Path of Tears : Saga of the Wolf

  • by Kris A. Hiatt
  • Narrated by Tim Bruce
  • Series: Saga of the Wolf
  • 12 hrs and 16 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Onneron is no longer at peace. Preparations for war have begun. There are rifts within the College and the Church. Both factions need to adapt to the ever-changing world and find their new place within it.
Treace is sent into enemy territory to find the key to unlocking more powerful magic that could help save thousands of lives.
But he isn't the only one looking for the key.
New friends and enemies alike will emerge that will test Treace's courage, skill, determination, and loyalty. As events unfold, Treace will be forced to make decisions that place his life, and the lives of the people he cares about, at stake.
The Saga of The Wolf continues with the second book in the epic series, Path of Tears.

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Disappointing

Have you ever read a story that has a hero that is consistently stupid? Consistently beaten by minor, piddling characters with rudimentary tricks? Consistently so naive that the story is not even believable? The end of the first book and this book seem to be determined to wreck any interest in the main character Treace. The first 3/4 of the story seemed to be developing a brilliant and capable hero. It seems the writer could not develop a conflict that was compatible with the level of hero she was creating so she simply dumbed him down. The villains are consistently smarter, more pragmatic and worse of all, more deserving to win than the supposed good guys. The villains routinely out work the good guys who spend all their time in useless contemplation or drinking and playing then seem confused when they get their asses handed to them over and over. After a time, you lose all empathy for a group of idiots defeated soundly over and over again by a group that actually is better organized, harder working, and more committed. It would actually be insulting for these idiots to suddenly win after all this excessive idiocy and endless moral equivocation.
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- James

Ok little children..I will tell you a story

This book has a great story and characters. It's the narrator I hate. I feel like I'm listening to a whimsical children's tale told in a singsong tone. It's hard to take the book seriously.
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- Jed

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-21-2017
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing