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Forced into the heart of the Aisl Forest, Rsiran and the guilds regroup and try to find a way to reclaim the city from Venass and the Elvraeth council. Rsiran has stopped the production of shadowsteel, but Venass still possesses dangerous weapons, and what's more, one of the great crystals remains missing.

Forced into an alliance with the mysterious Carth in order to find the crystal, they make new allies and discover the means to reclaim the city, but will it be too late? With one of the Elder Trees already gone, recovering the crystal is the key to stopping Venass for good, but as they approach the final battle, Venass proves even more powerful than they ever imagined.

The final novel in The Dark Ability series.

©2016 D. K. Holmberg (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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FINISHED!!!

I loved this series! Reminds me of my favorite Series by Jeff Wheeler! So, now I want to know the rest of the story regarding The characters! Thanks D K for a most enjoyable series!

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excel end ending to the series

I enjoy the books so much, that this is the second time that I listened to all of them

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Lacking Full Closure

The ending was too quick and short, and seemed to be missing a few things.