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Bastion of Darkness

Narrated by: Lloyd James
Length: 10 hrs and 28 mins
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Twice the combined might of Ynis Aielle's greatest heroes and wizards has hurled back the demon armies of Morgan Thalasi. Always the BlackWarlock has rebounded, stronger and more evil. But never has he wielded such power as now. With the Staff of Death, Thalasi can raise a new army from out of the very ground---soldiers who cannot be killed because they are already dead.

As the Black Warlock and his fearsome general - the foul wraith that was once Hollis Mitchell - prepare a devastating attack, the humans and elves of Ynis Aielle are staggered by a fresh calamity. The beautiful Rhiannon, daughter of the Emerald Witch, has been captured by Mitchell and given over to his dark master. Now the last hope of defeating Thalasi - and Rhiannon's last hope as well - lies at the heart of a mountain that is guarded by a dragon as old as the world itself.

©2000 R.A. Salvatore (P)2010 Tantor

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The ending seemed Rushed and not up to par with how the rest of the book was written in such great detail but a great story none the less!!!

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  • Nick
  • 10-01-10

delivers

I love this author, I have read the vast majority of his plentyfull offerings. Not so many titles available in audiobook format.

Once again the authors gripping writing style delivers a book, a trilogy in fact, that is breathtaking in the descriptions, and epic in its content.

the only slight let down is the occasional falterings of teh narrator, but otherwise well worth a listen!

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