Freshly given his new Renegara title, Gisbo Falcon is back, but for how long? On the desert plains of Flaria, Gisbo continues his training under his Class Master, Falcon, while dodging Spike Slithers, getting reacquainted with a long lost family, and preparing for a tournament to face off against his greatest rival yet, Malik Strife. But that's the easy part.
A fiendish cult known only as The Holy Chosen has recently risen out of the ruins of Cledwyn City, once home to Vadid the Valiant and the Flarian race. Now, a shadow of its former self, the new city seeks to open the sands of Flaria once again to the horrors of war.
A great battle is coming, but Gisbo hasn't been himself lately. A dangerous, repressed memory in the form a door, bolted, and chained on all sides has been rattling within Gisbo's mind, clawing day and night like a caged beast, a beast, if freed, could change our good-hearted hero forever.
©2012 J.C. Fiske (P)2013 J.C. Fiske
Absolutely. The story line absorbs you and carries you along. It's a great escape.
I enjoy Rolce, the restrained power and intelligence is what I most identify with.
Honestly his voice was very soothing. He kept pace with the action (and there is a lot of it in this book) He didn't sound forced.
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J.C Fiske is a fantastic world builder, if you're into any type of anime or syfy movies you can tell where he gets his influence from and he definitely does it justice
enjoyable, entertaining and worth buying
Gisbo and Falcon fighting the worm/monster
Mmmm not sure
Good book, cant wait for next book
this one was a bit darker than the previous, bit n or so much as to keep me from enjoying it and since this is a relisten, I know the next ones make up for it, they are still overall light hated with just the right amount of humor mixed in to the action and plot, the creativity of the power system is still rather unique and even though it's not straight forward magic, it makes up for it in creativity.
hope this helps one way or another
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