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Path of Tears

Saga of the Wolf, Book 2
Narrated by: Tim Bruce
Series: Saga of the Wolf, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 15 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (297 ratings)

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Onneron is no longer at peace. Preparations for war have begun. There are rifts within the College and the Church. Both factions need to adapt to the ever-changing world and find their new place within it.

Treace is sent into enemy territory to find the key to unlocking more powerful magic that could help save thousands of lives.

But he isn't the only one looking for the key.

New friends and enemies alike will emerge that will test Treace's courage, skill, determination, and loyalty. As events unfold, Treace will be forced to make decisions that place his life, and the lives of the people he cares about, at stake.

The Saga of The Wolf continues with the second book in the epic series, Path of Tears.

©2016 Kris A. Hiatt (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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Have you ever read a story that has a hero that is consistently stupid? Consistently beaten by minor, piddling characters with rudimentary tricks? Consistently so naive that the story is not even believable? The end of the first book and this book seem to be determined to wreck any interest in the main character Treace. The first 3/4 of the story seemed to be developing a brilliant and capable hero. It seems the writer could not develop a conflict that was compatible with the level of hero she was creating so she simply dumbed him down. The villains are consistently smarter, more pragmatic and worse of all, more deserving to win than the supposed good guys. The villains routinely out work the good guys who spend all their time in useless contemplation or drinking and playing then seem confused when they get their asses handed to them over and over. After a time, you lose all empathy for a group of idiots defeated soundly over and over again by a group that actually is better organized, harder working, and more committed. It would actually be insulting for these idiots to suddenly win after all this excessive idiocy and endless moral equivocation.

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I loved the first book even with the impossible things the MC could do. It was a fun book and I have listened to it more than once. Book 2: Wow what a difference! I was so bored I made it over 6 hours hoping things would get better and we could get back to the MC story line and have more fun. Nope. The story drones on with so much time given to other characters that the MC is lost almost as if he is just an afterthought. I could not listen anymore and just quit to find another book that could keep my interest. With well over 400 titles in my library I have written very few reviews but I waited so long for the 2nd book and am so very disappointed in it I hope to let others that felt the same as I did know ahead of purchase. BE WARNED!

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Ok little children..I will tell you a story

This book has a great story and characters. It's the narrator I hate. I feel like I'm listening to a whimsical children's tale told in a singsong tone. It's hard to take the book seriously.

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You need to describe your characters.

Character development is almost completely missing from the 20 or so male adult characters in and around the magic school. So you have no identifying marks or backstory concerns or any way of knowing who’s who since none have memorable names either. In print letters & initials help with this, but in audio it’s just a dozen muttered noises we don’t have any investment in. So when they speak “intrigue dialog” for entire chapters... without us knowing what they look like mind you... you’re just exhausted. I’m done. I didn’t want to fill in the necessary pages of this book. That’s what we pay writers for.

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Nope. Nope. Nope.

Completely unrealized potential. Main character was a psychological and emotional dumpster fire.Don't buy this Book.

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I’m sorry

If you spent money on this book you we’re robbed! If you were paid it wasn’t enough!

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its a great book, and kept a good story line conti

its a great listen and kept a good story line continued, i plan to get the next book in the series. wish book two was a bit longer

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Looking forward to hear the next book 👌 great

Listened while working cant wait to next book in the series great narrator good story

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Just a bunch of weak people.

This story could be good, the author is literally the worst at describing how people would react in crisis... the characters surrounding the main character are just weak and pathetic as people, I don't want to listen to a story where they just suck... at least make it realistically weak, you can't respect people who are cowards. Also, they have a mysterious drive to finish their missions, where in reality, they can't even find the moral courage to either stand up for themselves or others.

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BORING GARBAGE! Sad too the 1st one was good.

Sooo boring, what happened did the aurthor lose a bet. I enjoyed the 1st book it was well written, but this book did NOTHING but put me to sleep with it's predictably. The characters weren't interesting at all. Glad I can get a refund. Geez so disappointed.

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  • Tauren
  • 07-28-17

doesn't live up to the promise of book 1

slow repetitive and full of cliche, main characters condtsly explain what they just did or obvious motivations none talk in a natural way I hated this book

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  • Caz in Maspalomas
  • 03-03-17

Boring

Sorry but I really did not enjoy rhis book. It was slow, muddled and I thought the author lost his way in the middle.

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  • D. Haywood
  • 02-28-17

Not as good as book one

I felt the story was not as strong and I cannot determine if the narrator made the characters soft or whether the story made them so. It just seemed that the characters did not appreciate they were in danger when they obviously were and thus were not dynamic enough in their actions to resolve their situation

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