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Publisher's Summary

The last mile is always the longest.
Emaculum is the haunting conclusion to the Scourge trilogy. Sir Edward Dallingridge’s wife, the Lady Elizabeth, waits once more in St. Edmund’s Abbey. And to reach her, Edward must battle a king and save a queen, break an oath and make another. He must destroy a legion of demons and take up God’s banner as two armies threaten to tear England apart.
The Red Plague that has swept England continues to burn through the populace, and the feudal hierarchy collapses. With every life he takes, Edward’s soul blackens a shade, and only his lost love can save him from his sins. But he must reach her first. And his greatest enemies are not the savage plaguers wandering the villages of his kingdom, but the men and women who have avoided the affliction.
Where is King Richard? Where are England’s armies? Can the Red Plague be cured? Edward will unravel each of these mysteries... but the answers may not please him.
©2014 Roberto Calas (P)2017 Roberto Calas
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5 out of 5 stars
By Erin McCracken on 06-03-18

Awesome series

I love the series and the works of the author. I wish the narrator would have read it more in a speaking format that the “William Shatner” style of obscured pauses in places that didn’t warrant them.
Still a good story and in the end well with the time. Hallelujah!

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2 out of 5 stars
By Teressa R. Terry on 05-21-18

In these times of madness...

I've loved Calas's Scourge series so much. The crazy adventures of Edward and Tristan, facing danger at every turn of the plot, perfectly balanced by Tristan's dry, irreverent, and sarcastic wit, have easily made them one of my my favorite replayable series.

After reading Calas's comments about choosing Lynn Roberts as narrator, and I wanted so desperately to like his attempt. To say I was disappointed doesn't even begin to describe my reaction. Tristan's sarcastic humor is nonexistent, which kills the story.

I would return the book, but I can't for some reason.

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