• The Last Necromancer: A Novel

  • Hell-Sword, Book 1
  • By: Benjamin Allen
  • Narrated by: Benjamin Allen
  • Series: Hell-Sword, Book 1
  • Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)
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What would you do if you discovered you were the one standing between life in the universe as we know it, and a sea of hellish legions threatening to pour out of Tartarus? How much fun would you have if you could teleport to any universe on a whim, complete quests for money, and learn how to cast spells with your friends? What if you had to use everything you’d ever learned in your day-to-day life just to live to see tomorrow?

My name is Elgar King and I’m the last of a prestigious race of psionic necromancers. I was just questing like my normal psionic friends when I accidentally released a demon called Ryptose the World Ender. Being the last necromancer in existence...it kinda falls on me to put the genie back in the bottle. But I’m just a 13 year old kid with ADD and a few months of psionic experience under my belt. If I don’t succeed in sealing Ryptose to the Hell-Sword: You, me, our friends and family - that’s it, game over.

©2018 Benjamin Allen (P)2020 Benjamin Allen

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Witty, kick-ass fun

Elgar is “prodigious” in every way. Like Harry Potter maybe, but combined with Errol Flynn and a baby Godzilla. A charming, naive tactical nuclear warhead. This is a truly fun listen if you like your science fantasy epic and just a little bit old-school.