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The Goblin Wars: Rebirth of a God, Book 3

Narrated by: Bryson David Hoff
Series: The Goblin Wars, Book 3
Length: 8 hrs and 25 mins
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Lady Scrapple is dead, but the war is far from over. Corpses fill Talonrend’s streets and victorious orcs revel in fresh blood. 

In the forest beneath Kanebullar Mountain, Gideon and Melkora wonder if they are the only two humans still alive.  

Under clouds of smoke, there might yet be a glimmer of hope. Deep within the darkest recesses of Gideon’s mind, Vrysinoch stirs to life. Humanity’s god is hungry for vengeance.

©2016 Stuart Thaman (P)2019 Stuart Thaman

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Into the void

What will happen to the goblins? Can talonrend be retaken? What about Vrysinoch, will the god's fickle assistance be in time of need.

This was an amazing end to the trilogy. It expands on the religion and its or origin, the creation of the different races and anything else you may of been wondering about the world. So much is revealed that thought this was an amazing ending to the series, if Thaman wanted to continue it he easily could. 

This is one of my favorite series and would recommend this to anyone who enjoys fantasy. 

In the many worlds of magic and enchanted items, this is one of the best.

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Thats better editing, not a repeat in it.<br />

unlike book two there wasn't a single repeated sentence in this book. that made this fun and unusual story even more enjoyable.