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

Most Helpful

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

More of the same

This series has potential but there are many problematic things which never get addressed in the sequel. The author must have a bet with someone to see how many times he can squeeze the word sneer into a book. Please expand your vocabulary in the future.

The story has issues, almost every character gets remarked on their appearance as soon as they are introduced, basically this is CW in a book form. Why would someone be browsing YouTube or playing games when billions of people died is a mystery but whatever. I could go on about irrational actions and paper thin characters but what's the point really. Harry Potter this is not.

The performer has his moments but accents are grating and sound really bad, I wish he didn't actually try.
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- Kirill

Book Details

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