Rejected by all, Mordecai must learn to master the darkness within if he is to stop Mal'goroth from destroying humanity. Alone, he battles to control the malevolent magic that has consumed him as he searches for some way to turn his destructive new powers against the Dark Gods themselves. To win, he must somehow transform his own damnation into mankind's salvation.
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Enjoyed the series so much that after a year I had to listen to it again. I hate incomplete endings that does nothing to satisfy. Not the case here. I felt whole and satisfied. Thanks
Full of magic, captivating, surprising, entertaining, human and above all brilliant.You will want to immerse in the worls Michel G.Manning created and find it hard to leave.
I loved it, all of the books in this series were wonderfully executed. If you like magical origin stories, this is a must read.
Kind of a let down really.
Let me start by saying that i started this franchise with Embers of Illeniel (the prequel) which is far and beyond better than the Mageborn series. And after 4 books of trying to figure out how Tennick and the others were involved in this series, we really get nothing. They aren't even players. They're just trees that send their minions out to barely help with the fight. All that build up for 2-1/2 books for this. Very sad.
As for Mordecai and Penny and the others, there story is good enough I guess. Predictable isn't the right word, but not a lot of suspense involved. Then there's all the death and Anger that evolves around every character. I won't post who all dies, but there are some big ones here. Just seemed like to me that everybody was either dying, killing or hating something and then in the end we were picking up the pieces.
Great reading by Mr. McLaren, but a disappointment for the book itself. I will still look forward though to the Ember's of Illeniel series.
very witty and fast paced. found myself drawn into the story. i had not listen to the first four books but now i am going to. i look forward to more from this writer.
Masterfully finished by bringing the story full circle using in media rez. This book is without a doubt a perfect conclusion to an amazing series. I most certainly hope for more.
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