• Worldwaker

  • The Great Iron War, Book 5
  • By: Dean F. Wilson
  • Narrated by: R.C. Bray
  • Length: 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (26 ratings)

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Every victory is its own defeat. General Rommond's efforts to amass technological superiority over the enemy has resulted in the creation of a weapon that could destroy everything, and a faction just mad enough to use it.

The Armageddon Brigade has awoken from its deep slumber, and it seeks to wake the world with it. Attracting the brightest and most unstable of minds, this splinter group of the Resistance has become the greatest thorn in Rommond's side.

The Resistance and the Regime must unite to defeat a foe that answers to neither of them. Yet their deep divisions and long-held suspicions threaten to end the Great Iron War once and for all - by ending everything.

©2020 Dean F. Wilson (P)2020 Blue Heron Audio

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Mind-bogglingly good!

Dean has done it again. He continues to keep me entranced in the world of Altadas, the world of Jacob, the world of General Rommond and Brooklyn, and the world of Whistler and so many other characters. The Worldwaker takes us deeper into the brilliant mind that is Mr. Wilson, a world that I can't wait to continue diving into.

I really should have written this review right after finishing the story but, as it has a tendancy to do, life happened. Either way, I was eager to move on to what I didn't realize was the final book in the battle against The Regime. This entire series has been a 5/5 and I couldn't imagine it going in any other direction but up.

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