The Warlock King : The Kings Series

  • by Heather Killough-Walden
  • Narrated by Antony Ferguson
  • Series: The Kings Series
  • 6 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Jason Alberich wears the crown of the sovereign of the warlocks, a dark breed that uses darker magic. He wears it well, skillfully wielding a power that would corrupt others. Yet he has paid the price for his control, bearing the scars of a time when his power had control over him. He is haunted by the regrets of a shady past and now lives each day and night with an isolated soul.
Chloe Septeran is an Akyri like no other. A member of a race that must depend upon warlocks for sustenance in exchange for servitude, Chloe runs from the dark magic users, choosing instead to live free of their hold. She has existed empty and "hungry," but stubbornly free of the warlock's dark embrace. However, now the fates have chosen to bring her running to a halt, as the thirteen Kings each discover their queens - and the Warlock King discovers his.
A mighty power is awakening, wreaking havoc on the supernatural world. The thirteen Kings, their queens, the werewolf nation, and the witch covens with their high leader, Lalura Chantelle, must band together and stand strong in the face of a dawning nightmare that threatens the very fabric of all they hold dear...and from which none may escape.


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Customer Reviews

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No Main Character Develolpment

The potential is there but this book is all over the place. It bounces from character to character and rarely focuses on the main characters. In the end I have no idea who the main hero is (as a person) because so little time was spent on his character development. I find myself frustrated and never satisfied and in the end I just waited for the book to end.

The other two books all seem to have a lack of well developed characters as well.

I bought this series at a discount so I will finish it because it does have entertainment value but I would not recommend spending a credit or full price.
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- T

I'm done with this series

I keep thinking this series is going to get better, but it isn't. The author spends very little time on the main characters and the majority of the book on supporting characters and other pointless story lines. I thought the first book did it to establish the setting and characters, but the second book did it too and this book was the absolute worst!!! There was very little interaction between the two main characters at all and absolutely no character development. There isn't even a good plot to make up for it. It was basically a book of all filler and no real content. I kept zoning out because what was going on had little to do with story. I had to force myself to finish the book over and over again. I have never wanted a book to end so badly.
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-20-2013
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio