An ocean of darkness lives in the journal of Philip Pinkerton. Ancient things with no place in our world are rising from the abyss. Ezekiel, the arrogant, mad god has called us into battle. Does he think we can't touch him, or does he know we can't? I wish I knew. The world's only hope lies in a forgotten weapon, the strength of our allies, and one necromancer of questionable ancestry. Yeah, this is going to end well.
©2014 Eric R. Asher (P)2015 Eric R. Asher
Again, William Dufris. Perfect narrator for this series. That bastard even made me tear up in a few parts, I mean, dust, bees, glass filings in my eyes, that's what it was, all of those at once. Also, I enjoy the character and story development that Eric puts in his stories.
Dresden Files, Iron Druid Chronicles and Alex Verus.As stated before in my previous reviews of this series, same genre, a modern day supernatural story.
Nope, no spoilers. Why would you even ask this Audible, why?I'll tell you this, the banter, even in dire situations, keeps it real. I haven't been in dire situations as Vesik (if any of you have, let me know because I want to know about the supernatural) but have been in highly stressful, disheartening, sad, etc situations that the wise crack lighten's the mood enough for people to cope. It's good. Much appreciated Eric.
Why hasn't the audio format for book 5 come out yet? What the heck William Dufris, read it on your own if you have to. Do a solid for Eric if it is your employer holding you back.
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