Legends of the Nameless Dwarf: The Complete Saga

  • by D. P. Prior
  • Narrated by Bob Neufeld
  • 55 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The entire Legends of the Nameless Dwarf Tetralogy in one set:
1. Carnifex: A Portent of Blood
"Gritty, tense, and brutally tragic. High quality storytelling with great characters and a relentless plot." - Mitchell Hogan, author of A Crucible of Souls and Aurealis Award winner
For more than a thousand years, the dwarves have hidden away from the world in their ravine city of Arx Gravis.
Governed by an inflexible council whose sole aim is to avoid the errors of the past, the defining virtue of their society is that nothing should ever change.
But when the Scriptorium is broken into, and Ravine Guard Carnifex Thane sees a homunculus fleeing the scene of the crime, events are set in motion that will ensure nothing will ever be the same again.
2. Geas of the Black Axe
"A dwarf with no name is a dwarf most shamed."
As the lands above the ravine city of Arx Gravis face their gravest peril, the last desperate hope of Creation lies in a dwarf with a grisly past:
The Nameless Dwarf - a pariah, untouchable, the most cursed of dwarven kind.
But in a world plagued by deception, where no action is free from risk, the road to salvation is shadowed with portents of blood.
3. Revenge of the Lich
The survivors of the slaughter at Arx Gravis flee their ravine city, leaving its walkways and canals awash with blood.
Convinced there can be no atonement for what he has done, the Nameless Dwarf joins forces with a whiskerless thief.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Gripping and engaging

Would you listen to Legends of the Nameless Dwarf: The Complete Saga again? Why?

Yes. It was quite compelling. Really kept you listening.


What did you like best about this story?

The descriptions and alliteration. Really brought to life with Neufeld's narration.


Which scene was your favorite?

When Cordy smacked Carnifex in the face with Thumil's book. Haunting scene.


Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Takes you everywhere. Funny in parts. Horrific and tragic in others.


Any additional comments?

Don't want to give spoilers but stick with it. It isn't always sad.

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- Paula

A great read and even better listen.

I am only partially through this audio, but I find myself making time to listen as much as possible. the story telling of D.P. Prior is professionally narrated by Bob Neufeld in a way that enhances the imagery in your mind. I have previously read the print as well as Kindle versions but the inflections of an audio artist brings out moments that my mind skipped over while reading.
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- sheila

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-14-2017
  • Publisher: D. P. Prior