Wrath of a Mad God

Darkwar, Book 3
Narrated by: Peter Joyce
Series: Riftwar Cycle, Book 26, The Darkwar Saga, Book 3
Length: 18 hrs
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Publisher's Summary

The third book in the hugely successful Darkwar series from the world-wide bestselling author of Magician. The Darkwar has fallen upon the worlds of Kelewan and Midkemia - a time of heroes, trials and destruction.

Following their dangerous mission to the realm of the alien Dasati, Magnus and the other members of the Conclave must now find a way to use what they discovered to help save their own people from the wrath of a mad god.

©2015 Richard E. Feist (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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a fine end to a long war

The narrator has interesting interpretations for so.e of the names. good overall. worth a listen

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Each book in this epic tale grows from the last!

Each book in this epic tale grows from the last! can't wait for the finale

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  • Jem
  • 10-16-17

Great End to the Dark War series

The auditory is very well presented, drawing you into the story line. Peter Joyce has done Raymond E. Feist proud.

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  • Robert
  • 09-08-16

long time fan of the series

wasn't as good as other books on the series but still worth listening to. feist!!!!!!!!

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  • Stu
  • 07-14-16

loved it - big Feist fan

I just enjoy the variety of well rounded characters and the engaging storyline. I have read all the books previously and after hearing audio sample wanted to listen to my favourites all over again. Peter Joyce is a fantastic narrator and really brings to life the world and characters of midkemia

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  • Kevin
  • 08-05-15

Back to his best!

Would you listen to Wrath of a Mad God again? Why?

I didn't think much of the original conclave of shadows books, but this trilogy is excellent and this final book is a true finale.

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  • Mark
  • 08-01-15

Bought everything together

I so love these stories and Peter Joyce really does a good job. I have listened to these stories out of sinc and so desperately needed to know what happened to Nackor, now I know

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  • Paul
  • 07-27-15

The book that brings you down

My least favourite book but that is mainly down to the ending. Normally the last book in any of the series end on an up, but this one is the exception.

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  • Antonio Goard
  • 12-18-19

Fantastic!

This was a good end to what I think has been a great trilogy. The Riftwar Saga and Empire Trilogy aside (first 6 books) I think this, The Darkwar Saga, has been the next best books. I enjoyed all three. Obviously there are 5 more to go so we will see if Feist maintains it and finishes strongly.

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  • C Hall
  • 05-30-18

Excellent series well worth the listen

I listened to some of Raymond's books a few years ago. I really enjoyed them and didn't realise there were more out there. He is a great author I can honestly say I have enjoyed all of the books in this series.

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  • Ashley
  • 07-20-18

Broke my heart

I've been reading these books for 10 years, and this one is probably the best in the series up until this point, and is very well narrated.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-03-18

Epic!

Potentially my favourite in the series thus far! An excellent performance once again by Peter Joyce. Just when you think you've predicted what's going to happen next Raymond continuously surprises you.

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  • Ben
  • 03-08-18

sooo good!!

I love this book! Pug and Nakor at their best. and Peter Joyce does a great performance

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  • Byron
  • 12-04-17

Wow im mean Wow

Raymonds imagination has no bounds he just keeps getting better and better and as always Peter Joyce always does the story telling justice