The Night of the Swarm : Chathrand Voyage

  • by Robert V. S. Redick
  • Narrated by Michael Page
  • Series: Chathrand Voyage
  • 30 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Robert V. S. Redick brings his acclaimed fantasy series Chathrand Voyage to a triumphant close that merits comparison to the work of such masters as George R. R. Martin, Philip Pullman, and J. R. R. Tolkien himself.
The evil sorcerer Arunis is dead, yet the danger has not ended. For as he fell, beheaded by the young warrior-woman Thasha Isiq, Arunis summoned the Swarm of Night, a demonic entity that feasts on death and grows like a plague. If the Swarm is not destroyed, the world of Alifros will become a vast graveyard. Now Thasha and her comrades - the tarboy Pazel Pathkendle and the mysterious wizard Ramachni - begin a quest that seems all but impossible.
Yet there is hope: One person has the power to stand against the Swarm: the great mage Erithusmé. Long thought dead, Erithusmé lives, buried deep in Thasha's soul. But for the mage to live again, Thasha Isiq may have to die.

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Customer Reviews

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Great books but the lousiest ending ever!!!

I have listened to these books for hours, and they have kept my interest every second, the characters were great and the bad guys get killed. But the ending was the worst, I kept waiting for Thasha to show up and instead Pazel ends up in the sea with the fish chick!! What the hell!! His friends don't remember him, only the rat!! Wow I can't believe how disappointed I am. The narration was great, Michael Page is terrific, I buy almost everything he narrates.
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- Mary

Dissappointed, but still a fan or Redick!

Would you be willing to try another book from Robert V. S. Redick? Why or why not?

I will certainly read/listen to more books by Redick. His previous books were great, this one, however, did not live up to those same standards.


Do you think The Night of the Swarm needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

No, the story of Pazel and friends has been concluded.


Any additional comments?

While I am a big fan of the first three books in this series, this one just seemed forced. There was a lot of worry/nervousness among the characters only to have the major issues solved almost instantly. I feel that the story advancement throughout this novel was limited and the series could have been concluded in book 3.

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- Paul

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-25-2013
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio