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Wolf Blade: Oath of the Slayer

Wolf Blade Series, Book 1
Narrated by: John McLain
Series: Wolf Blade Series, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 53 mins
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Once, he was known as the Cold Ax of the North. Heads piled at his feet, and he was feared by all on the battlefield. But his people lost the war....

Now, Rothan is a prisoner. He is forced to fight as a gladiator for the entertainment of his hated Imperial enemies. Five years of this humiliating captivity, and he has almost completed his sentence. Just three more days and he is free. 

However, here in this wretched Imperial City, he has come to love one thing: the desertland concubine, Bellabel. He must find a way to win her freedom, to take her with him to the North. She must be his. 

And so, he enters into a bargain with the Ringmaster of the City, a bargain for her freedom, a bargain which will catapult him into a far more twisted fate than he ever imagined. 

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Marco Frazetta (P)2019 Tantor

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OUTSTANDING

Epic, perfect, and just top to bottom A grade adventure. From action to the spice of the harem, I’m excited for the next installment!

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mostly good .....

except that the author mutilated viking culture by replacing parts that involve women with the self induced Schizophrenia that is feminism.

The author does a good job with the rising darkness and the chosen one to defeat it premise, fight scenes the manner in witch characters speak and act and the adult stuff are also good except for the mc especially at the end where he breaks character and does not put his duty for his homeland first.

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