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Rumors are swirling around the dark corners of Westgate that a brutal vigilante is dealing violence and havoc in the guise of Shadowbane. Kalen and Myrin have just arrived from Luskan, in search of Kalen's former apprentice, Rhett. Though Kalen believes Rhett to be dead, Myrin won't give up hope as she in turn seeks more information about her past. And Kalen too must find his place, perhaps in the Eye of Justice - the organization that trained him - though that's the last place he wants to end up. But who are is this mysterious vigilante who wields the vaunted sword Vindicator? Myrin and Kalen have no idea that a game is being played in which they are only pawns. All is not as it seems in Westgate.

©2012 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Great reading, good book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

The performance is spot on, something unusual for fantasy books.

What other book might you compare Shadowbane: Eye of Justice to and why?

Shadowbane and Downshadow

Which scene was your favorite?

The cameos of old FR classics like Aurora were awesome.

Any additional comments?

This was probably not th best Shadowbane book, but it was certainly the best reading of a fantasy book I've heard so far. Well worth the time and money.

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  • Ms. grant
  • 05-01-15

addictive

It's a bit of a love story but aren't they all.
I was a bit confused in one part as I thought no vengeful god would allow a sword weilder to have two masters and that's all I can say without "spoilers" ...