• The End of Surrender

  • Stalwart Link Series, Book 4
  • By: B. T. Narro
  • Narrated by: Simon Vance
  • Length: 9 hrs and 56 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (260 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this epic culmination of the series, Andar must venture deep into the ever-growing rift in hopes of destroying it as the rest of his allies take on the massive beast that guards it. But when a problem forces Andar to deviate from the plan, his allies are left wondering what they must do now. Andar and his allies will have to overcome their most challenging obstacles yet as they face the people who were responsible for creating this rift in the first place. They will have to act quickly and courageously to take back everything that was lost, even at the risk of losing the people they love.

Andar must grow to become a true Ascendant if he is to have any chance of not only surviving but changing the fate of Aathon for good. Risks will be taken, battles will be waged, and sacrifices must be made. The time for surrender is over.

©2019 B. T. Narro (P)2020 Tantor

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loved this book!!

liked the first few books. good character development with good story lines. love this book and wrapping it all up.

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Awesome Series!

Awesome story and narration! Loved every moment and could hardly stop listening to the series! Well done! Looking forward to more by B. T. Narro!

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Absolutely Loved it !!!!

Excellent. Narrator was great. Story line well done. Loved the whole series. Highly recommend it. Ending was perfect.

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great continuation of this series

this was a great continuation of the last book it really was beautifully done loved it

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  • Dave
  • 04-05-21

Almost

Such a promising start to the tale in the first book and then I felt it lost its way. It got so tied up in the magic system it just felt overly complex and messy. So many same sounding names just wasn’t good. I can’t imagine how much hard work goes into writing but for me this was a bit meh

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  • mr j m tattersall
  • 06-10-21

A truly excellent conclusion

What an excellent series of books, well worth listening to, well done B T Narro.
Simon Vance is the best narrator ever

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  • Calvin Evans
  • 05-29-21

Rushed ending

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All that build up to the big battle and we only get a tiny bit from Leo's perspective and then the rest is Andar. Once Andar passes out the entirety of the rest of the battle is skipped??

Considering how attached we've grown to the various perspective characters by this point it seems really abrubt and dismissive to just skip over the pivotal event in the book and summarize in retrospect.

The book in general towards the end is overwhelmingly focused on Andar which doesn't feel right. It could have done with a final paragraph or two from at least Leo and also Rygen.

In general, a pretty trite and disappointing end to a promising series. I doubt I will bother with the other series' by this author.

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  • A. H
  • 08-03-20

Wet

Probably the wettest mouth I've ever had near my ears. I have misophonia so that extra sounds effects made it vert hard to listen to and even ruined it for me

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-08-20

ok. story done.

well I guess some writers just get tired and want move on. a rotten finish. I'll give this man's work a wide berth