Penta Ka Wa: The Dark Gift

The Penta Series, Book 1
Narrated by: David Hunsdale
Series: The Penta Series, Book 1
Length: 10 hrs and 6 mins
4.8 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Penta was a horseman of great renown - some might even say he was legendary. Now in his retiring years, he is ready to watch the setting sun from the porch with his wife of many decades. But when unexpected violence takes her and everything from Penta, he must learn how to survive as an unwilling vampire.

Set in the fantastical world of Kinthur and filled with magic and heroes, Penta’s journey will take him across strange lands and encounters with creatures of darkness and light. He must now find a balance between the man he once was and the growing darkness that now lives within him calling for blood and power.

©2019 Trevor Jones (P)2019 Trevor Jones

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this book was better than I thought it was going to be, I'm actually looking forward to the next one.

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Better than I expected

Another vampire book. Set in the past. Lots of peasants get munched on. But then... it takes a turn. Our vampire is kind. He’s a war hero. It is a better “lord” to his people than others. Magic is real, and he learns it. This is an involved tale that reads more like historical fiction than fantasy in many ways. It tells of good morals and good deeds. We mourn our vampires prior life even as we cheer for him is his struggle to live amongst some pretty evil people. I received this audiobook for free in exchange for a fair review

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Fantastic D&D world brought to life

This was a fantastic listen, the beginning was admittedly a bit slow in the beginning and the narrator was a bit dull at times, more so in the beginning. Over all I was drawn into the world and am looking forward to the next book he writes. This book is a great insight into both the heroes and villains of the story, it makes me want to write my own campaign world for my D&D games. I definitely recommend this book to any table top gamers above all, but this book is great from a fantasy standpoint as well.

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Excellent

This is one of the best books I've read, of this type, since Lord Of The Rings. I look forward to more from this series.

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a Decent vampire book

surprisingly good worth a listen would recommend for viewer Consumption minor plotline holes but not completley cringe worthy

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Loved it didn't want it to end but Bad cover Art

This was a surprise it start a little slow but is interesting enough to keep you engaged. My only criticism is the cover art.I know the author write other books but please dont make me wait for two or three years before book two. If more then a year for a sequel i lose interest.

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  • 09-24-20

Better than I expected

Another vampire book. Set in the past. Lots of peasants get munched on. But then... it takes a turn. Our vampire is kind. He’s a war hero. It is a better “lord” to his people than others. Magic is real, and he learns it. This is an involved tale that reads more like historical fiction than fantasy in many ways. It tells of good morals and good deeds. We mourn our vampires prior life even as we cheer for him is his struggle to live amongst some pretty evil people. I received this audiobook for free in exchange for a fair review