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Despite the efforts of several of the fatemarked, turmoil and violence continue to plague the Four Kingdoms.

To the north, Annise Gäric ventures into the Hinterlands to discover the truth of the Sleeping Knights, who may be the only hope for her kingdom. Meanwhile, Tarin Sheary travels to Darrin in a desperate bid to repel the eastern forces amassing at Crow's Nest. Unbeknownst to either of them, a new threat rises in Blackstone.

In the west, Rhea Loren seeks to ransom her prisoners, Gareth Ironclad and Gwendolyn Storm, which will bring her one step closer to her goal of controlling the fatemarked. Relying on her ability to summon the ancient sea creature, Wrathos, she seeks to unify her people while persuading them that the child growing inside her was placed there directly by Wrath.

With his fatemarked sister in tow, Grey Arris sails toward Pirate's Peril in search of the truth about Shae's marking and the cause of her recurring dream of a pirate.

In the southern empire of Phanes, a slave rebellion is brewing, with Jai Jiroux and Shanti Parthena Laude at its core. But the Hoza brothers will not relinquish their power without a fight.

Finally, in Calyp, Raven Sandes' dragonia are growing, and she must decide whether to use them against the east, who continue to attack her desert borders. Simultaneously, Roan Loren shows up at her palace with an offer she cannot refuse, as he strives to learn the truth of the Western Oracle's prophecies and the origins of the fatemarked.

As always, Bane is lurking in the shadows with his new partner, Chavos the plaguemarked, plotting how to destroy those who would stand in the path of peace.

©2017 David Estes (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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1 & 2 are better but this one is still good.

Gwen is a great character I wish that the author would have done a better job with the Roan character who comes across as being wimpy and whiny and yet has both males and females falling madly in love with him. I guess it's the authors way of being PC. Love the Annise character, a good balance of strong, compassionate, insecure, intelligent and loving. Rhea is just mental . . . enough said. I would have liked to have heard more of Raven and Grey, both started off as interesting characters but have been unimpressive as of late. The author has decided to make Roan the hero of the series which is too bad since he's the one character that does nothing for me.

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Millennial era nonsense

It was like listening to a 7th grade orchestra. No expertise, at all, In story telling. A pair of kings who were actually queens. And obese princess become Queen. No one more adult than a 12 year old. All childish guilt and foolish secrets. I hoped this was a trilogy so I would be done. I was expecting some cross-dressers to appear.(glad they didn't) Won't listen any further.

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excellent

each book in the fatemarked series has gotten better and better. excellent in depth characters, a story line that pulls you in from the beginning, and magic formed perfectly to the world it comes from. well done

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  • David
  • 04-13-18

Still very good

Really enjoyed book three, but I think some of book two was missing, as things had happened between books that i didn't know about.

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  • daniel
  • 05-16-18

very good.

this story is amazing and I can't get enough of it. I also like the reader

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-06-18

My new favourite series

I have loved this series from the very first chapter and it has just got better.

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  • 05-15-18

Fantastic read!

Fantastic writing and performance! seamless transition from Fatemarked. so many twists and turns... love it!