• Eternal Core

  • School of Swords and Serpents, Book 6
  • By: Gage Lee
  • Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
  • Length: 9 hrs and 48 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (62 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The end of Jace's quest is at hand, but so is the end of the mortal world.

Since earning his way into the School of Swords and Serpents, Jace has gained allies, thwarted enemies, and set out to save reality from unraveling. With the end of the Flame's mission in sight, Jace is ready to relax and enjoy his last few years at the school.

But things are not as simple as they appear.

Jace has lost a year of his life. His most trusted friends have scattered to the ends of the Earth. And the enemy that pushed him down the Eclipse Warrior's path is back with a vengeance.

With the odds stacked against him, Jace soon learns that he has only one chance to save the Grand Design and restore order to the world. He'll have to push himself to the final level of advancement and become the Eternal Core.

Even if it kills him.

Eternal Core is the final book in the best-selling School of Swords and Serpents series. Filled with cultivation magic, powerful enemies, and epic battles against impossible odds, this is the final step in Jace's legendary quest.

©2021 Shadow Alley Press (P)2021 Shadow Alley Press

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The end?

I was kind of surprised that this series seemingly wrapped up with this book. Things felt a little rushed at times and I was playing catch-up because this book contains alternate realities and time travel. There was a lot of advancement which was regally cool. There were some epic battles, too. The narration throughout the series was solid.

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Pleased

The overall for this book series is pleasing. From the start to the end it had a few cool concepts and things I wouldn't have even thought of.

I only took a star off because I felt the main characters could have had their powers developed more through their abilities and by the time they reached the advanced levels should have been a true force of nature but their abilities seemed underwhelming.

I am glad for a great ending to a series. A lot of these fantasy books have terrible endings to great series. way of the shaman series was amazing but the ending was so underwhelming

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Great book!

The end made it all worth it, and a lot of questions are answered at the end.

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awesome

great resolution, it made me feel all warm and fuzzy inside at the end part.

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Provided closure Yet Felt Very Rushed

Excellent ending to a series. It did feel rushed yet tied up the loose ends very well.