Impact of the Fallen : The White Mage Saga

  • by Ben Hale
  • Narrated by Derek Perkins
  • Series: The White Mage Saga
  • 10 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Empowered with the magic of luck, the Master has no equal. At her command, the Dark has devoured half the globe. Entire nations have been erased, continents have vanished, and billions are dead. The desperate survivors have joined a worldwide evacuation to the Americas. Their hope died when the Oracle fell.
Yet they do not yield.
Inspired by the Oracle's defiance, mankind has chosen to fight. For them to triumph, they require a weapon - one that now walks the Dark, forgotten and lost. Battling hordes of fiends, he seeks to escape the cloud. Instead he finds a young woman, one who has fallen from the sky. Both are believed to be dead, and when they return one thing is certain.
The whole of the Earth will feel the impact.


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Customer Reviews

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Too repetitive, uninteresting quests

It was disappointing listening to book 4 after enjoying books 1-3. As happens with many sagas that extend past a trilogy, the subsequent books tend to become repetitive tests & quests, not really moving the story along, as was the case here with Sword, Tess, and other 1st tier characters.

Additionally, I dropped a whole star for the author's goofy idea with the People's Voice Act where it would transform the political landscape into a pure democracy where the people would decide on actions with direct votes rather than through representative democracy. The reason he gave was that it would reduce corruption and insure a better system. What he failed to understand is that the majority of voters in any system are low-information citizens and, as such, are prime for corrupting demagogic influences, in essence, creating a mob rule society where the tyranny of the masses would always over-rule that of the minority, even when minority positions would have the moral high ground. Such a system would only require a computer to tally the votes. Strangely enough, the dictator president ensured that he still "lead" the top of the anarchy pack.

I'll not be continuing this series.
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- Sailfish

Coming together

Good story with good reader. I'm continuously amazed when an author's grammar lacks the ability to know gerunds take possessive adjectives and prepositions take objective case pronouns. I guess I should just learn to live with it since it seems to be the way it is going to be but it just hurts my ears to hear it read
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- Ray

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-07-2016
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing