Mountain of Daggers : Tales of the Black Raven

  • by Seth Skorkowsky
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • Series: Tales of the Black Raven
  • 7 hrs and 12 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

One part James Bond, two parts Gray Mouser, Ahren the Black Raven fights demons, duels beautiful assassins, and steals the rarest of treasures, all while dodging an endless army of bounty hunters on his trail. Mountain of Daggers is the first collection of fantasy tales by Dämoren author, Seth Skorkowsky. Some call him hero. Others, a menace. But everyone agrees that Ahren is the best thief in the world. Whether he's breaking into an impregnable fortress, fighting pirates, or striking the final blow in political war, Ahren is the man for the job.
After being framed for murder, his reward posters have named him The Black Raven. In order to survive, Ahren finds himself drafted into the Tyenee, a secret criminal organization whose influence stretches across the world. Their missions are the most daring and most dangerous, and the penalty for failure... is death. When no one else can do it, they send The Black Raven. Mountain of Daggers is the first book in this collection of tales by Seth Skorkowsky, the author of Dämoren, book one of the best-selling Valducan urban fantasy series.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Great adventures and mysterys.

What about R. C. Bray’s performance did you like?

Another outstanding performance

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Tales of the Black Raven

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Really good book, it reminds me of an assassin creed game. Can't wait for book 2, Sea of Quills.

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- Dwayne

I really hope to see a followup soon!

I was a fan of the author's Valducan urban fantasy books, so I thought I would give this a shot. i'm really glad I did. The stories revolve around a thief named Ahren, who ends up joining The Tyenee, the secret thieves guild, after he is betrayed on a job. He is branded the Black Raven because of the betrayal, and is convinced by a Tyenee leader that it is a good nickname. In fact, he leaves black raven feathers at the scenes of his crimes as a calling card. He has a series of adventures, with successes and failures, all the while fighting against an enemy that has the power of a demon to assist them. The characters are compelling, especially Ahren, and he has more than his share of failures to go along with the triumphs, including losing someone very close to him. The villains are well thought out, with the actions scenes being exciting an believable. The villains are not over the top Bond villains, but realistically written. I am really excited to see where he takes the character in future books. Any fan of Alex Bledsoe's Eddie LaCrosse books or Brent Week's Night Angel books should really enjoy this book.
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- Steve H. Caldwell "Book Maniac"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-21-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios