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Acclaimed author Sam Sykes returns with the exhilarating conclusion to his Bring Down Heaven trilogy.

The great demon Khoth-Kapira has broken free of his prison and taken his first step upon the mortal world. And he owes it all to Lenk. Believing that the demon will heal a broken world that the gods have abandoned, Lenk serves as reluctant champion to Khoth-Kapira's cause. But as the desperate and fearful flock to Khoth-Kapira's banner, begging for salvation, Lenk begins to doubt his patron's great designs.

The city of Cier'Djaal, meanwhile, has become the field for the last great battle of mortals. And as humans, shicts, and tulwar prepare to tear each other apart, none are aware of the ancient horror that marches upon their tiny wars. At the tip of a spear or beneath the heel of demons, the reign of mortals ends.

©2017 Sam Sykes (P)2017 Recorded Books

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  • CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, PA, US
  • 07-18-18

Fantastic Finish

Sam Sykes has finished a glorious series with a perfect end. This book is a perfect climactic finish to this series as it sees Lenk and Co. thrown back together to where it all started. If that sound cliche, that's the only thing as we have heroes that are deeply flawed and a love that's rarely seen in fantasy novels. Go back and start at the beginning and enjoy this whole series!

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