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Death Incarnate

Aegis of Merlin Series, Book 8
Narrated by: Joe Hempel
Series: The Aegis of Merlin, Book 8
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
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The end is here. For centuries, the governments of the world have kept the half-elf Morgana locked in a prison where she couldn't use her magic. Now, her fanatical followers are on the verge of setting her free.    

Meanwhile, the best hope of defeating her is trapped in an inter-dimensional library unaware of the chaos engulfing the Alliance.    

Can Conryu escape the enchanted library in time to save the world and the people he cares about?    

Win or lose, nothing will be the same.

©2017 James E. Wisher (P)2018 Tantor

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amazing

just as amazing as the resr of the series. sad it ended already but highly recommend this book.

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Wow !

I have enjoyed all 7 books in this series, thank you for ride.
I hope to see more of our hero in the future.

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Epic Series

This series was interesting and more funny than a lot of books I've listened to lately. I would recommend this book for just about anyone it's really worth the cash or credits.

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Strong Start, Great Series, Simplistic Ending.

The narrator did a great job reading and spoke very clearly.
I liked the ending for this series.
It stayed focused on what happened to the main character. Expanding the story or ending to learn about characters like Morgana or Kai before and after the events of this story would have been interesting. But that would have spread the focus of the story too wide. It would be great to see a sequel like the elves somehow returning, with the focus on those characters.

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Great Book!!

I laughed, I cheered, and I cried. All of the best elements in a great book.
Thank you for sharing your talent with us.

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Brilliant just brilliant

I own every book I hope it keeps going i will listen again... Nice work

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This whole series is just your token Gary Stu.

It's terrible. The whole series. Strongest wizard ever, super cool guy, no faults, learns everything instantly, doesn't have anything holding him back from learning the strongest spells unlike every other wizard in existence. Need I go on?

The narration is fine.

Everything else is junk.

The setting is current times with current tech, plus magic. The caveat is that only women can be wizards.
UnTiL nOw! Yawn. This was the first red flag. Then the whole series turned into a red flag.

Since it's current times, you'd think the dialogue would be natural. It's not. The whole cast speaks prim and proper instead of using common parlance. "Shall we go?" "I shall do what I must." etc. It's ridiculous. The entire dialogue is canned and formal.

Everything is cliche. Nothing is original. Here's the plot for each book: Boy is stronger than anyone. Something happens. Boy gets better with barely any hurdle. Boy overcomes something. Boy monologues his victory. Rinse and repeat, over and over, down to the last sentence of the series.

With all this cliched poppycock around, you ask, perhaps it's full of humor to make up for it?

No. I chuckled one time in seven books. It's meant to be serious. But, like, serious for 5th graders. Except the target audience is adults. Confused? Yes. It's a completely naive series.

Don't waste your time, you already know this story; and it isn't a good one.

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best fantasy story in a long time.

this is possibly one of the best fantasy stories I've read/ listened to , in a long time it's up there with Lord of the Rings, Chronicles of Narnia, Harry Dresden and even Harry Potter. the way magic is explained is truly fascinating. I would recommend this book to anybody who likes magic and fantasy.

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grate book and a grate story from start to finish

I really enjoyed this series it was a fun ride all the way from impossible wizard to death incarnate the only thing I wish is up there were more books that continued from this one

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Better than harry potter!!!

loved this final book in the series as much as the rest. so exciting throughout and excellent characters. Conreu was perfect role and narrator did excellent.

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bleh

question is this the last book i hope it isn't i love this series? anyone have any clue?