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Outcast and exiled, the demon Tarrik Nal-Valim has long been forgotten by the world of humans. At least, so he thinks. But when he is summoned as a last resort by a desperate sorcerer, it seems as though his past has caught up with him. 

The sorcerer is Serenity “Ren” Branwen, the daughter of Tarrik’s former master - and friend. Though she seems cold, driven, and ruthless, Tarrik can tell Ren has her back against a wall, and he is compelled by ferocious powers to obey her.  

As their world sinks into a terrifying maelstrom of murder, intrigue, and insurrection, Tarrik is forced to serve Ren’s arcane designs - plans that, if they were to succeed, would resurrect unimaginable power and could destroy Tarrik’s entire race.  

But as events unfurl, the lines between demon and master become blurred, and Tarrik realizes Ren is not what she seems. To prevent utter devastation, Tarrik may have to surrender what he values most: a chance at redemption and an end to his exile.

©2018 Mitchell Hogan (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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WOW!!!

I so loved this book! it is well written, has a great story that is still easy to follow, and just as importantly, it hits the ground running and doesn't stop! I love the lack of boring "down time". That's not to say it's non-stop action (it isn't), rather it's "lean and mean" without unnecessary filler. The narrator is also absolutely top-notch and I hope to hear more from him. Looking forward to the sequel!!

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Entertaining

Shadow of the Exile is an enjoyable tale that follows a typical narrative.

The story does not subvert expectations and is typical of the genre.

The narrator’s ignorance of what is taking place adds to the story.

This is a book I would recommend.

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He did it again!

Hogan certainly did it again in this riveting sequence that started with his Revenant Series. I love that this book was written from a non traditional character pov. After Revenant, the readers wonder how things will turn out for the future and Mitchell doesnt disapoint. I loved the world building, going through great fight scenes, never felt a dull moment. There was a little bit of something for everyone here. Intriguing magic system, a bit of a mystery trying to be solved with the overall main character and his relationship to the mistress and what her intentions are, adventure, touch of romance. Such a great story, cant wait for the next one if he gets to continue the series, and the ending I especially loved! I did not expect it to end the way that it did and I read a LOT of fantasy.

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Love!

Just have to say one of my favorite reads in awhile! Great characters, can't wait for the next one!

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I didn’t realize it is a romance

It was ok. Not the deepest or most entangled plot and sometimes that’s what you need. What I didn’t realize was it was a romance. Which is fine, I listen to those to, just unexpected. What I didn’t care for, and I don’t care for in the romances I listen to, is how angst-y the hero was.

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Not his best

Narrator once again tanked this story- until some place around chapter when he Finally connected With this story.. Not Hogan’s best .. nor even close.. Seems the Author did Not Connect with this story until close to the end... I see a pattern here.
Last 4 Chapters were the best.. plot was obvious glad the end had a slight
Twist...

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  • Lee
  • 12-17-18

Poorly written

Poorly written, inconsistent, too many convinces and plot holes, characters named introduced described then dropped instantly with them having no impact or consequence on the story, what characters there are are wooden, pacing is bad. the worst bit are the protagonists relationship with each other is unbelievable. their really is an intresting world here though its just a shame we dont see more

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  • Anders Haywood
  • 12-27-18

Sympathy for the devil.

This was an absolutely fantastic book! Set in the same universe as the book Revenant Winds, but set on another continent and a few hundred years before R.W. It follows a demon, Tarrik Nal-Valim who is summoned and bound into slavery by a seemingly nefarious sorcerer working to bring back a mad Arch demon.
set entirely from Tarrik's p.o.v, it actually manages to make a demon protagonist likeable. His struggle against the indignity and injustice of slavery was surprisingly deep and meaningful.
As a fantasy book alone, the story was compelling. I just had to keep listening to find out what happened next.
Initially, I wasn't sold on the narrator, I have to grudgingly admit that his voice grew on me. I still prefer the one who did Revenant Winds, but this one did a good job.
All in all, I really can't recommend this book enough!