Steel Wolves of Craedia : Realm of Arkon

  • by G. Akella
  • Narrated by Zach Villa
  • Series: Realm of Arkon
  • 10 hrs and 23 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The flames of war spread through the Cursed Princedom to devastating effect. Bound by powerful centuries-old magic, the Great Essences yearn to regain their freedom. In the face of an impossible mission, Krian has no choice but to keep going while risking everything that's become dear to him. The only solution is to become stronger and forget the meaning of the word impossible. And so a plangent wolf's howl soars over the battlefield as a plate-clad cavalry rushes the enemy ranks....

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Most Helpful

I like this series

I just wish he would make the books twice as long. Also his reader needs to find out how to say Luffy properly. When he say it, it sounds like Lauffy.
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- KC Jones

boring, offensive, and boring

This book, rather than being a real story with a beginning middle and end, is just a regurgitation of the previous book with some new characters. Player fights undead, player fights a large, night stakes battle with nearly the same tactics as the large high stakes battle in the last book. boring. lots of talking about what's happening, lots of chatter about the larger plot, but did it move forward? Not really. listening to this book is like grinding mobs in an MMORPG. It gets you somewhere, but not in a fun way.

I wish there'd been more action, but the character ended up in nearly the same spot he started in.

Also, the depiction of gender roles in these books is atrocious. Women in these books are soldiers, but never fully realized as characters existing only to be objects of lust, sources of problems for the men to solve. I can only recall one instance where the main character said or implied that a woman might be equal to him, but he said something like, "I had to remember that in THIS WORLD (the game world) women are equal in every way to a man.". This kind of sexism is gross and I, for one, don't need it in my books. I'd rather read something by someone smarter or more enlightened. it's the 21st century.
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- P. C. Gardner

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-23-2017
  • Publisher: Audible Studios