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A Sellsword's Wrath

The Seven Virtues, Book 2
Narrated by: Steven Brand
Length: 12 hrs and 36 mins
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Aaron Envelar thought a sellsword's life was as dangerous as any life could be.

He was wrong.

Trapped in a conquered city with a reward on their heads, Aaron and his companions must find a way to elude the soldiers pursuing them while he struggles to understand his bond with Co, a magical creature of myth and the Virtue of Compassion. There is power within the bond, power that could help him protect his friends, if he's lucky enough to master it before the darkness within the bond consumes him.

But luck, Aaron knows, is a blade reached for in the dark, the man who grasps it as likely to bleed for his trouble as find the handle.

Stalked by Belgarin's soldiers, Aaron and his companions struggle to find allies before it's too late. But Belgarin's army is not the only danger they face, and even should they escape, even should Aaron master his bond with a legendary creature of magic, they may still fail. They may still die.

For there are other legends in the world, other magic. And not all legends are good ones. Not all magic is benign.

©2018 Jacob Peppers (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Awesome

I can't wait to read more of this guys books. This one I could not put down

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love this book

Trapped in a conquered city with a reward on their heads, Aaron and his companions must find a way to elude the soldiers pursuing them while he struggles to understand his bond with Co, a magical creature of myth and the Virtue of Compassion. There is power within the bond, power that could help him protect his friends, if he's lucky enough to master it before the darkness within the bond consumes him.

But luck, Aaron knows, is a blade reached for in the dark, the man who grasps it as likely to bleed for his trouble as find the handle.

Stalked by Belgarin's soldiers, Aaron and his companions struggle to find allies before it's too late. But Belgarin's army is not the only danger they face, and even should they escape, even should Aaron master his bond with a legendary creature of magic, they may still fail. They may still die.

For there are other legends in the world, other magic. And not all legends are good ones. Not all magic is benign.

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Oh yes

Now this is what I’m talking about. this book was amazing can’t wait to hear more I am so hurt

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Returned it...boring

The first book was OK, so I mindlessly bought the second, but the defects of both books quickly became apparent. Every character tends to express himself in overly flowery language and rambles endlessly, rather than having a style of their own, which gets tedious. Supporting characters don't have much to do except be around for our hero to rescue. The Virtue "Co", while in theory playing a critical role in the story, almost seems like an afterthought throughout much of the book.

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ok

story is decently good. but the narrator is awful. havent heard such a monotone voice before. No inflection between him being stabbed or eating.