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Publisher's Summary

In the first book, Hadjar lost it all. His body ruined, parents dead, and his title of Prince replaced by a slave collar. It seemed like Primus had deprived him of everything.  

But no one can take away a man's will to fight. Even if his heart turns into a bleeding stone due to endless grief and suffering, it won't matter. The most important thing was that he still had the will to go on. The thought of taking revenge on his family's murderers gave him the strength to survive.  

After receiving a piece of the mighty Dragon's heart, he regained his strength and enlisted in the army, where he made real friends and fought by their side in many battles. He started harnessing his new power and acquiring great knowledge.  

Hadjar has already had many adventures, but this is only the beginning of his great journey, full of magical mysteries, palace intrigues, epic battles, tempestuous love and the cultivation of his power....

©2019 Kirill Klevanski (P)2020 Tantor

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Gahhh!!! I want the next book now!

Amazing, this is a great series, waiting for the next book with eager anticipation!! won’t regret spending credits on this one but start with the beginning book one!

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damn

this book was slow to start, had quite a lot of story to it. but worth the full read to the end. really good ending

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horrible ending

killing off Nero and sarah and he's portrayed as a traitor. never sees his sister again as she waits at their meeting spot twice a year for hundreds of years. wtf kind of ending is that? wish I never even started the series.

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1st book was great 2nd book was ok, this was meh.

So getting revenge means you need to come up with another target for revenge or you have no reason to live. stupid. also never liked the idea of all the main character's friends and loved ones dieing just to make it clear that he has nothing to live for but revenge.

I might be done with this. I enjoy this type of world but the main character's outlook on life and the way he approaches it is depressing. Why read a fictional story like that?

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this continues to be a fantastic series

Really enjoying this series. It continues to have a great story line, with unique support characters and an enjoyable path for the MC. I hope that Kevin Collins stays the narrator of this series as he's done such a great job so far. I do wish the opposition characters had a little more variety in the "I'm mad, let's fight" voices. The "lower your voice and yell" voice that's associated with everyone makes it tough in larger fights. It would nice to hear more variety. That said, I'm certain none of us can really understand how difficult narration is and I hope Collins continues to be the narrator of this and many other series.

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just do it

one of the best series I've listened to so far. just listen to it, trust me

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Halfhearted

Kevin T. Collins holds up to his standard narration. The only issue I have is I dislike how he portrays people screaming. It sounds a little silly.

The main reason for this review is this book feels so halfhearted. It almost gives off the impression that the author decided to foreshadow future events in book 1 and 2, without knowing really what those events were (I’m trying my hardest not to spoil anything for a new reader). They introduce a whole new character that’s never been seen or mentioned even once in the entire series so far, and somehow he’s extremely important to the main characters betrayal.

This whole book genuinely felt like halfway through the author got tired of writing and just started throwing things in there to make the story move along faster.

I’m hoping the next books will redeem this one.

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Wow... just wow.

Cant say I was ever moved to write a review, but I can also say I’ve never listened to a book that moved me to tears. Well Done.

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Awesome series

If you love adventure then this is you lucky day. Get it today without delay

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Dragon Ball Z in long drawn out format.

looks like the author was in love with dragon ball Z. The entire series has been a long running AAAHHHH!!!! power up montage. if you can get beyond the constant references that the world is driven by personal power ups then the story is ok. like most writers that take on this type of all powerful destructive aura's he ignores that with wide spread destruction and only normal construction methods the world would be a flat desert and everyone would starve to death. but if you can ignore the constant references to this type of fight then the story is ok slow but ok.

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  • 08-06-20

hard to støp reading


can't wait to follow the story fiurther..................
great story .....loved the first 3 books......

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  • james mcadam
  • 06-30-20

epic

what a emotional rollercoaster that's was loved it made me laugh made me cry .what a great addition to the series carnt wait for the next one

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  • David
  • 11-18-21

Gave up after 185 chapters.

i had hoped for this overhyped mediocre novel to get better. Unfortunately it went from barley tolerable to worhtless.

I am glad i did not pay for this and will be returning this for a refund of my credits.

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  • chefrock
  • 07-02-20

so good i phoned in sick

a brilliant sequel to an amazing series and im sure book 4 is just round the corner.......................... right

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  • Xravia
  • 07-05-20

A story so unlikely that fate had to be the excuse

All that build up for fate to write the third act!

Instead of meeting Nanny for the location of the sword they literally did the falling down a hole into a fortuitous encounter again!

Hajar could have died 10000 times but fate had his back, in a period where he doesn't have the neural network he devised a pseudo Lulouch V Britannia sacrifice with literally millions of variables that if it didn't turn out that way he would have been screwed. In fact the fact that he was imprisoned for 9 days or the governor was a spirit knight or the fact that he was about to agree to Neros plan or the fact that he exhausted himself just facing the king should have doomed the pan as well. + how he just said no I will not die and then didn't die killed my interest in the series.