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A Wizard's Soul

Sentinels of Creation, Volume 3
Narrated by: Nick Podehl
Series: Sentinels of Creation, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 54 mins
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Kellan Thorne loves the Christmas season above all else. He plans a well-deserved rest consisting of parties with friends and watching Christmas classics with Shannon. The Sentinel definitely wants to avoid anything more supernatural than the spirits seen by Dicken's Ebenezer Scrooge. However, fate has different plans for Kellan and his Soulborn who find themselves swept up with gods, goddesses, and mantles of immense power.

As the eternal battle between order and chaos continues to play out, Kellan quickly finds himself at odds with forces beyond both his understanding and ability to control. Lucifer weaves new webs of intrigue with which he seeks to entrap both Meghan and Juliet and pits Maurius against Kellan at every turn.

New and familiar allies put their lives on the line as an enigmatic Druid from Kellan's past promises the Sentinel power sufficient to make both the mountains of heaven and caverns of hell quake with fear. Such tremendous strength comes at a price which Kellan and Shannon must decide if they are willing to pay. To safeguard all those he holds dear, Kellan must breach a celestial treasury sealed shut at the dawn of creation and pull forth a wizard's soul.

©2018 Robert W. Ross (P)2018 Robert W. Ross

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Brilliant story from a brilliant author.

I'm a huge fan of this series and Robert does a brilliant job in creating a thoroughly engaging world and enchanting characters. Even extras who only appear for a scene or two manage to leave an impression, giving you the sense that you're experiencing a real world we might just not know about.

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surprising

This whole series has been impressive. anyone who is an avid listener knows Nick delivers as a reader...always. They books themselves are all very good. Witty characters, plenty of action but keeps a story line going. Nick sounded like he even had fun with this one.

if you are like me and have so many books in your library that you buy more misses than hits these days, you just found a series worth getting. I normally go for books 20+ hours but these are totally worth it. Nice job both Robert and Nick.

side note: they mention in one of the books that Nick meets with the writer alot to get a feel for characters personalities and such. apparently this isn't common. I think it really shows in the delivery.

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  • Oz
  • 01-19-19

love it.,. more please

can't say enough good things about this author and his books ... recommend to all reading this review

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White Christmas; No Scrooges Allowed! Excellent!

Kellan Thorne continues his quest as the Sentinel of Order kicking ass and taking names. His learning is only hampered by his eidetic mind that holds not only everything he knows/heard/read and experienced but by mass amounts of pop culture references which makes it hard for him to concentrate at times. Along with his cast of friends and the Christmas season – you know it’s going to be awesome when White Christmas, Grinch, and Elf movies are competing against saving Michael and his “girlfriend angel”, Merlin, and seeing the birth of Thor and so much more.

Robert Ross has an amazing mind as he captures his audiences’ imagination and attention. Throughout the series and more so in this book he’s juggling a host of characters which he so easily mixes them together to create action yet allows them their own space/individuality and we get this delightful masterpiece! Full of action, suspense, and twists!

I am delighted there are more audiobooks to the series forthcoming because the time traveling, character creations and just Kellan’s ability to get into trouble makes this a powerfully awesome series. This third book is by far the best but only because the foundation has been laid and character development was done in the first two books, now Ross gets to have fun and fun he did with the most amazing storyline yet.

The narrator, Nick Podehl is amazing. He has taken on the “mantle” of Kellan and delivers a narration that is amazing! He can even sing – as a female! I enjoy hearing Podehl’s talented voice as he brings not only Kellan but Aries, Meghan, Shannon, Juliet, Michael, Satan and more to life.

I highly recommend this series to anyone who enjoys pop culture, adventure, suspense, and fun – lots of fun! Don’t let the epic length of this audiobook be daunting – trust me, it passes quickly and one can only lose oneself in the story. One has a very hard time shutting it off for other things like eating, hanging out with your kids or parents, or holding a meeting. So beware! You will be hooked from the first minute.

There were no issues with the quality or production of this audiobook. It was clear and well done.

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  • Robert
  • MARIETTA, GA, US
  • 07-25-18

Amazing story and narration. I'm a big fan.

This series is one of my favorites, not only do I have every physical book but also have every audiobook. The storyline, writing, and narration demonstrate attention to detail and a lot of hard work. I especially like that the story shows the good, bad and a lot of grey as each character works to find their way.

If you are a person that likes a good story then start with the first book and work your way through the series. You will not be disappointed.

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Keep a box of tissues

Whether you're laughing hysterically, mourning a character's misfortune, or you have a soft spot for cute stuff and romance, this book will probably make you cry. Worth reading. Can't wait for the next installment.

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  • Nando
  • Dayton, Ohio, United States
  • 05-28-18

What a Wedding.

They sometimes say that an author draws on life to create the stories that are written. Hmmm, is this how you got married Ross? Another fabulous book glad to hear I have 4 more to get through. Looking forward to going through your catalog.

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Enthralling story, masterfully composed...

I’ve been following the Sentinels stories since Vol 1. They get better and better and Wizard’s Soul is the best thus far. The author has created a world and cast of characters so engrossing that I’m more than a little sad to see them go when the books conclude. I’m a huge fan of fantasy and all of it’s sub genres. There are flecks of Robert Jordan, Sanderson, even Rothfuss, but this author is doing something truly unique, wonderful, and captivating. Additionally, you don’t need to wait 20-30 chapters for a mind numbing boring build up for action and conflict to begin. He shoves you head first into the melee and it’s full throttle through and through. He also draws on legendary and historical fictional and scifi / fantasy characters that I love and get me to the edge of my seat. A well rounded and all encompassing work of brilliance and I am impatiently awaiting the next installment. Hurry it up!

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Demons Run When a Good Man g--aaand I'm shot.

That title would've worked without alteration too, but whatevs.

Book three in this series is still going strong! I have left review on the other two as well because I marathoned these in roughly a week. Let me just say they were all well worth the credit. There is an uncanny ability for this series to start with LITERAL big G god and creation and still manage to effectively raise stakes and climax from book to book. I will say that despite the fact this third book brings us even more interaction with The Goblin Prince of Lies(see what I did there?) He isn't unlikeable. It's really more of a Voldemort/Umbridge situation. I should dislike him, but I really just..well I'll let you figure out how Umbridge is in this book.

The stakes are higher here, and we get to see Kellan brought more into the realm of Mantles and other powerful players, simultaneously being seen on their playing field, while nowhere near on their level. We also get to see Meghan and Juliet and other side charcters have active and developed lives, making them people as opposed to background props for the main character to utilize as necessary.

I'm thoroughly excited for more.

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so much life for one book

all I have to say is it really did seem like the characters has a life of Their Own

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  • Danielle Allan
  • 11-30-18

best thing ever

Its brilliant, read it. theres so much pop culture, jokes and brilliant moments and Nick is the best narrator I've ever listened to