The Last Coven : The Tome of Bill

  • by Rick Gualtieri
  • Narrated by Christopher John Fetherolf
  • Series: The Tome of Bill
  • 18 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

There are reasons we fear the night. He might finally be one of them.
A goddess returned, a war between primal powers, and a prophecy to fulfill. That's a lot of crap to heap on anyone's plate, much less a former game programmer from Brooklyn. But that's exactly what Bill Ryder - gamer, geek, and legendary vampire - has to deal with.
Half his friends are missing and those that are left are mired in chaos. Sadly, Armageddon isn't about to give them a breather. The White Mother, a vile evil from the distant past, is amassing her forces to exterminate all who stand in her way - be they human, vampire, or other. Bill and his buddies need to find a way to stop her, while also keeping the other supernatural factions from tearing the world asunder.
It's finally time for Bill to master his powers, sort out his relationship woes, and figure out how to survive his date with destiny. Because if he can't get his act together, the curtain will fall and mankind will be forever plunged into everlasting darkness.
The Last Coven is the grand finale of the best-selling Tome of Bill saga, an urban fantasy series with a nasty overbite. If you like gory fight scenes, dorky humor, and Bigfoot-sized action, then you'll love Rick Gualtieri's latest installment in this kick-butt vampire series for the 21st century adult.


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Customer Reviews

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I Guess It Got Better

Well, I made it through all 8 books. The plotline is actually really good. The character development got a little better after the first 4 books. The character development never really got any better, although Sally became a little better rounded as we learned some of her history. My biggest problem with the series is that even through 8 books, this is still one string of sex jokes with breaks for action. I felt like James so often, having to look over the immature attitudes of perpetual 23 year olds to get to the meat of the story. Bill doesn't really get any more likable as we get to the end. Gam is still the highlight of the book.
If you made it through the first four books, you should probably make it through the last 4. The plot is really good. The execution, well, it leaves something to be desired.
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- Tony E.

I loved this whole series.

I loved everything about the series. There couldn't have been a better person to narrerate these books. I'm very happy with the purchase and will definitely be buying the whole series to read again!
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- Amazon Customer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-20-2017
  • Publisher: Rick Gualtieri