Seven years have passed since Mordecai's battle with the Shining God, Celior, and since that time his control of his abilities has vastly improved. He has at last envisioned a use for the 'God-Stone,' but the gods want vengeance and now seek to destroy everything he has built. The secrets of the past threaten the future of his kingdom, his family, and perhaps humanity itself, unless Mordecai can discover the meaning of 'Illeniel's Doom.' How far will a desperate wizard go to protect his children...or will his efforts merely damn them all?
©2013 Michael G. Manning (P)2013 Tantor
An ok read, althoug this book is a bit too slow for my taste. I listened at 1.5x speed, and still my mind wandered off a lot. It just could not keep me absorbed like the previous books.
It is a high rank as far as medieval time of books.
The Humor of the main character's troubled times.
I don't remember, but Todd does change his characters while reading.
Just waiting on the next installment.
After enjoying the previous books this book is a huge step down. Don't waste your time.
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