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In the epic conclusion of The War Chronicles, Lirak must fulfill the Kul-Wi prophecy. If he fails, the Faceless One will send an army of sentinels to erase all trace of humanity from the world and begin another blood-soaked age.

What the gods don't know is that Lirak plans to end their savage game forever. But to succeed he'll first have to overcome his own guilt and fear.

©2016 Sean Golden (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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I Love Dragon Wars!

This is the 3rd and final book in the series and it is the best of the 3. Interesting characters and beasts are introduced and the prophecy becomes clear only at the end of the book. I cried, I laughed, I cheered. The narrator delivered a stellar performance while reading the battle scenes. I would love to see this series on the big screen. Nicely done, Mr. Golden. More to come from you in the future, I hope.

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  • Ryan
  • Bristol, CT, United States
  • 11-22-17

Hate the main character

What a bit*h Lirac is. I’ve never despised a main character. Overall the story is good but lirac is a whine little self loathing poor me loser. I can’t stand when an author believes his character needs to have a moral dilemma over killing to survive. Are you kidding me. Grow up.

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great story. Sean Golden keeps you enthralled in it to the end. I love it

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  • shane
  • 07-21-17

A good book. There is a but

It's a good book but the main character does go on and on about about how he feels. Does get very irritating. The book was good but could of been better!

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  • daven
  • 06-11-17

drudgery

I've never had an audio book be difficult to listen to, I managed 13 hours of this and it was entirely filled with the main characrer whining. I'm not generally that fussy with fantasy, but there has to be some break in the doom and gloom or you just can't appreciate it.