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Storm Company is scattered. Magic is out of reach. The beasts are charging.

Zeke and his friends have been with each other constantly since coming to Brindolla. They found the power to support themselves via potent magic that would make their wildest dreams back on Earth seem tame.

All of that comes crashing down when one of War's generals manages to wound Orlow’thes, the guardian of the waters, near the Continent of Beasts. Their fight scattered Storm Company to the winds, and this place only gets weirder and wilder as time passes.

Zeke is now sick and unable to touch his magic. Only Bea has remained at his side, and together they need to hunt for a cure. The only other option is to wait it out and hope his friends survive. Yet, waiting has never been his style. It’s time to brave the strongest beasts and the most cunning of beings.

Time for the fight against War to go Into the Wild.

©2020 Christopher Johns (P)2021 Mountaindale Press

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  • R. Harmon
  • 16-02-2021

It's like the story equivalent of candy.

If I want a literary classic, I'll read Dickens or Twain. If I want characters with more depth than an oceanic fault line, I'll read Brandon Sanderson.

If I want a fun narrative with likeable characters that get along with each other, this is the series I listen to. It's like a literary chocolate cake. Sure, a literature professor might complain about it using words like "theme" or "foreshadowing" and there are a few areas where the author could use a bit more polish, but it's not really a problem for me because I can tolerate some rough edges if the story is fun and engaging (that is to say, "tasty").

I know some people won't like it because there's not much interpersonal conflict. I think that's actually one of the reasons why I like it so much. It's a story about a group of friends being transported to a fantasy world with game mechanics; if someone reads the summary and isn't turned off by the premise, they're probably not looking for the most mundane story. The cooperation of the characters is its own bit of escapism, especially for those of us who don't always get along with our coworkers. I loved being able to listen to this story without having to worry about who in the party might be plotting some betrayal or other intrigue.

My only noteworthy complaint with this last installment is that the ending left me a little unsatisfied. I won't get into details (obviously), but it wasn't the outcome I had expected. While that in itself is not a problem, it didn't resolve things as neatly as I had hoped. Still, it's not a big deal, and I loved the series regardless.

Overall, this whole series was something of a guilty pleasure for me. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and I think if you want to enjoy it, you'll be far less bothered by minor issues and you'll be able to appreciate the wild ride.

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  • DKnotDonkeyKong
  • 15-02-2021

wonderful continuation

this book started immediately after the happening of the last book perfectly. johns is great

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  • Tulandra
  • 13-02-2021

it's really good.

not much to say other than it's awsome.
The ending sucks tho.
there bether come more books!!!!

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  • The house
  • 16-04-2021

pretty great

I would say I was left wanting more, and more was promised. but I'm sad with the end of the story arc. it wasn't always polished, but it was always a good time

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  • Ben
  • 03-04-2021

excellent conclusion!

this book was epic! things moved a little fast, but it all worked out for an amazing end to this series! looking forward to what happens in future series in this world!

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  • K?
  • 18-03-2021

I need more!

the wild ride that has been brindola I feel as if I've lost my own family at this ending. I miss my beloved characters that have brought light into my dark life. I hope you read this Chris you have a talent my brother in arms. I will be checking everyday for your next book. I loved this tale. I am very lost now that it is over but thank you for giving me hope that it will continue. much love love Kyle F.

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  • Isaac M.
  • 18-03-2021

Not gonna cry

Not gonna cry, not gonna cry, not ... going ... too. Dang it I’m tearing up. This series has been amazing and I can’t wait more installments. I hope that everyone in this series is able to go back to Brindolla and see the friends and family they made along the way. I also want to see what was going on with Moo and the dragon. I had fun and will definitely listen to this series again.

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  • Carlos Restrepo
  • 25-02-2021

Great series, great ending

The characters, the storyline and the ending were all great. The audio execution was well done.

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  • Charles Longstaff
  • 17-02-2021

Series is done, but hopefully not the story!

Strong finish for the axe druid! I like where the end landed us. There is potential for more story and I sincerely hope it happens. One criticism I have though, is that there was a lot of enchanting in this book. There is story among the enchanting, but for me it dragged on a bit long. I hope to be reading more from this realm in the future!

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  • jeredd meldrum
  • 16-02-2021

Great book!

I didnt want it to end, those 13 hours went by so fast! Excited for the next one!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-03-2021

Sad to see it end

Great final book but that ending.... I am definitely looking forward to more from Chris and hope to see more of Brindolla

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  • C. Rowlands
  • 21-02-2021

Sorry to see the series end.

Obviously as the final book of six, this is completely unsuitable for somebody new to the series, but on the plus side, if you are new to the series you have five books to go through before this one.

By the time you reach the final book in any series, most of the world-building and character development are done and it is mainly judged on how well the author can stick the landing. In the case of this book, the author has done a very good job, albeit the pacing felt a little off due the majority of the book dealing with the fallout of the previous one along with what was effectively a side-quest, with the conclusion taking up far less time than that.

The narrator's performance continues to be a strong one, as it has been throughout the series, helping to bring the varied cast to life all the more.

Overall, a good end to a very enjoyable series, but it will be interesting to see what plans the author has for that world in the future as there's clearly plenty of options for him and these characters.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]

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