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Military might and arcane powers clash in Wexler's fifth action-packed Shadow Campaigns novel.

The Beast, the ancient demon imprisoned beneath Elysium for a thousand years, has been loosed on the world. It absorbs mind after mind, spreading like a plague through the north. And it threatens the heart of Vordan.

As Queen Raesinia Orboan and soldiers Marcus D'Ivoire and Winter Ihernglass grapple with the aftermath of a hard-fought military campaign, they soon discover they have more than arcane powers to fear - it seems they cannot trust one of their own.

©2018 Django Wexler (P)2018 Recorded Books

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Simply amazing

Hardly any serial author knows how to finish out a story. Django Wrexler’s writing is a rare example of the elegance and care it takes to bring a close to such a long and wonderful story.

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Can't Go Wrong with this Series!

If one is a fan of Brian McClellan's "Powder Mage" books, and one should be, then one cannot go wrong by picking up "The Thousand Names" series by Django Wexler. In my opinion the best Clinton fantasy series on the market of the ones I have read.

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A great ending to a good series

This instalment is engaging and compelling throughout. Moat notably, it actually ends and ends well. my only quibble is that I would have appreciated another chapter or two of denouement.