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It could all be over before it even begins.

Clyde Hatchett and the rest of the Skull & Thrones better play their cards right - otherwise their newly formed guild will fall in a war with the Iron Silents, the overpowered immortals fond of spawn-camping and, well, anything that puts them ahead.

So much for resting on laurels, huh?

To keep his dreams alive and his newfound family safe, Clyde is committed to do whatever it takes. His usual thieving tactics are all well and good, but this time he'll also throw magic, his ties to the prince, and even a few kobolds at the problem. He just hopes it'll be enough.

©2020 Eric Ugland (P)2020 Tantor

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Much better ending on this one than the previous.

No mid paragraph cliffhanger stopping point on this book, which I greatly appreciate. I look forward to hearing the next audio book in the year 2200.

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  • Bigt983
  • 2020-11-27

mmmm some good old ugland cooking

this is book 4, or 12/13 depending on how you look at it. you know what you are getting and I can't wait for my next monthly serving! hellegers is in the top 4 for narrators for me as well.

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  • Cory
  • 2020-11-28

The posters are coming will you be Ready

A poster said coming things are coming to a head and we learn about a desperate side effect that needs to be taken care of that says things up for the next book what can you really say about this book other than if you like the other ones in the Series then you're gonna like this one

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  • Brandi
  • 2021-02-14

Ugland does it again!

A wonderful mix of irreverence and virtue, player stats and world building. I can't wait to find out how the "good guys" and "bad guys" will meet!

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  • Jeremy Baggs
  • 2021-02-12

Fantastic!

Fantastic book as always, just wish they were longer! Can’t wait for the next one

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  • Michael
  • 2020-12-21

Stupid-ily good

Ugland is annoying, in that he writes these fantastic books, but actually requires time to write them. If somebody could invent good cloning or a time machine, I would really appreciate it.

Seriously, this is a great series and this book is fantastic, read it!

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  • david.d.L
  • 2020-12-19

good an funny

as normal the book is funny an keeps me wanting more cant wait for the next book in the series

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  • Sailfish
  • 2020-12-07

Another Entertaining Book In The Series

The Iron Silents are at war with Clyde Hatchett and his coterie and aim to wipe them out and, being immortal as his lonesome self, they clearly have the upper hand. What plays out is an intriguing set of adventures where Clyde is juggling many mini-challenges as well as attempting to prepare for the gang war between their two factions. Since Clyde's people are not immortal when one of them die, it's for real and as it happens, one of them do die. This event was well written in that it makes the story more realistic where Eric Ugland clearly understands that, as sad as it may be, key players need to die to impress that point.

While it was all enjoyable, there were two issues I took with it. One, there was a new character introduced who seemed meant for a larger role but that was left hanging with little insight as to what that may be. [LIGHT SPOILER FOLLOWS]The last issue had to do with Clyde's method for imprisoning an immortal. They were left alone in an unbreakable prison without food nor water other than what came from re-spawning, where they would continue to die and re-spawn indefinitely. While they were cruel and vile, this punishment was inhumane and vile on its own. He should have left some means for them to atone if they chose, something like making toys or cloths for kids or some other way to better occupy their time rather than forced into cannibalizing themselves, die, rinse, repeat.

Even so, it was well written overall and Neil Hellegers continues to perform flawlessly.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 2020-12-06

4/5

Love Eric Ugland and Neil helligers. truly an amazing team up. The way Neil brings a story to life is almost as incredible as the way Eric writes it. the characters are human, the dialogue is incredible. even the characters interrupting someone is unique to only this series. love that clyde has magic and the story is just so damn good. great stuff. 4/5

the reason for the 4/5 and not a 5/5 is as follows:

I understand that with his drain spell clyde is gaining too many spells and abilities and I get the book is quick so eric can put them out regularly which I enjoy. heck there is alot do story and it cannot be all fights. what bothers me is how clyde never used certain spells. high level ones too. now ok I understand this may be to illustrate how he just has too many spells and can't remember. however clyde is very smart and could study a few of the high level ones correctly realizing they'd be badass then trying them in a fight. for example hold humanoid lvl 23 and hold monster lvl 30 something...maybe not as flashy as pulling out a bone but useful. there are a bunch of others that we be we get to see. I know you need to increase drama and not be boring but using at least some of his other spells would be nice.

great great story. love ya eric and Neil. just down feedback. absolutely cannot wait for more

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  • A speed Reader
  • 2020-12-05

Amazing as usual.

Eric Ugland once again has written a phenomenal story. If you have read any of the books written before this, war of the posers is just as good as the others. After the time spent finishing it you still want more it is very entertaining read or listen.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-12-04

The little things

I love how he adds little things in to this series that had been mentioned in the good guys. like when Hatchet was asked if the kobold he is sending was going to steal a potion of intelligence. Took me a minute to realize why that sounded familiar. Love this series and the good guys series I'm always left wanting more!

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