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Nate Temple must die.

Mordred - the bastard son of King Arthur - has returned, and he will stop at nothing to utterly destroy everything his father ever created, burning the Arthurian legend from the history books for good.

He’s already defeated Nate Temple once, corrupting the fabled Knights of the Round Table into darker, nigh-invincible, merciless killing machines: Knightmares.

And once Camelot is nothing more than a pile of fiery rubble, Mordred plans to conquer St. Louis, after slaughtering Nate and everyone he’s ever cared about, of course.

But a vengeful god is also hunting Nate and starts attacking his friends to draw him out. When one of Nate’s best friends is gravely wounded, Nate is forced to make an impossible choice - save his city from Mordred or save his friend from a blood-crazed god.

Both foes carry enough daddy issues to grant a first-year psychologist a second-year retirement. But Nate’s not that stable, either, and if he can’t get a grip on his own demons, his victory might very well be worse than anything either of his enemies ever could have imagined.

The only option left is to shatter all the rules, opening himself up to deadly powers better left untouched and forgotten, and even that is a fool’s gambit, a whisper of a hope.

Then again, if we don’t have hope, we’ve already lost. So, it’s time for Nate Temple to roll the dice. Because, in this game, even hope can die...

If you like Jim Butcher, Sarah J. Maas, Kevin Hearne, Steve McHugh, Michael Anderle, Ilona Andrews, Patricia Briggs, Shannon Mayer, or K.F. Breene, you won't be able to stop listening to this highly addictive Nate Temple series.

©2019 Shayne Silvers (P)2019 Shayne Silvers

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  • fallenjade
  • 11-05-20

Oh my god, this was so good

I already love the series anyways, but I have truly not been disappointed. I feel like every book turns out to be my new favorite. Which is good and bad. They are sure jealous of each other and will one day come back to haunt me about which one was the absolute best. As always immediately after reading it, I would have to say this one of course. Let’s see how the next one fares...

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  • Lauren Jean Albright
  • 28-01-21

Way too much inner monolog

I struggled with concentrating on the story, there was too much detailing his own thoughts and dissecting all details it droned on and on. I would find myself tuning out and get lost when something actually happened, having to back up and making it longer to finish.

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  • Ian
  • 27-01-21

Action, chuckles, and awesome awkward characters!!

This book was not just a splash into the action pool, but a chunky dunk of fast paced story that breaks the mold for urban fantasy. This, like all Templeverse books, is hilarious and over the top shock factor. I would suggest reading this apart from others because the laughs and sobs will wake the neighbors. Enjoy the book, but if this is the first one you come across in the series STOP and start with obsidian son. Also you can get the first few books for 1 credit and the next few that way aswell. This author is a silver tongue (templeverse pun intended) wizard of the highest caliber and you will be crying for more.

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  • Jeremy N
  • 25-01-20

great read

Dont give up when you think things are going to suck this author always leaves you wanting more.

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  • whitetigris
  • 15-01-20

Temple Series

I have absolutely loved this quirky, foul mouthed, riotous story from book one. the writing is fantastic and the audible narrator is amazing. since book 3 they've all been one clicks for me and they never let me down.

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  • jason
  • 24-11-19

Shayne keeps cranking them out

As all of the nate temple books, this being no exception, there is a ton of action and humor and odd twists to the storyline. overall I have nothing to complain about and am eager for the next one. That being said, I know shayne is an indie author and can understand the decisions he makes, I just cant help thinking how much more thos series could be if he wasn't writing three others at the same time, it is truly impressive that he continues to churn out quality material for all of his series and keeps a release schedule that would have Stephan king having a double take...

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-11-19

Nate temple is probably the biggest asshole in literature

I love Shayne Silvers writing, but Nate temple is arguably the biggest asshole in literature bar none . He handles everything like a trust fund baby you went to school with basically validating peoples reasons for keeping him in the dark because he is only good at overreacting and trying to make those who are helping him do so on his terms. The story is compelling if not overwhelming because of the buildup to less than pulse pounding climaxes and then the reaction to said climax is a temper tantrum that you wish you could say: Jesus man are you on the rag??!!

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  • Dallas Goff
  • 15-11-19

love it

This is easily my favorite book series. I'm hooked. I can't wait for the next one.

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  • richard henney
  • 01-11-19

wow

love it. the great shayne silvers does it again with nate ,grim and the story is awsome

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 31-10-19

great book, narrator was quiet though.

the only thing I didnt like was that it sounded like the narrator was reading the book while someone was sleeping in the room with him and he didnt want to wake them.

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  • Richard C.
  • 13-10-20

great

Again a great book (audible), well worth a listen too, its just a shame it ends so quickly.

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  • PAUL
  • 31-01-20

Knightmare by Shayne Silvers

Needed to catch up before starting the new book/audio even though I have already read still great to listen and catch up again, this is a hell of a series to have...

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  • Martin
  • 30-01-20

Over to fast

This book felt slow to get going, then was over to quick and while plenty happen nothing really happened in the overall arching story. I look forward to the next issue in the series but hope it has a greater impact on the main plot. Enjoyed reading the Kellies interaction from Nates point of view and the two linked series

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  • Dan Wright
  • 22-11-19

one amazing series.

just an awesome series. needs listening to from the start. but do it. it's entirely worth it

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  • Stu
  • 20-10-19

5 star

As always, a five star rating for Shayne. Brilliant. ... Just one gripe is that you don't seem to be releasing enough. I think one book per week seems fair... get back to it then, these books wont write themselves. 😁