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Publisher's Summary

Clear across the galaxy from where Grandmaster Vydor is building his kingdom of wizards, a new darkness is rising up. Soldiers who die in battle are standing back up and switching sides. Entire space stations are being wiped clean of life and the military is powerless. One man, perhaps more dangerous than the darkness itself, is all that stands between darkness and light.
The Lost Tales of Power is an open-ended series of science-fantasy books set in a vast multiverse. The Sac'a'rith is the fifth book set in the Lost Tales universe.
©2013 Vincent Trigili (P)2017 Vincent Trigili
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5 out of 5 stars
By Mindjacked on 03-05-17

Live in Another World

Across the galaxy from the wizards a new darkness is attacking stations and leaving them wraith infested and useless. That is until the Sac'a'rith come, but can they finally figure out who is behind these attacks and stop them, before the darkness gets them?

This book takes you away from the wizards and introduces you to other races in the galaxy, and while that is different it is not a bad thing at all, this book is just as good and just as action and suspense filled as all the rest, it is well worth your time, and I hope it is not the last we see of the Sac'a'rith. Audiobook narrator Jack De Golia really brought this book to another level and transformed the listener to another world, the one where the story is taking place and the listener can live there for a while so they can live in the story not just listen to it.

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