The time has come for the fate of Heaven and Earth to be decided. Darshan will now seek out the Reborn King for a final confrontation. But will his power be enough to free the world from certain annihilation? Will he be strong enough to save the people he loves?
©2014 Brian D. Anderson (P)2014 Podium Publishing
I thoroughly enjoyed this series by a fellow Baldwin County Alabama native. The books got better and better as the characters were fleshed out. Deep relationships were built upon. Plenty of action and many adventures along the way. It is difficult to select a favorite character as they all have a great deal of interesting journeys along the way.
Great writing! I look forward to the next series from Brian D Anderson!
Narrative was on target for every character!
Wow! I've finally completed this series and though I'm rarely impressed with endings, this one was great! With no loose ends left untied, I leave all of my favorite characters with their fates decided. Well done!
The end,where things were beginning to be Normal, although the author clearly left a opening for the continuation or another book from this story
Possibly the david eddings series the belgariad and the mellorian series, same plot just more in debth
At the last great Battle when all seemed lost, the reborn king of was killed freeing all
The reborn king
Left me wanting more good author and narrator
Book well what to say now ha ha
Derek has a pleasant voice to listen to. Story was good, not an in depth story, but it does have sufficient scope and engagement that I felt compelled to listen to all 6 books.
Very good end to the story. Read very well by the narrator with good emphasis on the different character voices.
I have really enjoyed listening to this series. Very well written and I could listen to Derek Perkins all day.
"the main character is a numpty"
had to listen to the end but sometimes just wanted to shout at main character for being so dumb.
"A tall tale, well told."
A most excellent series. Well read and well received. There are one or two phrases that crop up a tiny bit too frequently for my liking but an overall goodly tale. Worthy of one's time.
Great Conclusion to a fantastic, albeit long winded, fantasy series. Good narrating although some of the voices were muddled briefly which could be confusing at times. Definitely worth a listen.
"Didn't want it to end"
if you like fantasy you will love this, wonderfully read with the narrator pulling you in with every word. This is one set of books I will be listening to again and again
"FAILED TO DELIVER :-(("
Not a lot. Unfortunately by the time I listened to this book, it felt like a punishment to be endured. Only my pig headed stubbornness made me listen to the bitter end, and I really do mean Bitter.
Not really sure. Possibly "Echoes of Empire" series, by Mark T. Barnes, or "The Secret of Ji" series, by Pierre Grimbert.
Although I was disappointed with this series, I thought that Derek Perkins did a masterful job of narrating it. I like way Mr Perkins depicted the character of Falsafal (not sure if that's the right spelling.)
NO! Please No. Enough is enough.
Its a shame really, as this series started out with real promise. Unfortunately, in my opinion, by the third book it was beginning to fall apart. By this, the sixth book it had a desperate feel to it, as though the author just didn't know quite what to do with it. I doubt I'll be listening to anything else by Brian D. Anderson, although I will be looking for more books narrated by Derek Perkins.
I loved this series and would love to read more! Definitely one I would recommend and read again!
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