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The White Lich has fallen.

The remnants of his army have fled into the forests. It should be a time of celebration. But as Dante regroups his people, the Angel of Taim arrives with a message.

They may have defeated the lich, but Taim is still going to destroy the mortal world of Rale.

Facing starvation in the dead of winter, Dante leads his people toward the abundant fields of Gallador Rift. Along the way, though, a horrifying illness breaks out among the travelers. As earthquakes rattle the land and volcanic eruptions black out the sky, it becomes clear that the plague was only the first attack launched against Rale. Their only hope is to travel back to the Realm of the Gods and try to bargain with them - and if that fails, to wage war on them. But the only known doorway to the Realm is hundreds of miles away. In the throes of collapse, flooded with monsters from hell’s darkest depths, the entire world might be torn apart before Dante and Blays have the chance to start fighting back.

©2021 Edward W. Robertson (P)2021 Podium Audio

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The Best Yet

Take this book for what it is: a fun fantasy adventure. It's not excessively cerebral, and it's not excessively complex. A well constructed fantasy world that feels pretty large and typically engrossing. The series takes itself seriously enough to make risky moments feel dangerous, but remains lighthearted enough that it retains the feeling of adventure captured in the earlier novels. It's that feeling of lighthearted adventure, preserved through tragedy, war, and nearly the end of the world itself, that makes Robinson's novels feel so refreshing. Though the storyline feels progressively more and more bleak, the lighthearted camaraderie makes the journey feel unencumbered despite the dire circumstances. In a time where fantasy adventure is nearly always accompanied by extremely prolific violence and mature content, a puritan focus on fantasy adventure, unencumbered by adult content for its own sake, imparts a feeling of genuine nostalgia for fantasy novels I read as a child. I'm grateful for the read, and the author has my heartfelt thanks for writing novels that never fail to brighten my days.

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great

loved the book. the way it left off was.... something lol. i hope its not the last book

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Fell asleep at the end

This series started strong but by this book I really had to pay attention and re-listen to several chapters because it just couldn't keep my attention.

The banter became tiring. Every moment was punctuated with a sarcastic comment and it just became a bit boring.

It's still a fine story, just not what I was hoping for.

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Galand

Been a fan since the beginning. The stories progression is excellent I cannot wait for the end.

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WTF it just ended without knowing what happened.

WTF it just ended without knowing what happened, we know but did the author just get tired of writing this series?

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Sadly, this was not up to par...

I'm a huge fan of Blaze Buckler and Dante Galand. The banter that Edward W. Robertson creates between these two has brought many laughs, tears, and an unwillingness to put the books down or to stop listening as they have been so entertaining. However, even that banter plus the superb performance by Mr. Reynolds can't really save this book. It was difficult to follow and presented so many fantastical dimensions, environments, creatures, and characters, that it all gets mixed up after a few chapters and I found it very difficult to be entertained or to maintain my focus on the book. It's very disappointing because most of the other books in this series have been extremely entertaining and well worth the purchase. This one is not, in my opinion...

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  • 05-11-21

Great as Usual!

I didn't think this was as amazing as previous books in the series bit it was still great. I found it very short though. Highly recommend Dante and Blaze to everyone!