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The Grand Council - whose members, many of which are ancient enemies, represent the last of the free nations - convenes in the sacred Mountain King Temple to determine action against a leader with new drive and strength. Some claim this man promises greatness for all, some claim he is the greatest threat their lands have ever seen. But before any consensus can be made, an immense power is unleashed, annihilating the temple and killing the council members inside. Young Thorik Dain’s journey to discover who or what destroyed his people's most sacred center, leads him on an unexpected quest to prevent the fall of the great Dovenar Kingdom, and the elimination of all mankind.
Struggling to find the truth, Thorik confronts an entirely new world to him with overwhelming magic, altered beasts, battle-risen undead, and even deceivers amongst his closest allies. Weighing upon Thorik's shoulders are his uncle’s desire to control him, his mentor’s obsession to vanquish the new rising leader, and Thorik's own internal demons of self-doubt. The land’s destiny is in Thorik’s hands, while his confidence and conviction to his beliefs will define his own fate.
©2011 Books In Motion (P)2011 Books In Motion
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By jeff on 06-29-16

reminds me of a D&D mod

not a bad D&D mod the narrator was sometimes hard to listen to because he was rather monotone with the characters but the story was pretty decent and it was easy to listen

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By DrizztGirl on 11-02-15

great story and performance

This story was absolutely amazing. The words were clear and easy to understand. I highly recommend.

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