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New problems bring new opportunities. After escaping the attack on Varna, Rav, Ari, and friends begin converting an ancient arena into a home defensible against the Weatherblight. For the first time in his life, Ari understands what it means to be a part of a real community.
 

But establishing a new frontier town brings with it a new set of responsibilities. He’s needed as a leader, a cornerstone of the newly growing settlement. He’s needed as a man, to give comfort and intimacy to the women he loves.
 

He’s needed as Lord Stoneblood.
 

A post-apocalyptic, dungeon crawling, fantasy harem adventure.
 

Warning: This book contains a significant amount of explicit sexual content and some adult emotional situations. Listener discretion is advised.

©2019 Edmund Hughes (P)2019 Edmund Hughes

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Emotional continuation of the saga

I nearly couldn't wait for Reborn Raiders to become available in audible. The world created by the first three books in the series is captivating and I couldn't help but wonder what book 4 would hold in-store for Ari, Eva and Kerys. I was not let down. I found this book to be an emotional rollercoaster as more of the background of Eva and other characters was revealed.

I don't think any book could ask for a better narrator. Amy made the book come alive and gave a flawless performance.

Can't recommend this enough and I hope there will be more from this epic saga.

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Fantastic

Great novel I didn’t want it to end I hope for a fifth book an more interesting.

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Cool Book!

I received a free review copy.

I enjoyed this installment in the series. If you liked the prior books, you will like this one too. In it, Ari and his friends start a new settlement. He really steps up to his role of Lord Stoneblood and works to provide for his people as he needs to procure essence, get funds, supply food, and defend against the Weatherblight and his rival. Of course, Ari has to do what he can to keep the females around him happy.

It was cool to see the strategies, action, progression of the story and of Ari's character, and the further deepening of relationships in this book. The narration was great as usual.

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An Excellent culmination!a rap

I don’t know if this is the end of the series or not, if it is it is an excellent finish! I Love the growth in the characters and the culmination of the various conflicts. I enjoy that the harem aspect is not an easy and simple relationship and needs to be worked on. I really enjoyed this series!

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could not finish

The previous books were much better. This one skips detail, the story drags on and on. it seems like this one is forced and not nearly as thoughtful. In the end I just put it down...