• City of Steel

  • Chaos Awakens, Book 3
  • By: Heath Pfaff
  • Narrated by: Paul J. McSorley
  • Length: 9 hrs and 59 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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By: Heath Pfaff
Narrated by: Paul J. McSorley
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The world of men is crashing to an end. Xandrith has been stricken down, his body and mind corrupted in his attempt to gather aid for his world - and his friends have been lost, cast to the winds amidst the turmoil. What hope remains when all the land is crawling with darkness, and the few remaining survivors have been driven deep into the metallic clutches of man's last standing fortress?

Only the City of Steel remains, and all eyes have fallen on this last bastion of sanity, but can it withstand the rage of the troll's god? Find out in City of Steel, the sequel to Crown of Steel and Servant of Steel, and the final novel in the Chaos Awakens trilogy.

©2014 Heath Pfaff (P)2015 Heath Pfaff

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Excellent ending to a terrific trilogy

I think this trilogy was outstanding. It is hard to believe that this author has such a imagination. His first trilogy "The Hungering Saga" introduced us to that creative imagination but this story shows us that he has a great variety too. If you enjoy a good fantasy story I highly recomend this book.

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