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Strength comes not in victories. It comes from standing up after defeats, in reaching out a hand and pulling others to their feet. Of pushing others ahead of one’s self.

Alvans must dig deep. They have paid a heavy price, a price felt in the hearts of every member.

They started as a small group fighting to just survive in the first realm to a nation that challenged the combined United Sect Alliance.

Instead of crumbling, they bared their teeth, they fought forces from the seventh realm. They bled their enemy every step of the way.

Beaten but unbroken. Each member of Alva has been tempered with elements, has cultivated their mana. Now their minds, their spirits have been tempered and tested, and they must cultivate their belief in one another.

For there is no option for them. There is no other path ahead of them.

Erik and Rugrat have groomed a nation from that small group. As they created that spark, it has now grown into something they realize they shouldn’t control.

Strength is knowing what one can and can’t do. It's about putting one's beliefs on the line and making that line in the dirt. Though beaten and broken, standing together and raising up others and saying through bloodied teeth: "This we’ll defend, this we’ll give our lives for." For even if they are to die, their deaths will protect the others behind them. They will use their bodies to push others behind them forward, even if only a centimeter.

Today Alva might be broken, but tomorrow they will stand, stronger than before, to prove those that made the ultimate sacrifice, that given that extra centimeter they will claw their way forward a meter.

©2021 MC Publications Inc. (P)2022 MC Publications Inc.

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I can't get enough

This series is satisfying. The character development, growth and interactions are exceptional. Chatfield gets family and brotherhood at a molecular level. When the character have fun at each other's expensive I believe it. When someone loses a friend I feel it.
All I know is as long as Chatfield keeps producing work at this level of quality I will keep coming back for more.
No harems. No ultra dimwitted protagonists. No racism. Strong men and women. No culture war crap.
This is why I keep my audible subscription.

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narration still blows

just trying to finish the story. still monotonish and all characters sound the same.

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Use to be My Fav series

First off I love this series, still do but the honey moon stage is over and now it feels like it is all over the place. This book and the last should be the 4.5 and 4.6 in the series. There is so much to these realms that MC introduced us too with Rugrat and Eric in the first 5 realms, then it turned into 20 different people perspective and was no longer about Rugrat and Eric,they even admit they are no longer needed Yay??? Maybe the story can go back to them. Even this book just touches on the 7th realm and stays in the lower realms. I have a hard time when a level 80 something Eric and Rugrat fight against level 50 and 60s and there aura's do not crush them to there knees and they cause massive damage to them with a 30% reduction to there stats since there in the dungeons influence???? But in Earlier chapters the bad guys do that to Mercy and she is on her knees instantly ??? Believability not so much.
Narration sigh, I think Neil is an amazing Narrator but i had to rewind countless times to tell who the story shifted to cause they sounded the same. The story felt rushed in Narration like he was speed reading at times. I miss Todd.
Over All the story moves along but the progression of Rugrat and Eric stagnates yet there levels go up.I hope the Author slows down and puts forth the effort like he did in the first 5 books, those are absolutely amazing world building books!! I am committed to this series but it seems like it is starting to flounder for me.

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great listen

The story actually is progressing. This is the war we are waiting for. The author delivers.

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Exactly what we needed after part 1!

This book had me spazzing out most of the time I was listening to it. solid max star review from me on this.

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I admit I was wrong

Neil has done a very good job I was originally very upset about the change in the voice actor but he has done well I agree with him the fact that he should probably redo 6 Realm part 1 but I own all of the audio books from two-week curse up to 7th Realm part 2 and I'm anxiously waiting for 8

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Loved it

The only thing I would wish for is if it was longer. Great book cant wait for the next.

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Happy

ahhh like any good book, at the end, i feel complete but left wanting more! this one went by the fastest of all those before it!

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Everything I want in a gamelit novel

Michael chatfield is a great author and his fiction is top notch
meal is a great reader as well and makes the characters come alive.
from The Grand design down to the smallest detail every moment of the book is fun. Highly recommended

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Cliffhanger?

Best book so far, but that cliffhanger there at the end. I cannot wait for the next book.

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  • 03-11-22

very good

I enjoy this series and this book is a good instalment. very good 👍

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-09-22

Just Fantastic!

Very very good. If you enjoyed the seventh realm part one then you’re sure to enjoy this one!

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  • Daryl peter lambrou
  • 01-28-22

Why did it have to stop

Omg why did it have to stop there the ten realms has become my favourite series ever and it just keeps getting more addicting best series about

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  • Shannon P.
  • 03-16-22

awesome

awesome I enjoyed every word had me on the edge of my seat the whole time great writing read well and clear good characters good detail love the whole ten realms so far. thanks heeps

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  • Kaelim
  • 02-16-22

Best book of the series…. So far ;)

The writing style of Mr Chatfield makes it inclusive of so many characters, it’s both great and hard to keep up with (especially with so many names to remember lol!) None the less this is by far the best book to the series. Then to leave the ending the way it did, makes you crave for the next instalment. So exciting!!

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  • Brianna Stormcloud
  • 02-02-22

So enjoyable

I love listening to the Ten Realms Series, Michael writes a well thought out and detailed plot, with many subsidiary characters, that you care about, not just the MC’s! Alva defends itself and begins to recover, so I do wonder what’s happening next book. Can’t wait for the audio!

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  • Rodney
  • 01-27-22

Just keeps getting better

This really wraps up the theme a community combined beats the strongest individual, from the "defeat" of the previous book rebuilding leads to stronger and better again a repetition on the theme "What doesn't kill you only makes you stronger". Great character development and new characters means even though one is a marine there is intelligence and witty dialog with multiple plot lines weaving together. a true masterpiece of what technology combined with magic could mean. Note any sufficiently advanced technology can be described as magic by the uninitiated,