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Forged for combat, the rock trolls have no equal. They train from birth, endure brutal conditioning, and mark their skin with every kill. They have become the very flesh of war, but their history of honor has been forgotten. Now a bounty has been issued, one which calls for the extermination of their race. To survive they must awaken to what they have lost, before their enemies begin to gather.
Born in the midst of a bloody conflict, Tryton bears a heart of peace. His talent will command respect, but his nature is the true weapon. To wield it he must rise to lead them all - without sacrificing his soul. The fate of his people lies with him, but the seeds of destruction have already been sown.
And the harvest has come.
©2015 Ben Hale (P)2016 Podium Publishing
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By Wayne808 on 12-26-16

great book

the story line was great. the narrator did a great job. I definitely recommend it.

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By Sailfish on 10-28-16

How I learned to love the trolls

A coming of age story of war mongering trolls who raise their young under brutal Spartan-like conditions and, one such youth, who decides to change their society to put more focus on the family. Not much intrigue and nuance with this species, more like, "if it walks and bleeds, KILL! (or, darn it!, enslave)"

The writing was excellent and the narration was well articulated and enjoyable to listen to. It was a fun novel and worth picking up the next one in the series.

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By Mr. Sp Howley on 08-21-17

Childish

Really quite silly and contrived. A waste of my last credit. A shame, should have researched more.

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By Tony on 04-28-17

Omg

Buy buy buy this guy is so the next David gemmel
Get reading you wont be disappointed and it's a easy read

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