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Fury's Gauntlet

SunRider Saga, Book 2
Written by: Rafael Hohmann
Narrated by: Ralph Lister
Length: 24 hrs and 50 mins
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"If there were Gods, they are all dead. We are the Gods now...."

Lord Mal'Bal's depravity knows no bounds. His campaign of carnage, led by monsters of his own forging, paints a stench of death across Lenova. The only hope in stopping the Golden Agony lies in four young heroes.

Terrifying aberrations roam secret hallways. Cities burn. Star-Children are massacred. Fields are awash in gore.

Finn, Leeya, Goblin, and Altin search for any solution to slow Mal'Bal's tyranny, looking for a way to level the odds against the Lich who knows all futures and creates anti-life with a wave of his hand. Even Wahala, Queen of the Depraved, finds herself willing to do anything, to the extent of breaking her own morals, to stop her near-omnipotent master.

Yet there is another force stirring, something writhing in the shadow of dreams, awakened by the cries of war. An entity ancient and sinister has its eyes set on Finn. This time, SunRider might need the help of his dormant bracer if he wishes to survive.

The journey of SunRider continues in this epic sequel with battles, mysteries, and quests spanning from Pania, the city of engineering, to Lyria, the floating capital of Lenova - from magical libraries to pocket-dimensions.

©2018 Rafael Hohmann (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • 2019-02-05

i love it like lord of the rings and very addictiv

i feel awe by the story telling and want to collect all of it and feels so real listening.

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  • Matt
  • 2019-02-01

Fun and exciting read!!!

I love the main character Fin. His character development reminds me of Rand Al Thor in the wheel of time series or Eragon. He has great morals and is loyal to his friends and everyone who needs a protector. I like how he accomplished a lot in the first book but was never the biggest “bad A” until the intense training in the mirrors of creation in this book. Much like Eragon after he receives the blessing of the dragons in that series. It’s a fun and exciting read that makes you really hate the villains and love the hero’s. I’ve had the audio book for a week and a half and listened to it twice already. Looking forward to the next book and learning more about the black tentacled entity that is calling Fin to him.