The past has a way of catching up with you. The random moments that flash by, the places you don't remember being, the things you shouldn't know but do - they're all pieces of a puzzle you keep ignoring until it's too late.
That's when your heart stops and you realize all the warning signs were there. But now you're trying to stare down a mad wizard, fire everywhere, hoping Lady Luck's going to help you out one last time. You promise you'll be wiser, that you'll make amends for the things you've done, but in your gut, you know the time's come. Life's about to call your bluff, and the only card you've got to play is pure, raw rage.
Season Three returns us to the world of Mondus Inferno, and the plight of the man with no name, for the most soul-shattering season yet! As enemies betray their conscience, and allies their convictions, the man without a name finds his past and present on a collision course. Strap in for the next exciting season of the post-apocalyptic dark fantasy series, The Wizard Killer.
What members say
Another Thrilling Season!
The Wizard Killer is back in full swing with season 3 of this addicting serialized fantasy series. Fans of this series, like myself, will find all the elements that made the first two books so yiggin' amazing. This particular season involves a lot of character and world development, moving the plot forward. Filled with humour, adventure and non-stop action, I inhaled this latest installment.
For new readers, I recommend starting back at beginning and binging through the first two seasons before jumping into this third book. This series can be best described as a a post-apocalyptic fantasy western adventure. As a serial, this full-throttle series from the first page of book one starts and never stops. I highly recommend to fantasy newbies, like myself, or die-hard fantasy readers looking to read another epic story in a smaller package.
Finally, this book will leave you dying for season 4! I can't wait to see where the series will go from here.
I re-read this on audio, which was (once again) and amazing experience. I can't get enough of the narrator who really brings the voice of Wes to life!
I received an advance reader ecopy from the author.