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When Arthur Curie learns of a chink in the Darkness's armor, he knows it's his chance to turn the tide in a millennia-old conflict.
There's just one problem.
To take that chance, he'll have to risk his entire army, side with a former enemy, and defeat forces of Darkness far greater than he's ever faced before.
But you know what they say, no guts, no glory, right?
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By Ray Johnson on 03-11-18
Sitting on the Throne
Wow, book 5. This series goes by so quick that you don't realize how deep you are in, until you come up for breath. J.A. knows how to tell a tale, and he really seems to enjoy giving Arthur a hard time.
As per usual, this book picks up where the last left off, and man, do I appreciate that. This time, we see Art and Co. have a glimmer of hope, a real chance to defeat his enemy the only problem is there is a huge risk attached to following up on that lead. Kind of like an all or nothing scenerio. But, if you know Arthur by now, then you know what he is going to do.
I really enjoy Cipriano's work, it has a depth that you might not see at first, as one might just see swords, babes, and blood. But he really can tell a tale, and you will not realize how much time has gone by until you finish the story. I do hope that he manages to get this beast under control enough to give the series a finale that it deserves.
Furlong really blasts the airwaves with his narration. He breaths life into each character, and adds to the action with just his inflections. I love listening to him. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like mewill decide based on my review.
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By David J. Molinari on 06-21-18
fun and gratuitous
liked the book and series a lot. got thrown off by a 2-3 chapter block where the language and blatant "I guess I'll [have sex with] her now". Not a prude here, it just seemed the author went through one of those weeks while writing.