Dark Knights
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  • 1
    The Saber of Dromand Kaas | Christopher Blythe Bartram

    The Saber of Dromand Kaas

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 12 mins)
    • By Christopher Blythe Bartram
    • Narrated By Jason Paton
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    Discover the power of the dark side with this story with a strong female leading character. Prepare to have what you think you know about the dark side and life in general suddenly be put into question as the kid gloves get taken off. Follow the path of Duplex Agen. Those who are weak on the light side who fear falling to the dark side may want to stay away from this book, for it will corrupt!

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    Dark Knights of Kaas City: Volume 2 | Christopher Blythe Bartram

    Dark Knights of Kaas City: Volume 2

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 50 mins)
    • By Christopher Blythe Bartram
    • Narrated By Kelly Morgan
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    The world we live in is black and white. Perhaps with a little gray in between. What we have grown up to believe to be white has been taught to us, whether it was by our parents, schools, the media, or government-endorsed advertisements. So, then, is it not possible that what we have been led to believe to be white could in fact be black? Grayish even?

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    Liberation of Rriban: Dark Knights, Book 3 | Christopher Blythe Bartram

    Liberation of Rriban: Dark Knights, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 56 mins)
    • By Christopher Blythe Bartram
    • Narrated By Jason Paton
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    The third book in the Dark Knights series, Liberation of Rriban, continues the story of Duplex Agens and her apprentice Biaci as they strive to take on the Republic to fight back and reclaim the lost planet. The first book put into question what we believe to be right or wrong. The second book takes the listener further in asking perhaps if there is no right or wrong, good or evil; maybe it is just a matter of perception or what side of a country border you live on.

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