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Forgotten Ghosts

Vesik, Book 8
Written by: Eric Asher
Narrated by: William Dufris
Length: 8 hrs and 31 mins
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A necromancer's fear. A family's fate. An ancient spirit with a new alliance.

I shouldn't have told myself things couldn't get any worse. They did.

As Nixie struggles to unite the water witches, the Fae king discovers a spy in his ranks. We're forced to split our focus and our powers between the unrest in Faerie and the rising tensions in Falias. When Nudd's latest gambit puts humanity’s most dangerous weapons into his hands, we can't let anything stand in our way. We'll need help from new contacts and trusted allies if we hope to stop the Fae king's madness.

But the award for worst timing in history goes to an old friend: Vicky.

©2018 Eric R. Asher (P)2019 Eric R. Asher

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  • bill fletcher
  • 2019-01-21

Disappointed

I’ve listened to all 7 previous books. I ran through the reviews to see other opinions. I was disappointed to see a lot of the reviews were from people given free copies to review the book. I don’t usually write reviews but I just had to let you know how I feel about the way you pasted together this book and the ending. I suppose in a year or so when you get around to continuing the story I will be ready for another beat down!

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  • Bea in Georgia
  • 2019-01-18

Another homerun for Vesik!

This is the eighth installment of the Vesik saga, and in my opinion one of the best. The usual cast of characters are enhanced by some new faces, expertly performed by William Dufris. There are the requisite Zola words of wisdom, Sam's total lack of patience with Damian, snark of the highest degree from Foster and FOOD! The twists and turns in the continuing story were quite a surprise, but not at all unwelcome!If you haven't read or listened to these, you have no idea what you're missing. Read! Listen!! Accomplish nothing because you can't stop!! Once again Asher has hit the pinnacle of necromancy/vampire/faerie story telling. Definitely a 5 star production!

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  • Bear
  • 2019-08-11

Amazing

Loved the whole series! Can't wait tell the next one. Don't sleep on these books.

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  • Kevin Mitchell
  • 2019-08-07

Ending....

The ending just seemed kinda...unfulfilling and just ended. Even w/ it being a cliff hanger, it still seemed to end un-naturally. I did do the first 6 books as the 3 pack volumes so there is always the chance I didn't notice the cliff hangers there to compare them directly to this one.

Not saying I won't get the next one, The other 7 books have been a 4+.

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  • GB
  • 2019-05-15

Dark

These poor characters! They can never catch a break. War, always war for them. But, waiting for the day that will see them happy and peaceful will surely be the end of an epic series!

I love how this... family, that's what they are, comes together to fight for the good of EVERYONE. It makes things very emotional. We've been through a lot with these characters and they really feel like friends. So much danger, enemies left and right.

Surprising. This book will, for sure, leave you looking forward to the next book.

As always, the narrator brings this story to life in such a way that I can see everything played out like a movie. He brings the characters to life in very visual detail. He's perfect for this series!

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  • chris
  • 2019-05-11

A lot of filler

Honestly I maybe wrong but I feel at least with the book pack deals we got a good chunk of the story. This book for me was noting but filler with absolutely noting to keep you hooked onto the story. I am disappointed and think I will be waiting until they decided to make another book pack.

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  • Ryan
  • 2019-03-06

Another home run

Great story plus the best audiobook reader in the business? You can't go wrong. The only problem with Asher's stories is I always read through them too quickly.

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  • ROCKIE REVIEWER
  • 2019-03-05

What in the frozen chimichanga!!!

Eric Asher and Willian Dufris are an amazing duo!!!!!
Book 8 was so action packed from start to finish!!
So many bits and pieces tie together. And yet sooo many more questions!!
Can you say: CLIFF HANGER!!!!
I read it but do not review until audio because William IS Vesik!!

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  • Ross
  • 2019-01-31

amazeballs

this book was so good I couldn't wait to get to the next part then the next part.I recommend all of Eric are Asher's books including the vesik series he is so talented great writer

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  • Suile Gorma
  • 2019-01-25

fabulous

Eric once again writes a story that pulls you in...gets you so caught up in the vivid descriptive world of Vesek.