The Dao of Magic III

Narrated by: Pavi Proczko
Series: The Dao of Magic, Book 3
Length: 15 hrs and 16 mins
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A sea of savage beasts. An ancient order of mages. A looming cataclysm.

Now that Drew has become even more powerful by stepping into the Foundation Realm, new challenges await him. He is quietly growing his school and sect, and allowing his students to recruit whoever they want so he can take it easy.

Trouble looms as his old mistakes come back to haunt him. The entire planet is about to be sent down a savage and unforgiving path, and it might be his fault. Monsters are popping up everywhere, packs of deadly animals led by terrible mutants. The worst part? They seem to be steered by some higher power, some nefarious being that holds the reins of the planet.

His students have turned from bright-eyed, eager learners...into lazy good-for-nothings. Whoops. It seemed he was too influential in their development. Teach now has to spend large amounts of time crafting gear for all the new recruits, and the rising tensions are giving him a headache.

Teach might just decide to end them all. He had a fresh start once … maybe he should try again?

©2019 Andries Louws (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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I am a little disappointed in this third novel

What started as a clear and precise story with excellent motives and good storyline has become a confusing mess of interconnected random stories. I am quickly losing interest in this whole story. At this point I’m not even sure if I’m going to pick up the fourth book. It is sad to see such an excellent concept and storyline fragment into this jumbled mess. I would highly recommend the first two novels in this series without hesitation but this third novel gives me pause and I am not sure an almost hate to see what the next novel will bring.

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Awesome better and better

like I said the series just keeps getting better and better can't wait for the Nextbook this series is one of my favorites

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better than the last two

Don't give up on this series. It's really good. Just because the last book wasn't as good don't judge this one.

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Nice humoristic cultivation

really enjoyable, much like previous entries.
interesting developements and moving the story forwards.
heartely recommend!

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Yes, it keeps getting better

Enough said, it gets better. Well done Andries Louws, witty, fun, yes... Keep it up!