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Zohar, an ancient land of sand and splendor, rallies for its last stand. The genocidal Aelarian Empire sends its legions to destroy the small desert kingdom. King Epher and his band of rebels stand against a fire they cannot extinguish. And it is Claudia herself, once Epher's paramour, who leads the legions tasked with killing him.

Across the sea, in the Empire's capital, a cruel new emperor has seized power. Atalia Sela, once the leader of a barbarian horde, now fights in the arena as a gladiator. Ofeer Sela, once a concubine and now a rebel, seeks to free her sister. Meanwhile, Seneca and Valentina, the children of fallen dynasties, still battle for the city, and their inevitable clash draws near.

Around the Encircled Sea, warlords, rebels, and legionaries battle for dominance. Sometimes it seems like the fire will always burn. Yet heroes still rise, fighting for a dream of peace, for memories of solace, and for lingering echoes of light.

©2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc. (P)2017 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Plebian Ending to an otherwise grand tale. Too many aspects remain unrequited. Hoping for more than "life goes on. "

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great narrator horrible series

1st. the narrator did a great job
2nd. the author had great ideas but didn't excute it properly.
3rd. this series sucked. I listen to all 6 books ( Dallas blizzard) and I have returned off of them
spoilers... only 2 main characters actually had development. korin and Seneca. seneca became the only interesting character cause he struggled, learned from mistakes and tried to be better I actually liked the guy by the end and felt bad for him. Korin was always true to his character he never repeated mistakes and struggled with becoming someone he isn't.
4th everything about the light, magic, god and how special is the city. didn't mean shit when the magic doesn't help. mya the apparent savior of the zohar people died for bring stupid.ephlam the last king. kept making stupid decisions, contradicting himself and whine. omg this series had all the characters whine about BS. outside of korin. just don't water your money on this series