Gaea's favored children have put her ancient plan to cleanse the Earth of humans into motion, and Kozalin stands high on their list of targets. Uncertain alliances, scheming gods, and an implacable foe will push Daniel to his limits. How far will the wizard from Earth go to protect his family?
Warning: This novel contains graphic violence, explicit sex, unconventional opinions and a protagonist who has no interest in being normal. Listen at your own risk.
©2015 E. William Brown (P)2016 E. William Brown
Please don't keep us waiting for the next one. The twists and turns are getting more interesting as the story goes on; just keep it coming...
The story is great, if short, but the narrator keeps mispronouncing words which throws you out of the immersion. It's a pity because other than that he's pretty good. He's capable of keeping multiple distinct character voices stable across multiple books.
I am excited to see what happens next, but I would have liked the ending to this one to have a little more like the answer to did his plan work or not or maybe end it at his return home and a chat with his coven. Other than that it was pretty dang good.
Yes. it is the Tri-Fecta of book series. The reader, writer and characters are off the chain. it is sexy. thrilling.
the demon killing machine/ sex maniac.
The sex escapades with the red head supposedly bad girl.
Just can't wait for the next on. my credits are already put aside for it.
For most of the story get use to listening how to build something because that is what you are walking into. Daniel Black is still the biggest hypocrite in this story. The woman in the book are there as sex objects, and they are one-dimensional dolls and yes I mean ALL of them!
I love the Daniel Black series. This book continues Daniel's journey to gather enough power to survive the end of the world.
While not on the high levels of Jim Butcher or Patrick Rothfuss, this is a good and fun fantasy that is well worth the read.
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