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Darkblade Outcast

Hero of Darkness, Book 2
Narrated by: Marc Vietor
Series: Hero of Darkness, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 37 mins
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A 2017 Rone Award winner.

Can a killer escape the evil inside him?

The Hunter has fled his home and the suffering left in his wake. Hoping to cleanse the stain of blood on his hands, he aids travelers beset by bandits only to discover those he saved are warrior clerics on a holy mission to kill him.

Left for dead, he must hunt down the priests to reclaim his stolen birthright and silence the relentless whispers in his mind that hunger for blood and death.

From feared assassin to wretched outcast, the Hunter journeys toward the truth about his forgotten past and the demons he pledged to hunt. But will his discoveries be his salvation, or will they cost him his sanity and even his life?

©2018 Andy Peloquin (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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Great follow-up!

Mr. Peloquin creates a worthy sequel to this amazing series. Throughout this tale, the author begins to slowly pull back the curtain hiding The Hunter's enigmatic past. You'll find a gripping story of friendship and betrayal, loss and triumph, madness and clarity. There's also a nice mystery involving a powerful and secretive group of wizards intent on controlling the city, no matter the cost. Marc Vietor returns with a stellar performance, as usual. Highly recommended!

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