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Publisher's Summary

The Battle Academy has been besieged by an army of goblinoids under the control of the mother of the moonrats. They bide their time, keeping the academy out of the fight while Ewzad Vriil prepares to unleash a force of mutated monsters.
Jhonate and Faldon the Fierce have begun to unravel the mystery of the mother of the moonrat's identity, while Justan and Master Coal have learned the secret of Ewzad Vriil's powers. Both groups scramble to find a way to help the academy, but neither of them knows the full extent of the forces they're up against.
Will they be able to gather the strength they need to win The War of Stardeon?
The War of Stardeon is book four of The Bowl of Souls series.
©2013 Trevor H. Cooley (P)2015 Trevor H. Cooley
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By Joshua on 09-28-16

Great fun book.

Not the most complex book I've listened to but still well written. The narrator is a little too monotone, he does some good voices but his speech is clipped and doesn't sound natural except when he's doing certain voices. If he was to fix that it would be incredible.

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By F3EN on 10-08-15

Next Story Please Mr. Cooley

Would you listen to The War of Stardeon again? Why?

I listened to it twice already. Very good story .

Who was your favorite character and why?

I would have to say Willy-yum. We get alittle more about him this time around. Plus he gets a sweet ax.

Which scene was your favorite?

Death claws hug.

Any additional comments?

This was a great story. It fills in some blanks from the first three stories. Engaging as always.<br/>Can't wait for the next. Check it out.

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4 of 5 people found this review helpful

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