The Battle Academy has been besieged by an army of goblinoids under the control of the mother of the moonrats. They bide their time, keeping the academy out of the fight while Ewzad Vriil prepares to unleash a force of mutated monsters.
Jhonate and Faldon the Fierce have begun to unravel the mystery of the mother of the moonrat's identity, while Justan and Master Coal have learned the secret of Ewzad Vriil's powers. Both groups scramble to find a way to help the academy, but neither of them knows the full extent of the forces they're up against.
Will they be able to gather the strength they need to win The War of Stardeon?
The War of Stardeon is book four of The Bowl of Souls series.
©2013 Trevor H. Cooley (P)2015 Trevor H. Cooley
Hello, My name is Levi Brousseau. I'm on a life long mission to find stories that blow my mind.
I listened to it twice already. Very good story .
I would have to say Willy-yum. We get alittle more about him this time around. Plus he gets a sweet ax.
Death claws hug.
This was a great story. It fills in some blanks from the first three stories. Engaging as always.
Can't wait for the next. Check it out.
good, kept me interested, but started to drag, and the battle at the end seemed forced, as did the little bit of romance. I still enjoyed the read, and will be back for the next.
I enjoyed the different characters within the book and the action scenes were well described. The series is quite addicting, the characters well described and the voice actor does an amazing job of keeping the characters voices separate.
Not the most complex book I've listened to but still well written. The narrator is a little too monotone, he does some good voices but his speech is clipped and doesn't sound natural except when he's doing certain voices. If he was to fix that it would be incredible.
These books are genuine. They aren't trying to be something they're not. They're self published and it shows, but I mean that in the best possible way. It's obvious the author had a vision of what he wanted these books to be and for once we get to read those books. Instead of the ones we so often get, where you can sense there was an editor hovering over-shoulder muttering. "It needs to be darker! You need to make it more gritty, more realistic. Because that's what readers want from fantasy these days, realism and grit!" It seems like these days every aspiring fantasy author or their publishers feel like they have to make their books dark and gritty or they won't be taken seriously. While I enjoy that as much as the next person, it's so refreshing to find a series that isn't so packed full of grit, its like walking through damn sandstorm.
Don't get me wrong these are not some watered down kids books either. There is dark stuff in them, it's just not shoved in your face, or dragged on and on and made center focus of the books.
It still has all the action and adventure. The characters both protagonists and antagonists are well written and enjoyable.
The readers are good as well, Andrew Tell must have listened to voices the James Foster did for the characters because they sound so much the same that by about and hour in, I didn't even notice anymore that it was a different reader.
Avid reader and listener. Always have 1 book on my Samsung and 1 book on my tablet Love SciFi and Fantasy, Mysteries And Historical Fiction
Cooley has written a very engrossing series
hard to stop listening.
can't wait to listen to Mother of the Moon Rates
The entire series is awesome!! Wonderful story and characters. very well written and perfect narration. Honestly you are missing out if you don't read this fantastic story!!
the ending wasn't epic it just ended on a cliffhanger
otherwise the book was okay
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