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  • Written by: Josiah Bancroft
  • Narrated by: John Banks
  • Length: 24 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (32 ratings)

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The Fall of Babel

Written by: Josiah Bancroft
Narrated by: John Banks
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The incredible final book in the phenomenon fantasy series described as “future classics" follows one man's dangerous journey through a labyrinthine world and the mysteries he uncovers along the way (Los Angeles Times).

As Marat's siege engine bores through the Tower, erupting inside ringdoms and leaving chaos in its wake, Senlin can do nothing but observe the mayhem from inside the belly of the beast. Caught in a charade, Senlin desperately tries to sabotage the rampaging Hod King, even as Marat's objective grows increasingly clear. The leader of the zealots is bound for the Sphinx's lair and the unimaginable power it contains. 

In the city under glass at the Tower's summit, Adam discovers a utopia where everyone inexplicably knows the details of his past. As Adam unravels the mystery of his fame, he soon discovers the crowning ringdom conceals a much darker secret.

Aboard the State of Art, Edith and her crew adjust to the reality that Voleta has awoken from death changed. She seems to share more in common with the Red Hand now than her former self. While Edith wars for the soul of the young woman, a greater crisis looms: They will have to face Marat on unequal footing and with Senlin caught in the crossfire. 

And when the Bridge of Babel is finally opened, and the Brick Layer's true ambition revealed, neither they nor the Tower will ever be the same again.

©2021 Josiah Bancroft (P)2021 Orbit

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ending was med

really looked forward to the ending and I was pretty let down, not many answers.

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A stunning conclusion

I haven’t enjoyed a series this much and raced through a series so quickly in years.

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amazing book

loved the story, the characters and the performance. hopefully there is another one in the series.

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