The search for the third pillar...The epic finale of the sword & sorcery saga
Bringing together the dominions for one last battle against the ruthless enemy threatening Nevaeh, Areenna of Freemorn and Mikaal of Tolemac fight the Dark Masters who plan to annihilate the Nevaens. On a quest for the mystical power to save their world, Mikaal and Areenna journey where nobody has gone for over 3,000 years.
Faced with a nearly impossible feat, they search for the third pillar of their powers - the pillar that holds the answer to Nevaeh's salvation. With time running out, can they build the powerful Trinity to save humanity from total extinction?
©2016 David Wind (P)2016 David Wind
This series is a lot of fun to read and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good book to read.
The narrator does a great job of bringing life to the characters
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Audible needs to change the classification of this installment. It needs to be put back into the category of Sci-Fi &Fantasy. They have it listed as Teens 11-13. There are some things that I don't think are appropriate for an 11 year old.
If you love epic fantasy stories that take place in a apocalyptic futuristic earth filled with intrigue, suspense, magic, action, deception, unusual creatures and more this series is well worth your time.
Well written, entertaining and enjoyable. Great conclusion that does not leave you hanging, but at the same time leaves an opening for future installments in the world of Nevaeh.
This is not a stand alone book. There are so many characters and so much going on you need to start at the beginning of the series to understand everything. It is definitely worth starting at the beginning.
All the creative detail and imagination that made the first two books in the series great stories are also present in this book.
While there is still plenty of action, adventure and magic in this book, it also has a much greater focus on the their psychic powers.
The battle we have been building towards is here. Areenna and Mikaal have gathered together all the dominions to fight in the final battle against the Dark Masters. In the fight between good vs. evil and to save the people/world of Nevaeh this is their last stand.
Helen McCardle once again does the narration, and she does a great job. Pleasant voice. Clearly spoken. The narration flows smoothly. While there is not much difference between her male and female voices, the character voices are fantastic and easily recognizable. Overall very enjoyable.
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Areenna and Mikaal. I love how they compliment each other.
I like good vs evil fantasy novels like this that don't take themselves too seriously. I thought the narrator did an excellent job. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom for my unbiased review.
A slighty above average Joe
yet another battle heavy, doubt plagued, exasperating, yarn deperately in need of an editor. too many holes left open ostensibly to leave an opening for additional books according to the author's note. lame. feels like he just got tired of this one and said done. ugh. just left me angry and puzzled. all three novels. so repetitive. over and over and over. if I'd been reading this instead of audible listening, I'd have skipped huge swathes of it and missed nothing. lots of useless filler that explained nothing and just left tons of questions. what just happened? a question I asked often during these novels.
Areenna and Mikaal bringing together the ten dominions for one last battle
Yes, Helene McCardle does a great job of bringing life to the characters
The Battle for Navaeh
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