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Fallen Sepulchre

The Darkness Within Saga, Book 3
Auteur(s): JD Franx
Narrateur(s): Simon Vance
Durée: 15 h et 57 min
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Threatened by an Elloryan invasion reinforced by the Ancients, the sanctuary Ember and Max sought in DormaSai after Kael’s burial is at its end. A civil war rages in Cethos, and the threat of Wildland tribal attacks in the Blood Kingoms is imminent. They can offer no help to their Southern neighbors, leaving DormaSai as all that stands in the Ancients’ way. When the peace conclave crumbles and the Ancients are forced from DormaSai by unexpected allies, Ember and Max turn their attention to preparing for the Ancients’ inevitable return.

One year after Kael’s death, the Ancients return for the Human Animus seal, and with them, comes the full might of Emperor Mero’s Elloryan military machine. On the dawn of war, startling information from the North reaches the DormaSai military camp as King Kohl’s spies return from Corynth. They bring tales of a DeathWizard restoring the rightful Bale heir to the Cesthosian throne and freeing Talohna’s only ArchWizard from the clutches of the DragonKin.

Ember, Max, and Yrlissa are convinced that only one DeathWizard would have cause to do either - Kael.

As war with Ellorya erupts, their hope that Kael is somehow back from the dead must be set aside. The war that all of Talohna has dreaded for so long is about to begin, and hope is a rare commodity during any war.

Contains mature content.

©2018 JD Franx (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • Utilisateur anonyme
  • 2019-04-16

phenomenal!!! Best series

I cannot say enough good things about this entire series. You know how a lot of books will do a really good 1st book a really good 2nd book and then they fall off on the 3rd and it's not that good, that is not the case with this series the Writer did a phenomenal job. I was hanging on my seat for every moment I am so invested in all the characters. Seriously start reading the series it is so good I can not say enough good things about this rider the narrator and the story so good. It could be the next Game of Thrones it is that good. I cannot wait for the next book.

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  • Daniel Mohammad Heraty
  • 2019-03-18

Biggest let down ever

The third book of The Darkness within saga fucking sucks. There was so much build up, so much expectations, but that all died in a brutally awful manner.

To start with the author regressed in his writing skills. The first book was really cringy, but I gave it a pass since the second book improved a lot in story telling, but for whatever reason the author turned the cringyness back up to a 100,000%. And this is not the funny sort of cringy but the kind that breaks immersion and makes an impossible to get back into the story.

I had so many hopes for this story but most if not all the plot lines ended in a stupid anti-climactic way.

Then there is kale, who keeps getting stronger, but then is nerfed so badly that tavern drunks can kick his ass. Seriously what the fuck, this book ruined the series for me.

Here's my recommendations: save yourself the time and audible credits by finding yourself a new fantasy series to listen to, because I am done with this one.

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  • Dave
  • 2019-07-14

Dumbest Protagonists Ever

Want to listen to a book where all the protagonists are completely stupid and consistently make poor decisions? The series for you, jeebus! So infuriating

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  • Showtime7400
  • 2019-06-25

great read as the other books in this trilogy

looking forward to more from this author and this story. congratulations if you have read through the series and gotten to the end... The end or is it?

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  • j c hopkins
  • 2019-05-15

Don"t waste your time!

A hero who is a God one minute and weak sniveling baby the next. A hero who is constantly conflicted by the stupidest things. Being an avid fan of high fantasy I plowed through three books of this series constantly hoping it would get better, or at least bring at least one of the story lines to some sort of closure. There is no sense of "YES!!!!!That's what I was waiting for!" in this story, only a continual dribble of idiocy. Complete waste of time!!

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  • Patrick
  • 2019-08-15

If you want a trilogy with an ending - not here

Ever read a series where you like the protagonist, you like the concept but…This is one of those. The word impossible is used way too often and you soon learn that means entirely possible, but the characters never seem to get it. They all make dumb decisions, over and over; but not to worry, as soon as you read, he or she are overwhelmed by something they just can’t withstand, they immediately not only withstand it, but seemed to have planned it that way. Finally, I only started the series because it was a trilogy with all the books available. Well if this is a trilogy, it’s a trilogy without an ending or climax. It latterly just stops with the characters trying to figure out the next step in the middle of the crises, there is zero resolution. Disappointed and frustrated.

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  • Collin
  • 2019-07-31

an ending?

This is an emotionally charged third book to a great series,..however it is not ending. I cannot continue this series. The violence and sex I tolerated because I was stuck in the story. but it feels like the story is being extended and I cannot continue.

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  • Jason Raye
  • 2019-07-26

Terrible Story with Overused Words

I love Simon Vance, but this book overused the words "impossible" and "disbelief." The Arch Wizard is a dunce, and the story is confusing and anticlimactic. I hate this saga.

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  • LaTisha S Flowers
  • 2019-07-23

Couldnt stop listening

Please finish the next one before I lose my s**t... I hate myself when I start reading incomplete series, Love them. Then have to wait to find out what happens to them. Hurry PLEASE!!!!!

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  • Stephen
  • 2019-07-03

Diminishing return series

I heard somewhere that writers should never try to make a character more intelligent than they are, because the character’s actions will never be more clever than the writer. It became increasingly annoying in this series that the author describes various characters’ actions and observations as so incredibly clever while they were in fact average at best. This wouldn’t bother me so much if it hadn’t been so prolific in the book. I don’t want to be told constantly how someone observing something obvious makes everyone declare in awe that they have such a keen wit.

And you can only make so many plot twists before they lose all effect. A character’s background will be revealed to have a shocking secret in one chapter, only to be supplanted by an even greater surprise two chapters later. And yet again, this is annoying because it is throughout the book.

Finally I’ll gripe about the fact that power levels seem entirely inconsistent. You’ll have characters described as being legendary assassins, warriors, or wizards getting killed by mundane threats. It’s hard to feel connected to really connect with the peril that a protagonist is in when you aren’t sure if they’ll die from tripping and hitting their head on a table or survive a combined attack from the Greek, Norse, and Aztec pantheons all at once.