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War of Men

Narrated by: Luke Daniels
Series: The Buried Goddess Saga, Book 5
Length: 18 hrs and 2 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (43 ratings)

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As men squabble amongst themselves, the Buried Goddess makes her move. 

Torsten Unger marches east in the name of the Glass Kingdom to put an end to Drad Mak, eliminating the Drav Cra threat once and for all. But can it be that simple - or is he just another pawn in the Buried Goddess' game? 

After discovering that Nesilia has possessed Sora's body, Whitney Fierstown has a plan to get her back. All he needs to do is find a way to contact his old friend Kazimir, who as an upyr, knows the secrets of existence between worlds. It won't be easy, but when has it ever been? 

Having won the Tal’du Dromesh, Mahraveh is now an afhem, and with her new fleet, she has the power to save her father. Muskigo has been cut off and surrounded by the Glass Army, but the time has come to bring the fight to them and for her to win this war between men.

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These guys have me TRIPPING!

What a fantastic continuation of the Burried Goddes. From the struggles in morality of Whitney and Kazimir(sorry about spelling, audible only for me!), to the struggles of the Black Sands and Their structure of power. I'M BLOWN AWAY BY ALL THE TWISTS AND TURNS! Can not wait for the next book!!!!

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The Exhumed Goddess Saga

The buried goddess has risen and the tainted Glass Kingdom wages a desperate war to survive. There are no longer heroes or villains between the nations: only bands of people struggling for power, vengeance, and life. Even the original trilogy’s trio—the thief, mage and warrior---are buried…but not dead. They’ve been transformed into the wanderer, the captive and the magistrate. In War of Men, they struggle to finding their true selves and each other—using all their skill and courage to overcome the absolute chaos raining all around them. The question is can they do anything to stop the earthen goddess as she gathers her army for the final battle? With undead ravengers stalking the land and nations clashing, no one escapes this story unscathed.

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Continually stellar

The story, characters, and performance are absolutely stellar. By this point in a series, the books either get better or suffer. This series just keeps getting better. And Kazimir Chapters!!!!

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a perfect continuation of the series!

This is a very good series!
Luke Daniels performance is phenomenal, as always.
I highly recommend this one. you will not be disappointed.

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  • Jferris
  • COTTAGE GROVE, MN
  • 11-23-19

To short

I love the narrator, number one in my book.... Story was a bit weaker this time around..... Still looking forward to the book.

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  • Kelvin
  • Hamlet, NC, USA
  • 11-17-19

A true story finally emerges

I would give this 3.5 but it doesnt do half stars. The plot finally started moving in a meaningful way. There is still plenty of filler and a few points that confused me but overall I'd say this improved over the last 2 books. I still hate books that end on a down note as I usually forget that I'm looking for the next installment. I saw this one by luck as I'd forgotten about the series as the last 2 ended in down note cliffhangers. The characters are established enough that their habits are actively used to muddle the scenarios..or our expectations of what's about to happen. I've never had a problem with Daniel's take on how he narrates and that hasn't changed.

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