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The Gods Beneath: Age of Magic - A Kurtherian Gambit Series

The Rise of Magic, Book 7
Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 7 hrs and 55 mins
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It’s easy to believe in ancient myths - but the truth is far more deadly.

The quest to save the Oracle forces Team BBB to split up: one group heads to the top of an ancient mountain, the other into the depths of a haunted jungle.

For Hannah, it’s an all out fight that pushes her magic to the limits, while Karl is tasked with something far more challenging - diplomacy.

Both groups will need to depend on the strength of their teammates, while cautiously navigating the cultures and practices of strange, new inhabitants of the furthest reaches of the world. If the Bitch and Bastard Brigade succeeds, they will have the tools they need to save Irth.

Fail, and all is lost.

Or as Aysa puts it: Nothing I can’t handle with one arm tied behind my back.

Join Hannah and the crew as they encounter The Gods Beneath.

©2017 CM Raymond, LE Barbant, Michael Anderle (P)2018 LMBPN Publishing

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Cuckoos

That's the only way to describe the fake Gods. Obviously they had mental powers, but were crazy as a hatter as well. Seriously, drink the blood and eat the flesh? Wow.
Great story

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The Gods Beneath: The Rise of Magic, Book 7

Karl dancing. I think that was what made this book so great. Karl is still my favorite.
The BBB is split into 2 groups for part of this book, Hannah, Sal, Parker, Laurel need to find the tech by going through the jungle and Gregory, Karl, Aysa, and Hadley are hunting crystals in the mountains. Both groups are equally in danger for different reasons. Some of the twists I didn’t see coming! Especially the “gods” – that was really a surprise and… well – I can’t think of a words I want to use without giving anything away. I really like meeting new characters and hope there is more of Vitali of the Lynqi in the next book.

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love this series 7 books down

Loved it. I'm so excited and hope you continue the books. As a teacher I look forward to a relaxing book in my free time.

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The Gods Beneath

My first thought is that the story was good.
My second is that the story was short.
My third is that while I’m peeved by this, I can understand the need to break up the story this way, but it was just too short.

Again it was good, no problems with the story or how it was presented, character split story or not whatever makes no difference as long as the main has a part do we stay in touch its all good.

The length was an issue for me though.

The performance by Rudd was great.

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This series keeps getting better and better.

This series just keeps getting better. This has been my favorite book in the series. I finally have some answers. I love the main character Hannah however all the other characters are awesome as well! I like how the two groups completed their task and came back together. I would not want to see them split up permanently!

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Best book series ever!

Super exciting all the way through, I am hooked!! I wish there would be no end to these books.