What Once Was One : Passage of Hellsfire

  • by Marc Johnson
  • Narrated by Bryan Zee
  • Series: Passage of Hellsfire
  • 12 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Lead by the dark wizard, Premier, the kingdom of Alexandria was almost overrun by the foul creatures from the Wastelands. With the help of his friends and neighboring kingdoms, Hellsfire was able to defeat him, but only at the cost of his mentor.
Hellsfire is now a wizard, but he must finish what he started by hunting down Premier and retrieving the Book of Shazul. He must venture deep into the Wastelands, bypassing his way through thousands of creatures bent on killing him.
Beating in the heart of the Wastelands is something far more dangerous than Premier or his beasts waiting for Hellsfire. It will force Hellsfire to make a devastating choice - a choice that will have repercussions not only for the Wastelands and Northern Shala, but for the entire land and the one he loves the most.
What once was one, will then be two, and never again be whole.

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Continuation

Hellsfire journey continues. He manages to bring down the Great Barrier but gets more than he bargained for in the process. He then is banned from Alexandria and tries to atone by leading an expedition to the south and discover what they can about what was happening down there all these years.

Hellsfire, true to form, immediately lands in hot water and in the middle of a war. It's interesting to me that Hellsfire seems to know when to keep his mouth shut but has a very hard time speaking when he should. He accepts things that aren't his fault and doesn't ask questions when he knows he ought to.

All in all, this was a go between book where significant things happen and Hellsfire learns more about his powers. I will look forward to the 3rd in the series to see Hellsfire truly mature and come into his powers and become the powerful force he is destined to be.

The narration, while unconventional, is really rather good and once you get used to Brian Zee's style, it flows along quite nicely.

I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook Boom! in exchange for an honest review.
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- Reg

Good Story

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Thought this was a well written book. I think the narration was too flat throughout, maybe a different narrator or maybe just read this series. Kudos to the author, kept me listening!

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- James

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-28-2016
  • Publisher: Marc Johnson