• Enter Oblivion: Epic

  • Chronicles of Cain, Book 2
  • By: John Corwin
  • Narrated by: Austin Rising
  • Length: 12 hrs and 34 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (152 ratings)

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Oblivion and beyond 

Breaking a bargain with a god is impossible, or so they say. 

Which means Hannah is Cthulhu's forever. But she still hasn't learned to use her powers at will and old Tentacle Face isn't happy about it. His minions drop Hannah at Cain's doorstep with orders — make her useful in a month, or she dies. 

Cain isn't sure what's worse — damning her to an eternity serving Cthulhu, or letting her die. No matter what he does, he'll lose her. 

But a wizard and a dwarf have a proposition: Trade Cthulhu something of greater power than a demigoddess. It just so happens they know exactly where to find such a thing — on a dead world the gods abandoned eons ago. 

The world of Oblivion was created before Gaia. A war between the gods destroyed most life and left it a desolate, dangerous wasteland. Hidden somewhere on that world is the lost armory of Hephaestus. It is said to contain super weapons created by the blacksmith of the gods. If Cain can locate it and procure such a weapon, Cthulhu might be willing to make a trade. 

There are others also looking for the armory. Among them are the mechanists, a faction that despises magic and wants to destroy the gods with their own super weapons. Their clockwork devices are unlike anything Cain has faced before, and they're the least of his worries. 

But Hannah saved Cain by trading her freedom for his life, and he'll enter Oblivion itself if it means saving her.

©2020 John Corwin (P)2020 John Corwin

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Great stuff

John Corwin’s random insertions of pop culture references are so funny and pleasantly surprising. Huge fan of this series.

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love

I absolutely love this series.
Bought the first book on a wim, and fell headfirst in love

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……….. ok

i had to knocked some stars for that way he lost the staff i mean dear god really did he forget about ghost walking (aka) teleport…. did he forget HER WHOLE PLAN RELIED ON THE STAFF AND IF HE JUST SLIDES DOWN A FEW FEET HER WHOLE PLAN IS OUT THE F”ING WINDOW OR IF HE FELL SHE DOES NOT GET IT IF HE DIES IT WOULD BE LOST IN HIS BAG OF HOLDING I MEAN REALLY “REALLY” …… i know he needed to lose it because plot but really you can see the god damn puppet strings on that and that way was stupid.


fyi i had to stop on chapter 16 and write this i rolled my eyes so hard needed to see a doctor. i will keep listening.

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Enjoyed it!

I really enjoyed both books and gettingready for the next one! It's been a fantastic journey so far.