Shaeda has one blue eye and one purple eye. No one fully knows her story, but her mere gaze eats away at the core of one's being. In his quest for power, Johnis now finds himself in her intoxicating grip. Assumed identities, a magic amulet, control of the fearsome Shataiki bats, and a troubling alliance with the Dark Priest all converge against the three remaining chosen. Only Elyon knows what will happen when the forces of ultimate good and evil clash in their final battle.
Dive deep into this epic conclusion to the Lost Novels - if you dare!
©2009 Ted Dekker; (P)2009 Oasis Audio
I am mid-book right now and really like ELYON. This is a good book. There are so many characters that i had to listen to the beginning several times to catch all the characters names and their roles; but now i 'got it' and following it well! :)
The last two books of this series were EXTREMELY hard to get through. I wanted to know the end of the story. I was disappointed with the direction. It as if Ted started us on a journey but forgot why we started and where we were going. Ending was anti climatic and pointless. I was actually finding myself becoming annoyed at the Vampire character. That story line was unnecessary. Why leave Thomas and the Guard completely out? Also why not bring back Bilos?
it droned on forever in what could have been done in about 4 hrs instead of 7.
he was ok
The ledon possessing our hero was way, way way too whiney and annoying for such a "powerful being" by the 100th "Paatience, my Chosen Onnneee," I was ready to scream "just kill the thing already!"
Narrator ok, story great. Exciting & packed full of action, we are taken through the book with our usual characters & taken to battle after battle as Decker hurls us to an earth - shattering climax towards the end with a wonderful conclusion. More please - The Hoard are definitely here! And so, thankfully, is Elyon!
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