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Living in the war-ravaged realm of Eberron, assassin-turned-priest Diran Bastiaan and his half-orc sidekick, Ghaji, make an unlikely pair. One looks like the stuff of nightmares, while the other is "a conduit through which the holy force of Good could work its will in the physical world." Together, they have traveled throughout the archipelagic Lhazaar Principalities sharing numerous wild adventures, but none were as dangerous as the one they currently face.

When a gang of bloodthirsty pirates kidnaps Diran's former lover (a beautiful ex-mercenary killer named Makala), the priest of the Silver Flame and his half-breed wingman vow to get her - and countless other abductees - back no matter what the cost. But the seafaring raiders are no ordinary criminals; they're led by the infamous vampire Onkar, who in turn serves a being unfathomably more evil than himself....

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-09-20

great and meh.

The story over all was great. Narrator was.. good~ though some dialog was strange to me. It's like the narrator didn't quite read the room well during some parts and his inflections and cadence were off because of it. TBH it's really just a minor thing.

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  • Dominic
  • 15-08-20

Just as good as the first

I enjoyed this book, thoroughly, though I will admit the author's use of flashbacks does not translate as well from written to audio format, the pacing and narration were nonetheless enjoyable. I could recommend this to anyone who enjoys pulp fiction or fantasy.

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  • Nicholas Freeburg
  • 17-05-20

The story is good, but the narrator needs work

I love the Eberron world and this novel is a good addition. I'm usually not interested in stories about undead creatures, but this series is an exception with interesting characters and plot. My only complaint was that the narrator didn't take the time to learn how to pronounce key words like 'lich'. I almost returned the book just for that, but thankfully the story kept me hooked enough to suffer through. Unfortunately this seems to be a common theme with the Eberron audiobooks.