Will West is playing a dangerous game. Months after uncovering the sinister Paladin Prophecy plot, Will continues to work with the mastermind behind the project - none other than his own grandfather, Franklin Greenwood. Will cooperates in order to keep his friends safe. But are they really secure in the hands of a madman?
Under constant surveillance, Will and his friends secretly devise a plan to defeat Franklin Greenwood and his Knights of the Charlemagne. The team must enter the Never-Was and find an elusive group of supernatural beings called the Hierarchy. But as the battle approaches, the alliance uncovers old secrets that threaten to tear them apart. Can they protect Earth from the demons beyond? Or will a rogue player destroy them and the world they live in?
Thrilling mystery and electrifying suspense abound in Mark Frost's action-packed Paladin Prophecy series, which is compelling to the very last word.
©2015 Mark Frost (P)2015 Listening Library
This book was a good end to the trilogy. It's nice to see the story all wrapped up. Unfortunately, this book suffers from a rather weak ending. It's like three or four pages were skipped. I wish a revised edition would come out with what happens between the climax and the return home. It's a giant plot hole.
gee & unlay
Book 2 and 3 became another Percy Jackson book. terrible after reading book 1. Was this a new author. what happened to Mark Frost
It left somethings unanswered at the end of the story that would have nice to get some closure on those points. I also feel like they missed a huge opportunity to create some character development and drama between the friends after the reveal of traitor in the group. Overall It was entertaining but it could have been so much better.
After the first and second book I was really excited about the final entry in the series. But after listening to it I am throughly disappointed. It just doesn't live up to what I though it could have been.
No interesting plot twists, no great character development and what's worst is that 90% of the book takes place in an alternate universe with weird rules. In this alternate universe there is for example a battle against intelligent snakes living in a castle. I've nothing against some surrealism - it's a fantasy book after all - but that was just too over the top.
Voice acting was good. I don't have a favorite.
I wasn't really drawn into the story. So, I can't say.
While listening to this book, all I could think of was another book I read where I described it as, "He's just coming up with the worst nightmares possible and throwing them all at us at once." That is a similar sentiment to what I was thinking during this book. Just a whole bunch of nightmarish creatures attacking the kids at once.
Getting past that, nothing new really happens. We find out some interesting things about Will's family in this book, and about Coach's history, and Ajay get's telepathy. Other than that, not much happens. They go into the void or what ever and fight a bunch of monsters. Will and Elise are still in love (Which I still find weird since Elise was supposedly in love already in book 1) and Nick is still an idiot. Not a lot changes and we don't gain a lot from this book. There's also no intrigue like books 1 and 2 had. No mystery or plot, just an adventure. I was actually disappointed in the end.
Chamian does his usual great job and the characters are all still there making this an enjoyable book to listen too, but really in the end it was just blah. I'll look forward to book 4 though as there are a lot of possibilities that he hinted at in book 3 (Like the wrestlers...what on earth is their purpose. He barely mentions them and before you know it the book is over)
Fun and fast paced book. It cleaned it up nicely, but left it open for more books.
love it. lots of suspense. great characters. hopefully there will be a lot more just like it and not tin two years.
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