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Mobius

Nightlord, Book 6
Written by: Garon Whited
Narrated by: Sean Runnette
Series: Nightlord Series, Book 6
Length: 39 hrs and 23 mins
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Faced with war and the end of the world, Eric - or Halar the First, King of Karvalen - must find a way to stop a godlike entity bent on his destruction. His quest will be no easy thing, not a straight line to his goal, but even he can't anticipate just how far it will lead him on this epic journey. He will have to go farther than he can imagine from everything he has ever cared about before he can even begin a new journey - a journey home.

Can he save the world and the people he loves? And, in so doing, will he be able to save himself?

©2019 Garon Whited (P)2020 Podium Publishing

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  • Ashton T.
  • 2020-02-18

Ice, Ice, Baby

Usually with the expansion of a thing there’s a weakening, but these books just keep getting better!

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  • Ryan
  • 2020-02-20

Great book

Great book and nice addition to the series. I’m sad that I’ll have so long to wait before another installment comes out.

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  • mike Raynor
  • 2020-02-18

Simply AWESOME!

the team of Garon Whited and Sean Runnette strike again with one of if not the best Vampire book to date!! the only bad thing about this book is that it had to end!!

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  • Gary J Naylor
  • 2020-02-25

Nightlord Series

Probably my all time favorite series, looking forward to the next installment! Keep them coming!

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  • Daniel
  • 2020-02-21

Big departure

So this story picks up where the last one ended but it’s doesn’t take very long for everything we have read and seen developed to be set aside because of the time travel element. That jarred me a lot. I miss the characters from book five, I really wanted to see what happens with the moon people and I liked the multiverse events of book five. This book has a little bit of the multiverse in the first quarter of the story right after Eric goes back in time but after that it settles on this one world that I imagined as some kind of feudal Japan but that’s probably just me. I dislike how Eric’s character has gotten angrier and angrier while making the same basic mistakes and hypocritical actions. For example he hates people spying on him but he spies on everyone else. He hates being a leader but when someone doesn’t call him but the honorific title of the position (that he is trying to reject and or avoid) then he gets very angry. There is not as much humor in this story and his alter ego god self is absent for the majority of the book. Eric can be super smart and very over powered but he fails to take basic precautions to keep his things from being stolen. Most of the time he is the one driving the conflicts to escalate rather than take actions to repair relationships or apologize. I wish he was the adventuring guy from the first, third and fifth book. Seems like the even books are always more moody and depressing and full of complaints. I also don’t understand how the orb of evil can be so powerful and indestructible. It seems like the orb was an excuse for the time jump between book two and three and a reason to jerk Eric out of being a king or adventuring on Rethvan. If the demon king entity was created then it can be destroyed. Why is it that only evil things dwell in Eric’s subconscious represented by the basement in his mental study? It’s like only his bad actions count and none of his good actions count. Anyway, what it boils down to is that as a character, Eric is becoming someone I don’t want to listen to or follow along with. He kind of reminds me of the person who thinks of themself as depressing so they act depressed and drive everyone away. Yet somehow there is always a woman that to quote firebrand “she likes you boss” which to be honest who the heck would want to be around someone who is always this angry and throws tantrums? Seriously, I lost count of the number of times Eric throws a tantrum in this book. One of my favorite moments was when his alter ego reestablishes contact with him and tells him to knock the dramatic dreaming off. Can we have adventure next time? Less Eric being a jerk and killing people for no reason? Though I do hope he raises the little girl that he has at the end. I hope the back of energy that went into her made her immortal or something. I also noted that even though Eric spent a lot of the book complaining about his time paradox and how he hates having no choice because he is fated to be his own vampire grandfather that he had a comment that he could see a way out of it. But not going to tell us that because it’s probably the plot of the next book. But at the same time even though he can see a way out he’s going to continue whining and moping about it. Maybe the next book will be more fun and less depressing. I just didn’t enjoy this book as much as previous entries.

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  • David Padilla
  • 2020-02-21

It really felt like a filler.

Sean's performance was awesome. Unfortunately the story just felt like it went nowhere. I'm a big fan of Garon's work and I've been waiting for this story for so long and it just felt a little disappointing. It feels like the beginning of the end, but not in a good way.

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  • Aya
  • 2020-02-21

Can't wait for book 7!

Perfect narration as always. I love this series. I hope the author just keep writing and Sean will always be the narrator. 10/10

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  • Lilah Quinn
  • 2020-03-05

Abrupt ending

This is the first Nightlord book that feels incomplete. Every book in the series is packed unutterably FULL - of plot points, side stories, characters, settings, new challenges and powers for the main character, yet every one, when it finally comes to an end, has felt like a cohesive whole that has a clear beginning, middle and end, except this one. For the first time, the author planted seeds for storylines that didn't bear any fruit in this book-- the kinds of seeds that, in every other book, would DEFINITELY be explored before the book ended, or at least begin to do so.

Sigh. The story is entertaining in the same way all books in the Nightlord series are. Sean Runette continues to give a great performance, and Mobius is definitely worth a read if you're into the series. But, I don't know, I guess I'd say be prepared for slight disappointment when you reach the end. There will be a moment where you go, "wait, that's it?! what about the _______?! and didn't he need to _______?!"

You've been warned.

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  • BrookeCat
  • 2020-02-29

Another great one.

Please please please do a crossover book with Mark Tufo! I would love to have hours of these characters and worlds coming together!

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  • Broken
  • 2020-02-27

The nerfing of your favorite weapon in a MMO & a filler episode of your favorite anime combined into a book

To be fair, I will buy the next book. I quite like the series. But this is a 40hour book that for most of it went nowhere. There were some interesting things that could go somewhere in the next book. It just felt to me like the main character got dumber than what was previously established.

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