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Underlord

Written by: Will Wight
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
Series: Cradle, Book 6
Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins
5 out of 5 stars (28 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

A tournament approaches.   

All around the world, great clans and sects prepare their disciples to fight against one another in a competition of young Underlords. 

Even the Blackflame Empire is drawn in, but their youth are not strong enough to compete.   

Yet. 

To temper and test them, the Akura clan throws all the elites of the Blackflame Empire into a lush training ground. There, training will be much faster and more rewarding. 

Lindon and his team are only too eager to milk everything they can out of this opportunity, even when doing so means making new enemies. 

The only winners will be those who reach Underlord.  

©2019 Hidden Gnome Publishing (P)2019 Hidden Gnome Publishing

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  • Ian Pape
  • 2019-03-15

Iteration 110 grows even larger and deeper

Will Wight and Travis Baldree continue to impress me. Wight seems to have a unique gift for writing non-human characters in a way that makes them very relatable and enjoyable. This is in addition to his gift for writing human characters, even those who think, feel and behave like gods. Baldree, reminiscent of voice actor Dee Bradley Baker in his range, is able to wonderfully recreate a huge cast of characters spread across different ages, sexes, species, levels of sentience and sanity. He effortlessly captures the bizarre and nuanced lunacy of the self proclaimed janitor extraordinaire Eithan, who uses his near omniscience primarily to irritate others and perform absurd practical jokes, when he isn't tearing at the fabric of the heavens with his machinations. Baldree is equally adept at capturing the ancient, sometimes crazed with overwhelming dragon power, sacred turtle Orthos, whose role in the story only raises my expectations for book 7. Wight continues to be a author whose worlds capture my imagination and, though Wight is an excellent narrator in his own right, Baldree's unique talents take the marvelous places, creatures, people and fights to new heights.

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  • Big Scott 32
  • 2019-03-14

just Amazing

the worst part of this book is i cant wait for the next 1 this has been the best one yet

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  • kevin
  • 2019-03-13

My favorite series

Its the next book in the cradle series what else can I say when Will Wight writes a book and Travis Baldree narrates other then Shut up and take my money!

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  • Jhaxx
  • 2019-04-01

Binge Listened the entire series. Need More!

I spent some time searching for the next good audible series. Went through several duds before finding Unsouled. It had good ratings on Story and Performance so I gave it a shot. After the first book I realized that I finally found a winner. It took all my madra to put it away for a few hours here and there but in the end I had to go back to it. I went though all six books in about a week.

The story is fantastic and Travis Baldree is an excellent narrator especially when Dross is speaking. Had me laugh out loud at times. I am now going to look at other Will Wight series just to pass the time while waiting for book 7.

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  • S. Seigel
  • 2019-05-15

Keeps Getting Better

Will Wight is a great author. His story is richly textures and his characters are a blast!

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  • alex
  • 2019-08-24

Really want the next book!

This series is so good. I love ALL of the characters, and it has just the right amount emotional weight. The audio team really outdid themselves. Simply Fantastic

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-04-07

My favorite audiobook by far

Not only is the book amazing, Baldree does an impeccable job at creating voices for the characters that are completely unlike any other voices. Amazing. Can’t wait for the next in the series!

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  • Kwabena Speller
  • 2019-03-14

Awesome story

The story keeps getting better and better. I also like how smoothly the characters evolve.

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  • Obstinate Pride
  • 2019-08-02

Okay story, great performance

Travis Baldee is pretty dang good! He understands the material, and doesn’t take himself too seriously. He Has great range and can convincingly portray women, men, old women, old men, and young men and women with great clarity and gusto. Story is meh... if your at book six your in it to win it. What seemed like a pipe dream, has become an expectation, and has ruined the theme quite a bit. Author seems to be in a hurry, but this series is okay. This novel seemed a bit derivative and rushed, but was enjoyable. Kinda like furious 7, it’s the same stuff doled out to you once a year. Its alright...

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-07-09

another great volume

I enjoyed will wights writing and how he sets things up. there is finally a hit of romance but nothing really happens. not a huge fan of Mercy's story but it is growing on me. I am excited to see Lindon go home in future novels.

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