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Blood of Empire

Gods of Blood and Powder, Book 3
Narrated by: John Telfer
Series: Gods of Blood and Powder, Book 3
Length: 20 hrs and 58 mins
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Brian McClellan's Sins of Empire began an epic tale of magic and revolution. The story continued in Wrath of Empire, as rebels, spies and sorcerers clashed. Now this thrilling adventure reaches an explosive conclusion in Blood of Empire, the final novel in the Gods of Blood and Powder series. 

©2019 Brian McClellan (P)2019 Hachette Audio UK

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  • 26-03-2020

A Lot of Blood!

Vlora Flint's has lost her powers and is now powder blind after the battle of Crease, where she was badly wounded. She is now headed to Landfall with a new army from Adro. Her sole mission, to destroy the godstone, the "Adran way". However, with the disappearance of Olem she is feeling broken and she may, finally, be learning from her mistakes.

Styke takes a group of his Lancers to Dynize, along with Ka-Poel and Celine. However, his fleet was scattered in a storm and he has had to land on a beach some 100 miles away from the landing point. He and his Lancers face a long and dangerous trek across Dynize in the hope of meeting up with them, but the journey will not go well.

Michel and Ichtracia return to Landfall, where all roads seem to lead.

I loved this trilogy and am sorry it has ended, but it ended well. My favourite character was Amrec, the horse and the head of the house that Michel worked in (Didn't know spelling of man's name). As an aside, I think a list of characters ought to be listed when you have a series of books, such as this, to make it easier for people to review.

As an aside, the change of narrator was noticeable and I send my good wishes to the original narrator, Christian Rodska for a continuing recovery.

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