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Publisher's Summary

After a year of fighting across three different lands, Dante and Blays have finally brought Gladdic to justice - and in the process, they've unleashed a horror beyond all reckoning.
The enemy is known as the White Lich. He is ancient. He is immensely powerful. And Gladdic believes he will soon enslave all of Tanar Atain.
Their only chance to defeat him is to strike fast, before the lich has regained his power. But attacking him directly would be suicide. Instead, Gladdic has an alternative. Once upon a time, the lich was human, with a mortal body. Gladdic believes that original body is still out there, hidden somewhere in the swamps.
If they can find it and kill it, then the lich should die with it. But if they fail, the White Lich will rip the souls from the people of Tanar Atain - and turn his gaze on the rest of the world.
©2017 Edward W. Robertson (P)2017 Podium Publishing
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5 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy on 07-16-17

Brilliant! More Please!!

Its always a worry to me when reading multiple parts of a book because you never know if its going to be as good or warn out, but with that said this book 4 is absolutely amazing, it keeps me on edge for the most part and I'm asking myself constantly through this book "what's going to happen next!!??" I love how the author incorporates Gladic in this story as well as the new characters. As always the author keeps the great sense of humor of the main hero's and in my opionion goes to another level with them. The only thing I'm truly dissapointed in is how long I'm going to have to wait before the next book comes out.

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5 out of 5 stars
By James on 07-15-17

Fantastic

This was really one of the best books in the series. And it had me on edge for Dante and Blaze to pull things off.

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5 of 5 people found this review helpful

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3 out of 5 stars
By Sally on 07-16-18

what a shame

I have enjoyed the books in the series so far, but this one was disappointing and very slow.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Macmedal on 05-06-18

Great Series

I have enjoyed this epic ongoing series and like many hope it continues for many more cycles to come. This was a particularly dark episode in the cycle and moved at a splendid pace. However like all his books he does have a tendency to periodically go off at a rambling tangent with what I can only describe as some rather dull passages of over detailed prose. I am not sure if this is entirely the authors fault or if the narrator exacerbates the issue. However it’s easy to forgive such things as the rest of the story makes up for it. The main characters are also at last after many episodes also developing into more credible, mature and dare I say it more interesting personalities. Look forward to the next instalment.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Michelle on 06-13-18

A great listen as always ..AAA+

Dante and Blays two heros do it again.
A easy listen story of worlds colliding

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5 out of 5 stars
By Andrew on 05-23-18

The Best I've Read

I'm quite widely read, and I'm not exaggerating when I say that this is the best book I've ever read. The author takes the antagonist of the second book and shows how his world view is destroyed and reformed anew, at which point he moves from antagonist to mentor and companion.

The book is conpletely written from the mains characters' points of view, the extraneous secondary character perspectives are removed completely, and the book returns to the primary characters' camraderie that I first fell in love with.

If you have gotten this far in the series, you probably know you're in for witty writing and morally complex characters, but this is the best in the series by far.

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