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Forge of Ashes

By: Josh Vogt
Narrated by: Dina Pearlman
Length: 9 hrs and 52 mins
4 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)
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Years ago, the dwarven warrior Akina left her home in the Five Kings Mountains to fight in the Goblinblood Wars. Now at long last she’s returning home, accompanied by Ondorum, her silent companion of living stone. What she finds there is far from what she remembers: a disgraced brother, an obsessive suitor, and a missing mother presumed dead. Yet the damage runs deeper than anyone knows, and when Akina’s brother is kidnapped by ancient enemies from the legendary Darklands, she and Ondorum must venture below the surface—and into danger as old as the stones themselves.
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great dwarven story

this is a fun dive into dwarven culture. the main characters are compelling and fun. the contrast between a barbarian and a monk are a nice touch as well.

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it was a really well done story

it was very interesting the only things i didnt like was that most of the creatures in it where from D and D and not pathfinder.

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  • 11-22-17

Full of Action, not as much plot

This was a fun read, and a fun listen, as I checked out the audiobook. The book was full of action, full of fighting. However, the plot seemed a little thin as well as the emotions. I do think this is a trend of the "Role-Playing" books, as I've noticed Dungeons and Dragons to often be the same way. It may be the publisher telling the author to have a battle every x amount of pages, since most gamers love the battles. Overall, though, it was a really enjoying read.