• The Battle of Verril

  • Book of Deacon #3
  • By: Joseph R. Lallo
  • Narrated by: Karyn O'Bryant
  • Length: 18 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (131 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In the final novel of Joseph R. Lallo's Book of Deacon series, Myranda and the Chosen face their greatest challenges yet. Time is running out, and the Generals are growing desperate. Through victory and defeat, reunion and betrayal, neither the heroes nor their foes will rest until they have seen their task through to the end. The only question is, will it be the end of a war, or the end of times?

©2013 Joseph R. Lallo (P)2013 Tantor

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great adventure

Good story and Characters. My favorites is Min. lots of Adventure. I can't wait to hear more.

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  • C Aitken
  • 06-27-18

Pleasantly surprised

This series was a nice escape from the helpdesk. The setting and characters don't ooze originality but are likeable and the antagonists do feel fairly insidious. As pointed out several times already the style isn't perfect but it's not bad for a self published series. The series would make for a decent anime if it was ever adapted.