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After a long and brutal conflict, the war is over. 

Otto controls all the portals on the continent, and Garenland has made vassals of the other kingdoms. 

But some people can’t accept defeat. 

While Otto hunts King Villares in Rolan, Axel chases Prince Uther across Straken. With Markane scheming to help their enemies, the future of the New Garen Empire is far from certain. 

Even worse, the Wizards Guild is challenging Otto for leadership of the empire’s wizards, and they’ll use any means necessary to win. 

The war may be over, but the battles are far from won.

©2020 James E Wisher (P)2020 James E Wisher

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Great story but the Audiobooks are getting shorter

Great continuation of the the series. It has me listening every spare moment to find out what happens next. My only negative is that this book is the shortest so far and using a credit or buying the 6.5 hour audiobook is hard to swallow when I can get a 40 hour saga for the same value.

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Short book, expensive.

These 7hr books are the biggest downside. Very small story setting, but a good one. Expensive to have 7 books in a series that could be done in one/two.

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Nice magical story

I like the story. There is plenty of adventure and the progression is believable. Immersion is solid and makes for a lot of fun for fans for magic. I didn't hear the stutters or gaps like some of the reviews claimed. It is a good story and I have heard every book in this series so enjoy. I await the next book to see what happens.

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  • kian
  • 03-18-21

No Heroes Here!

You'll like this series...if you're a villain. The MC is a psychopathic megalomaniac, determined to rule the world like any other villain, He doesn't have any redeeming quality so it's difficult for me to enjoy reading it. The series are all the atrocities a Villian commits until finally a Hero might be born somewhere to end his reign. There are no heroes or heroin in this series, BE WARNED.

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  • Samuel Kings
  • 01-10-21

An entertaining story and interesting characters.

This was another good entry to the series. The narration was again very good.

The series thus far has seen a seemingly good man slowly descend into becoming a power hungry sociopath with barely a shred of consciousness left. Otto is not so much descending into madness but rather complete apathy. This latest entry to the series sees our protagonist commit a casual genocide whilst barely batting an eyelid - not to mention his other war crimes.

Otto knows he's becoming a monster, but has seemingly stopped caring in his pursuit of power and knowledge. I honestly find it quite fascinating and I am looking forward to the next book in the saga.

Axel still makes his appearance as the deuteragonist of series though seemingly less often than before. I find him to be a compelling character, and whilst he is by no means perfect his good nature and loyalty to his men make him easy to route for.

Unfortunately some of the other secondary characters make an appearances less often in the book, which is probably why this entry is shorter than past ones. However it still enjoyable.

FYI: I would rate the story at about 3.5 out of 5 to be more accurate.