of his training under his mentor Dr. Corwin has prepared him for the trial he is about to face: Junior Prom.

While investigating an occult group, Chance discovers something truly sinister: An event known as the Rending will fall on the night of prom, and every circle of demon-worshippers in New Essex is looking for one girl: the half-caste Chylde. Some want to capture her, others want to kill her, for her blood is the key to controlling Mammon’s horde and collecting on the true purpose of the Rending: to break a demonic contract without giving up what was bargained for or losing one’s soul. As if things weren’t bad enough, Chance learns that if the horde is not controlled by the blood of the half-caste Chylde, it will break free to fulfill a plan of its own, to slaughter 100 innocents as a sacrifice to release Mammon, the original ruler of Hell.

Caught between two terrible choices, Chance’s job is made all the more difficult as the past begins to catch up to his mentor and himself. Old debts come due, forgotten wounds are reopened, and alliances shift in unexpected directions as Chance fights to save both his classmates and the half-caste Chylde, whoever she is. With the truth closer than he realizes, can Chance do the impossible, save the day and survive taking up the mantle of Prom Knight?

©2018 Ben Reeder (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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I love this series it has everything a good series needs I think everyone should give this a go you won't regret it.

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WHAT A BUNCH OF GARBAGE

This author is most certainly one of the weakest and most handicapped writers in the fantasy genre. Reeder should throw away his pen and keyboard or trade them in for broom and cleaning rag. He would make a better janitor than a wannabe writer. His characters are contradictory too themselves, and his scenarios he places them in aswell as the actions he makes them undertake are so ridiculous and so implausible. This series makes me wanna vomit its so bad!

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Best Free series on Audible Plus

Loving the series. I appreciate that the author has made his works available for all of us to enjoy for free.

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Sneaks up on you.

I have read reviews that say this book felt rushed. And in the beginning I agree. Then with out realizing it. Your lost in the story once again. Just like all the rest of the books. So just keep listening. You will be happy you did.

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this box is another great addition to the series!

the beginning of this book started out a little slow in the character development area but built into a fantastic story!

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each One

each one gets better as they go I really enjoy them give them a try

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On a downward slide

This book wasn't bad, but it didn't have what the last few books had. It didn't have the harry potter style humor of the school he went to, a structure that really holds up the YA style of book. It didn't have the humor of his evaluator watching him and being from a completely different culture.

Overall the story wasn't bad, it just really didn't pull me in like the last few. I'll probably check out the next book in the line, but I may be calling this off soon.

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careful, this download has failed multiple times d

couldn't finish the book, play back failed on every listen

if I could have finished the book, I would have given it a better review

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Not the redemption arc I was expecting.

it was good, fast paced, and I like how far chance has come since the series began. unexpected ending.

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great book

the reader is great the story is great. can't wait for the next one. I had to wait for this one

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On to the next

Loved it! Drawing to the end and can't wait for next book. Here we go...