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City of Light

The Traveler's Gate Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: Will Wight
Series: The Traveler's Gate Trilogy, Book 3
Length: 15 hrs and 36 mins
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Simon has spent the last six months hunting Incarnations, and has begun to realize that his power alone won't be enough to stop a true enemy.  

Leah is queen over a nation of refugees who were driven from their homes by the fury of Territories gone mad.  

Alin rules his city with an iron fist, imposing the virtues of Elysia on an imperfect population.  

Now, the three must stand united as the balance of the world shifts once more. A greater threat looms, and it has made its presence known....

The Incarnations are missing.

©2014 Will Wight (P)2018 Will Wight

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  • Forest Grove, OR United States
  • 12-27-18

Amazing Story, I enjoyed it start to finish.

I love the character development and the twists and turns of the story. If you enjoy Brandon Sanderson then you'll love this book. Pure Fantasy genius.

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A truly imaginative series

This trilogy is a great ride from start to finish. Engaging characters, crazy locations, and one of my favorite magic systems. (Also incarceration is one of the coolest concepts for magic system, as well as a story aspect)

I can’t recommend this book series enough.

Thanks will.

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definition of narrator needed

great book to read but the narrator sucks. spend some money get a professional narrator

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Great 3 book series

Very good series. Quickly comes together. Creates a fabric and leaves so much room for more while giving you an ending.
Very Happy with every Wight series.

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Greatseries. Performance improved yet again bk 3

Great story, characters, and world. Another Win for Wight. Would love to visit these characters again.

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Was expecting something less. Happy surprise.

Don't let that headline fool you. I absolutely freakin loved the Cradle series. A lot. I've read it several times through. It's amazing. I want to read the sea and shadow thing he has as well, but it's not on Audible yet so I can't. My eyes suck. So I seen this series. Didn't take the plunge until recently because I seen that the author narrated it and I was scared it would suck. It doesn't. He has a Wil Wheaton thing going on. If you're reading this Wight you should listen to that guys stuff and take how he does emotional moments. That's the only thing I think Mr. Wight lacked a bit of. He just didn't emote as well as I think he really can. That isn't something he does that is worth taking points for though. When I first started the series I almost quit because I didn't like the "magic" system at all. Don't like summoning. At all. The user has no power. Just the things they summon. Very distasteful. For me. Glad I stayed with it. They aren't really summoners so I would have quit for no reason. This series is wonderful and I really hope he puts out all his others on Audible as well because so far everything this man has written is gold. Seriously really good stuff that is more than worth the money or credit.

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best in the trilogy.

this book is all action. the downtime happens in the first two books. honestly I think the three books together would make a satisfactory novel. the author improves at both reading and writing across the series.

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A fantastic book

I think the end of this book is perfect end to the opening trilogy.
The author also massively improved his reading in this book over the other two.

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End of a brilliant trilogy!

This has to be the most underrated trilogy in the genre today. Action, wit, comedy and no need to debase his audience with the salacious filth encumbering so many of the works of his peers. Literally kept me gripped from beginning to end - both times I listened to it! Will Wight has quickly become my favorite author. If you haven't given his Cradle series a go that is also a must! Another brilliant addition to his resume.

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Good Ending For Humans vs. Titan Epic

This is final book of the trilogy. There were new significant characters introduced that provided a deeper understanding of the history of the Territories and the Incarnations. Even though there was some sad instances, it was interesting to note that all those in a position of power who were responsible for the human sacrifices paid a heavy price, even though it didn't seem that the author took note of it or simply wanted it to be a subtle listener's revelation.

The whole female doll fetish situation reminded me of similarities with Barbie fetishes and got a wee bit creepy at moments but, thankfully, kept itself in check.

Will Wight's writer skills were firing on all eight in this book and his narration performance was the best of all three of the novels.