Knightfall : Nightlord

  • by Garon Whited
  • Narrated by Sean Runnette
  • Series: Nightlord
  • 41 hrs and 19 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's not easy, being king. You can't always rule a kingdom and still do what needs to be done.
Eric - or King Halar, also known as the Demon King - has more than enough problems without the crown. But quitting the job of king isn't easy, either - unless you want to be beheaded. Most people regard that as an unsatisfactory way to quit. Even vampire lords tend to be cautious about guillotines. A king who loses his head has a real problem...or none at all.
It's time to sort some of these problems out, settle a few more, and kill the rest. But at what cost?
Knightfall is the fourth book of the Nightlord series. It picks up exactly where Orb (book three) ends, and carries on with an adventure of epic proportions!

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Depressingly boring - loved the first 3

There were so many opportunities for this book to shine. Somehow the author missed those opportunities in this book. He focused almost all of his attention on Eric's depression and spent almost no time developing other characters. Mary grew a bit, but as much as she's in the book her character is very 1 dimensional. Very "perfect" and against the contrast of Eric/Halar being so very whiny I didn't feel their dynamic. The whole thing with Yohan was one of the smaller portions of this book. Tons of time was spent building up the Yohan and then it's just super easy no problems to kill him. Like every battle in this book it was high on Eric's feelings and low on things actually happening. This book was about brooding. I sure hope that the next book is stronger and spends more time developing the side cast.
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- Joshua

Good story however he does babble a bit.

I love the narration, and the story isn't bad. However I wonder how long the book would be if you removed say 1/2 of what I would say is pointless babble? I found myself tuning out during long periods of exposition on magic, or how things work in this fictional world and only started listen when something happened. I made a similar comment in my review of book 3, and was on the wall about giving book 4 a go. But hell its a 40 hour book, with a great narrator and an ok story so diffidently worth a credit.
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- Brett

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-15-2017
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing