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The Ninth Circle

World on Fire - Side Jobs, Book 1
Narrated by: Stephanie Dillard
Series: World on Fire, Book 0.5
Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
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Arthur Vangeest has been hunting a cult known as the Ninth Circle for months and finally located their base of operations, but something goes terribly wrong before he can strike at them. Someone he trusts betrays him, and his wife and young daughter are murdered. Now he isn't sure if there is anything left to live for. But, when he exacts his revenge on the people that hurt him, he finds a new reason to stay alive.

This short story takes place several years before the events of Raven's Peak and details when Arthur first discovered Abigail and how she gave him something new to live for.

©2016 Lincoln Cole (P)2017 Lincoln Cole

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In the beginning

Excellent insight of what started it all! Arthur is a man on a mission! Loved.

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Entertaining

The Ninth Circle filled in the details of Arthurs relationship with the council. It was a great performance by the reader. She really brings the story to life.

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A drop in the ocean... but made of steel

This is a great short story full of dynamic which gives us the main knowledge of what is going on and whom our hero fights against, - or the system he’s in fights against, - and drowns us in an atmosphere that is unalienable part of the all following books.

The Ninth Circle is a prequel to two main storylines.

Who did say demons don’t exist? They are here integrated and dangerous and Arthur knows how to fight against them. If it sounds familiar as Supernatural, The Exorcist, and hundreds of other things don’t turn away! This book bribes you not by detail descriptions how integrations go on or by opening horrible plans to seize the world, no. It takes you by your soul and make you care about everything in this world, drowns you in through Arthur’s pain and feelings. Lincoln Cole knows how to underline the main character and how to show he suffers using more terrifying things. And you get it all in a high dynamic book like a game cinematic with very good humor in situations.

I want to say a good word about narration by Stephanie Dillard. All is clear, beautiful and emotionally full! Her voice doesn’t make you bored, and you are in with Stephanie for the very last word of the book.

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A great way to start a series.

I can't wait to find out what happens. I received this audio book for free at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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I want to know more

It was interesting to see the lengths that Arthur went through to seek retribution of what happened to his family. I want to know more Arthur and Abigail. You only see a little glimpse of who Arthur is going to become. I received this audiobook for free from the author for my unbiased review.

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  • J Smith
  • 02-25-19

I’d hoped for longer... *slight spoiler alert*

After listening to the first 2 books, I had to jump into this one too... I mean after all, Arthur is such an intriguing character we know so little about...
Unfortunately it finished a little too soon in his tale and I still don’t know the details of what resulted in his self-imprisonment. So although it’s just as well written and narrated as the other 2 books, only being half of the expected story and only 1.5hrs long (compared with the 7-8hrs of the other books for the same credit cost) meant I couldn’t justify the full 5 stars the other books received.