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"I came to this town to kill my brother. Instead, I find myself weeping over his grave."
Eldrid Cole is a man who hunts what other men fear. In a land where the dead don't rest, there are few surprises left for him. But when a mysterious horror begins preying on the villagers of the northern coast, the carnage is worse than anything Eldrid has ever seen.
Determined to put an end to this murderous rampage, Eldrid pursues the nameless thing in a bitter race from one shattered town to the next. As Eldrid draws ever closer to his goal, the ghosts of his past loom large. Can he overcome the pain and regret of his memories and face this most terrible foe? Or will he succumb to both and be lost to death or madness?
Includes a special preview of Alan MacRaffen's science fiction novel: Carnival of Time.
The Doom of Eldrid Cole is set in author Chris Philbrook's world of Elmoryn: a vast dark fantasy playground where the spirits are ever present, and the dead ever hungry.
©2015 Alan MacRaffen (P)2016 Alan MacRaffen
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By Jim "The Impatient" on 05-01-16


Answer: HORSE
Good world building, I am interested. I had noticed Chris Philbrock's books, but I just figured they were another of the many zombie books. This has gotten me interested in the world he has built. It was a little overly descriptive in parts, but over all was a good read. I would also like to say that any writer who writes about someone having cracked ribs and than getting up and doing anything physical, has never had cracked ribs.

PS, how do all these people get free copies?

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By STEVEN on 04-10-16

Good story and narration

What did you love best about The Doom of Eldrid Cole?

I'm a James Foster junkie, and having him as narrator made it especially enjoyable

What did you like best about this story?

The story flowed well, despite being only 2hrs. It didn't feel rushed, I liked that.

What about James Foster’s performance did you like?


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I was provided a copy of this title in exchange for an honest review

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