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Publisher's Summary

Not long ago, Daniel Mahan, known to everyone as Shaman Mahan, thought that he had taken his sixth and final step in the Barliona gameworld. Yet life has other ideas. The Corporation decides to resurrect the Lord of Shadow and his entire host. The Corporation's CEO personally pushes the reset button. Geranika and his Dragon of Shadow spring back to life as, meanwhile, the Corporation makes an offer the Shaman can't refuse.

©2018 V. Mahanenko; English translation copyright 2018 by Boris Smirnov (P)2018 Tantor

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Love the series

Really enjoy the series and Glad we got a 7th book, being said some parts feel rushed as a way to tie up loose ends left at the end of book 6. Personally say this is a great book if you wanted more of the series, but the ending of book 6 felt like the true ending and this was more bonus DLC.

10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Well

This book is all over the place. It was not worth a free credit. Can’t make it through half the book. The mc is nerfed to were every thing he’s done in the frost 6 books means nothing anymore.

14 of 15 people found this review helpful

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Lucky number 7

It's tough to keep a series rolling for 7 books, but Mahanenko manages it. The plots are deeper and the the skullduggery more... duggerish(?). At the same time, the familiar characters are kept bright and lively.

The curtain is pulled way back for a big, big plot reveal. Light shines to show story lines, people and even incidental events from the beginning of the series to now aren't just connected... they're a solid, unbroken whole. This book is one of the most surprising "Ah-Hah!" moments in a story arc that I can recall. If you loved the first 6 and even gave them multiple re- reads like I did, this one will show the amazing amount you probably missed.

The first few books were a rocket-thrill ride dropped into my library. The next few, while still good fun, showed some growing pains. This one is getting back in stride. and I'm happy to see it.


The narrator, Yen, has one of the more consistent voicings over a long series that I've heard and he gets high marks from this picky listener. He has great pacing and solid, distinct characters. He's deft with quick transitions between characters, moods and settings. I can't imagine Mahan with any other voice. I've even been moved to take a chance on a book out of my normal fodder because he narrated it.

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A solid epilogue for Way of the Shaman fans

Clans War is essentially an epilogue to the Way of the Shaman series, you don't have to listen to this. Book VII is more of extra adventure, tying up some loose ends and retreading common ground we explored in the main six audiobooks. Yen's narration is excellent as always, the story is fun if a bit monotonous, and the characters are developed a little bit more. Overall this is well worth checking out if you wanted one last Way of the Shaman adventure, skip it if you felt the series already ended the way you wanted.

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Great read

This series NEEDS to be a movie series! If you have read Ready Player One...this is a must read

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Entertaining but something is missing.

I feel like this is still not the end, although it was good didn't have that urge to want to listen or finish the novel. So 7 out of 10 from me.

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Major Dissapointment

This book felt like a grab bag of confusion. Hours of prep for 2 minutes of finale a middle schooler wrote. I really wish I had stopped listening to this series after book 5. What an enormous let down.

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AMAZING

I loved this series! Such a good story; if you like rpgs, games, or fantasy novels, you'll love this! Incredible plot twists too ;)

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Finally

At last you made Daniel a bit more. I almost gave up on this series. Please make him a bit more of a badass, enough of this weak sh**

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awesome series.

a very special thanks for the translation of this wonderful series. I would highly recommend this to litrpg fans!

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  • Michael
  • 06-18-18

A decent book, but falls short of its predecessors

Ive listed to the entire series and other books by The silly Mahanenko.

listen to this one if you are a huge fan of the previous 6 book in the way of the shaman. Otherwise I would say it's a pass. The narration by Jonathan yen is still first of his class.

Vasily has an excellent writing style and great character driven story telling but has a tendency, in my opinion, to use convenient plot devices to further a story. By this I mean convenient situation and logical leaps not well explained or justified.

The rest of the series is 5 stars because the above is well integrated and explained into a mechanic in the game and some spoilerific details in the other books

It serves to turn the only issue with his books into a strength where everything else is almost perfect.

In this book however the story and explanations falls short and the glaring weakness is amplified.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-08-18

Another Crazy Adventure

Oh Mahan, what do we do with you now?
it seems like a good tag line for this crazy Shaman... Adventure, Quick Decisions and Somewhat thought out Ideas

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  • scobie
  • 05-31-18

so is this the end for clan Wars

is this the end for clan Wars this was the first litrpg that got me into this genre I would really have liked to have seen Man take that first achievement of the guy from the other continent and the end of the book it sounds like there is more to come but then the narrator says this concludes way of the Clans so is there more to come or not

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  • Xravia
  • 05-25-18

Another Great Installment.

The story has a great flow to it with many interesting twists and turns, mixing different story elements clashing in an interesting way.

The main character is witty and charismatic in his own shaman sort of way. It's also fun seeing all the different items from past installment being used again aswell.

Although people might find the end a bit confusing and a bit conflicting. * with the big Creator and 2 sons I hope they will clear it up in another book.

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  • John
  • 05-23-18

Clan Wars book 7

I loved this book from start to finish the Characters a awesome the narrator did a awesome job with the story hope there more books on Audible