• The Seven

  • The Lost Tale of Dellerin
  • By: Robert J Power
  • Narrated by: Matthew Wolf
  • Length: 11 hrs and 7 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Ruin befalls any who speak the tale of The Seven.

They said The Seven were the greatest mercenary outfit in all of Dellerin. Respected, loved, and feared. Only they could accomplish the impossible; the gods themselves blessed them. 

But when they disappeared, no warriors could halt The Dark One's emergence and his ruination of the world. And the Seven's tale was soon lost in the darkness. 

Until now. 

In the war-ravaged city of Dellerin, a strange book has survived The Dark One's gaze. Veiled, warded, and awaiting a warrior worthy enough to discover its mysteries, the pages of "The Seven" are about to open. 

Can one book hold more power than ever imagined?

From best-selling author Robert J Power comes the first book in a new blockbuster dark fantasy world where evil reigns, demons roam, and enchantments cost your very soul. If you love grimdark fantasy filled with antiheroes, unpredictable action, and raw emotion, then The Seven will keep you listening into the night.

©2019 Robert J Power (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Doom, despair, agony, & destruction!

The title sums this up, if your waiting for a hero to show up and show out it will no't be in this book. If your looking for fairness, fitness complex plans and wiely intretes you wont find that either. This book follows seven Mercenaries whom all need better luck, skills the end abruptly and without fan faire. Oddly enough I enjoyed this book because, it keep me thinking it cannot get any worse, so this character will turn things around, well maybe not him or her but the next one? A true dark fantasy, if you like Joe Abercrombie then you will really like this. Can not wait to see where this story goes.

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Not good not bad either.

For the most part it is a good tragic fantasy. Just like "spark city" it has a very progressive view on sexuality and gender norms. However some of the ways it goes about that are too aggressive or unpleasant to read/listen. Plot wise its pretty good and narrator does a great job.

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good book

They said The Seven were the greatest mercenary outfit in all of Dellerin. Respected, loved and feared. Only they could accomplish the impossible; the gods themselves blessed them.
But when they disappeared, no warriors could halt The Dark One's emergence and his ruination of the world. And the Seven's tale was soon lost in the darkness.
Until now.
In the war-ravaged city of Dellerin, a strange book has survived The Dark One's gaze. Veiled, warded and awaiting a warrior worthy enough to discover its mysteries, the pages of "The Seven" are about to open.

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Terrible

I’m not a fan of Shakespeare type endings of tradjedy. I really enjoyed “the spark” but not this. So much so after the first 2 hours I skipped to the end as to not wast my time and was glad I did and can move on to a different book.

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  • 06-18-21

Surprisingly good

What starts of as your standard group of adventurers going after evil wizard kinda thing,quickly becomes something else entirely. Was intrigued by the plot. Will definitely be looking up other titles by this author.

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  • JP
  • 10-28-20

A Dark Tale

The Seven is dark tale of friendship and duty and doing everything possible to finish the mission,

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