Warlock Sagas
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  • 1
    Instruments of War: The Warlock Sagas, Volume One | Larry Correia

    Instruments of War: The Warlock Sagas, Volume One

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Larry Correia
    • Narrated By Gabra Zackman
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    Makeda , Supreme Archdomina of House Balaash, is known throughout the Iron Kingdoms for her leadership of the mighty Skorne Empire, but it was not always so… Before the coming of the Skorne Empire into the west, Makeda was little more than the second child of a great house, but through her will, determination, and adherence to the code of hoksune, she rose above all others. For the first time the secrets of both Makeda and her people are revealed in the tale of their epic struggle for honor and survival in Instruments of War.

    Not like his first two series

    Larry Correia is my favorite author, but this book isn't my cup of tea. That said, it is exciting, peppered with a bit of very dry humor, and vivid. ..Show More »

    Reviewed on February 11 2014 by georgiamom (Georgia)
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    Mutagenesis: The Warlock Sagas, Vol. Two | Orrin Grey

    Mutagenesis: The Warlock Sagas, Vol. Two

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Orrin Grey
    • Narrated By Ray Porter
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The dire legend of Thagrosh Hellborne began in cold and darkness... Thagrosh has known nothing but bondage and grueling labor for all his adult life. Prisoners of Khadoran slavers, he and the other ogrun of his village have spent their lives toiling in the lightless depths of a mine. Yet Thagrosh and his brother Vargal have a plan to escape their misery and flee to the nearby nation of Rhul. When their bid for freedom is discovered, Thagrosh is forced to escape alone into the wilderness once again.

    Brutality and Darkness Skillfully Interwoven

    Fans of Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, and fantasy RPG games will love this. Orrin Grey uses 4 characters to tell a daring tale of escape, loyalty, and ..Show More »

    Reviewed on June 27 2016 by ArcaneBard ()