In the shadows between the living world and the land of the dead, the night’s terrors lurk.... For as long as anyone can remember, the mountain village of Haven has been under the protection of an ancient warlock known as the Old Stargazer. But after countless years spent deciphering the language of the cosmos, the old man is losing himself to the many voices of the night sky.
Now, a dark figure controls the forest with minions of kenku marauders - crowlike humanoids that menace Haven with violence and mayhem. If the Old Stargazer cannot or will not protect the villagers, they will have to find someone who can.
Nergei, an orphan raised by the warlock, knows they must venture beyond the safety of Haven to find the help they need. With little to offer mercenaries, and a ragged band at his side, he sets forth in search of heroes, never believing in what he might find.
I found this slow and not very interesting. characters are not very interesting. Not much info on the Nentir Vale either.
Where does The Last Garrison rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
Not the top twenty not the bottom thirty
Would you recommend The Last Garrison to your friends? Why or why not?
I don't have any friends
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
It was a good read through and through and had a lot of nice details about the basic D&D world point of light setting, and well was a good read. Unfortunately it left far too many unanswered questions for my taste.