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The Fifth Ward: Good Company

Narrated by: Simon Vance
Series: The Fifth Ward, Book 3
Length: 12 hrs and 52 mins
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The third book in a rollicking fantasy series where the grit of grimdark meets a police procedural, and it's up to two watchmen to protect the streets of one of fantasy's most dangerous cities.

Yenara is a sprawling, dirty city. Filled to bursting with heroes questing, mages testing out spells, thieves around every corner, elves judging everyone, dwarves hating everyone, orcs fighting everyone, and humans being typical humans. Enter Rem and Torval: one a human, the other a dwarf, and both working as Watchwardens.

Now, they must escort a notorious thief through a dangerous forest to the nearby city from where the thief escaped. But the thief's companions are waiting, and the soldiers Rem and Torval travel with might not be so honorable.

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The Fifth Ward:

  1. First Watch
  2. Friendly Fire
  3. Good Company 
©2019 Dale Lucas (P)2019 Hachette Audio

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  • Karl
  • N. Redington Beach, FL, United States
  • 09-04-19

Love this series!

This series is just fantastic. It’s like a cop drama set in a fantasy world and it does an amazing job. There’s always character development, the plot always moves along at a speed I like, and the dialog between the characters feels natural. I actually get a little sad when I finish a book because I want the next one to be out already…but then I relisten to it a couple times. Also, the combination of the good writing and I amazing narrator really make this series come to life.

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