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When darkness comes, there is no knowing who will carry the light and stand against it.

Aaron and his companions have been saved from Kevlane's creatures only to find themselves in the power of the Akalians, a shadowy group of warriors many believe aren't men at all, but creatures of nightmare bent on blood and death.

But not all the shadows' secrets are evil ones, and allies are often found in the unlikeliest of places.

In Baresh, the tournament has begun, and the ancient mage, Kevlane, adds more twisted creatures to his army, fashioning a force the likes of which the world has never seen.

Meanwhile, Grinners sows seeds of distrust in Perennia, turning the city against its would-be saviors, against itself. As suspicion spreads, neighbor turns against neighbor, friend against friend. Blades are drawn in dark alleyways and well-lit taverns alike, and the world's last bastion of hope totters on the brink of destruction, a knife held at its own throat.

If Perennia is to be saved from the approaching threat, then its salvation will come not from great kings or queens, but at the hands of ordinary men and women, many whose hands are long-stained with the blood of innocents.

©2019 Jacob Peppers (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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can't finish this book or series....

it's like he took 7 short stories and padded it out with bad long conversation and boring details to make 7 books. the story is not bad. but stretched out to without adding story just words..





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Good intro to the ending

This had kind of a plot twist. I like the new characters. I lite too predictable and way did everyone suddenly fall in love? But sill Aaron keep fighting both mentally and physically and that's what I'm here for.

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Too slow

After the other books , this was like moving through a very dry desert. All of it could have been covered in a few chapters.

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  • Poppey
  • 07-01-20

There is No Getting Ready for What is Coming

In Baresh, let the Games begin. In Perennia, Grinner sows the seeds of betrayal that will, he hopes, damn the city by setting brother against brother, friend against friend. May and Hale have been thrown in the dungeons and nothing good will come from it.

This has stepped up a notch and is really good at the moment. I am still not sold on the narration, but am glad I stuck with it.

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  • Kaylia
  • 01-11-20

Another great book!

amazing and funny, I definitely give the author 10 out 10. the series of the books just keep getting better and better can't wait for the next one. the only one I wish is that the book's were longer. I absolutely love listening to this narrator and he has done another great job.