• Rogue

  • The Paladin Prophecy Book 3
  • By: Mark Frost
  • Narrated by: Nick Chamian
  • Length: 12 hrs and 14 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (339 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Will West is playing a dangerous game. Months after uncovering the sinister Paladin Prophecy plot, Will continues to work with the mastermind behind the project - none other than his own grandfather, Franklin Greenwood. Will cooperates in order to keep his friends safe. But are they really secure in the hands of a madman?

Under constant surveillance, Will and his friends secretly devise a plan to defeat Franklin Greenwood and his Knights of the Charlemagne. The team must enter the Never-Was and find an elusive group of supernatural beings called the Hierarchy. But as the battle approaches, the alliance uncovers old secrets that threaten to tear them apart. Can they protect Earth from the demons beyond? Or will a rogue player destroy them and the world they live in?

Thrilling mystery and electrifying suspense abound in Mark Frost's action-packed Paladin Prophecy series, which is compelling to the very last word.

©2015 Mark Frost (P)2015 Listening Library

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What happened???

Did the author get bored? After a huge buildup in the first book, a wandering (somewhat boring) development and twist of the second book, the final book was rather anti climactic. The friends get through dangerous situations quite easily - they have super powers you know.
The sudden change from the battlefield to writing a letter was disappointing. And there are characters who were developed in the first 2 books that we never find out what happened. What a let down.
The friends are very loyal and quite a team; a lesson in forgiveness; and a parable of the dangers of playing god. Oh, and Dave actually is a good guardian angel! Dad’s rules for living are interesting and could really be applicable in real life.

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Enjoyed it

Enjoyed this book
Wanted to know what type car Will got? And what happened to his grandfather?

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Good want to the trilogy

This book was a good end to the trilogy. It's nice to see the story all wrapped up. Unfortunately, this book suffers from a rather weak ending. It's like three or four pages were skipped. I wish a revised edition would come out with what happens between the climax and the return home. It's a giant plot hole.

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Disappointed

Book 2 and 3 became another Percy Jackson book. terrible after reading book 1. Was this a new author. what happened to Mark Frost

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loved it

this one in particular was good cause we finally got to see everybody starting to get a handle on there powers & even gaining new ones.

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robbie

love it. lots of suspense. great characters. hopefully there will be a lot more just like it and not tin two years.

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Lazy writing, generally

This series had a fairly good opening book with some characters and story beats that were somewhat interesting. But, over the second and third book, some major characters became very one dimensional, I.e scaredy-cat brainiac and the love interest are fairly accurate descriptions for two core characters of the series by book 3. It’s like the author wrote part of book 1, got a publishing deal for a trilogy, and pumped out two more books because that’s what the publishers wanted.

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Great trilogy

I must say I beinge read/listen to this trilogy in less than 72hours. Story line was well done and love the details of all the characters. It allow me actually picture them. I would love to see this trilogy go to motion picture soon with in the next 3year. I fell that the if they stay true to the book within CGI budge and not over pay for actor this will be great series like marvels series, Harry potter, I wish they would continue I am number four and ect.

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Loved it

First series listened to on audible. Narrator did a wonderful job. Looking for another series.

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great life philosophies

Enjoyed the story line, the details and the humor. I know those kids. I'm recommending it to my son.