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WARNING: May contain Egyptian gods, werewolves, power armor, and a world-ending apocalypse

A pyramid predating all known cultures appears without warning. Its discovery throws into question everything we know about the origins of mankind.

Inside lies incredible technology, proof of a culture far more advanced than our own. Something dark lurks within, eager to resume a war as old as mankind. When it is unleashed it heralds the end of our species’ reign.

A plague of werewolves spreads across the world. A sunspot larger than anything in recorded history begins to grow. Yet both pale in comparison to the true threat, the evil the werewolves were created to fight.

"It's like Indiana Jones went through the Stargate and ended up in Aliens versus Predator." (One of the author's totally biased friends)

This collection gathers No Such Thing as Werewolves, No Mere Zombie, Vampires Don't Sparkle, and The Great Pack.

©2019 Christopher T Fox (P)2019 Christopher T Fox

What listeners say about The Deathless Quadrilogy: Books 1-4 in the Deathless Saga

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SJW werewolves and tree hugging zombies

Have truly loved other Chris Fox books. Too much SJW mess, not to mention that man kind is the real plague. This one just lagged and was too preachy. Doing this review makes me a little sad. Burke did a great job as usual.
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His Magitech cronicals is a really awesome series. Get it.

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not very good

this is just a weird and boring series, I would strongly suggest finding something else

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RECAP???

I love the recap between the books and I think the rest of the books would have been awesome had they been written and read the same way. Then again I have been described as part of the group the author called heartless and a certain politician called a despicable bastard.

As far as the books go, this is an awesome series and I will begin checking out more of the author’s books. I suggest other sci-fi fans do too.

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This was amazing!

I loved everything about this!! I was completely drawn to it throughout every book. There were absolutely no dull moments.. If you like zombies, werewolves, vampires, demons, egyptian gods, magic, and so much more... look no further. The Deathless Quadrilogy combines it all into an amazing story that never feels too drawn out or boring. You're left dying to know what happens next, never quite able to draw enough will power to pause it for later. 10/10 recommended.

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Worthwhile

Very enjoyable. A little cheesy, but really fun and the references to ancient mythology was super cool.

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like a second spouse

This audiobook was so long it was like living with another person. With that being said it was very enjoyable and last a few months worth of occasional walks. each of the four books got better and I can see Chris Fox improving as a writer as the story went along

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Fun Listen

This, and the other series I listened by him so far The Magitech Chronicles, are unique and fun with characters you cheer for and villains you love to hate. Nice pacing and definitely worth the listen.

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BLAIR, LIZ, JORDAN, STEVE THE DOUCHE, ISIS, ETC.

Great books, love paranormal, but one of the best parts was the recap of each

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well thought out

clear a lot of thought and research went into this set. narration was well done with less than a handfull of minor errors across the hole set.

overall i hope to hear more from the series soon.

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Great, now where's #5?

So between this and Magitech Chronicles, I've come to 2 conclusions. First that Chris Fox was likely inspired by RPGs like Shadow Run and World of Darkness and second, that he really likes seeing gods battle it out with each other. It took a little while for me to decide that I liked these books, but I'm glad that I read them all the way through because they proved quite enjoyable.

There are only 2 reasons for not giving it a perfect score. First is the lack of human characters and contributions; every normal human who might’ve had an interesting role to play was gradually phased out by either killing them or turning them into werewolves, undead, demons, or superhumans. I would've loved to see a handful of humans learning to adapt to their new world alongside their Blooded counterparts, up to and including training with them so as to prepare themselves and fighting alongside them in the final battle. The only time that happened was at the end of book 3; before that, it was just humans fighting monsters and getting slaughtered.

The other problem is the cliffhanger this ended on. When do we get to see the Ark War finally begin?!

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  • Phil
  • 04-11-21

Not what I expected

The last time I made a review one of Chris’s series I regret what I said. While the guy is a good storyteller he is absolutely ingenious with his ideas and thinking. This is the 3rd complete series I’ve listen to by him and to be honest, he comes up with truly unique ideas which in this day is so hard...but back to the series :) I thought the book was going to be about zombies and werewolves, but there is so much more the storytelling is phenomenally, it’s a long listen but well worth the adventure.

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  • 09-09-20

crazy

really enjoyable. it's like a mash together of sci fi and fantasy. really loved chris fox take on mythology. His review between books is great and gives you a peek at chris's character.