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From a new dawn, a Warlord rises.

After the Battle of Tar'eastor, the Great Forest waits for the one the Silvans claim as their Warlord. With his past unveiled and his future destiny clear, Fel'annár and The Company journey home together with Prince Handir and Gor'saden, the commander Fel'annár has named father.

With documents that incriminate the enemy, they must travel in secret to protect their treasure and Fel'annár from those who seek to kill him. Meanwhile, the forest king struggles to maintain his throne under the final onslaught of Band'orán and his Alpine purists.

Raging rivers and treacherous cliffs. A perilous sea and ruthless assassins await Fel'annár and The Company as they approach a forest on the verge of civil war. Can they make it in time for the final showdown? Can the crown prince hold the enemy at bay? Long enough for the return of his brother? For the return of the Warlord?

©2020 R. K. Lander (P)2020 Tantor

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  • Al Martinez
  • 29-10-2020

Action-packed and well-paced

After reading the first three books of this series, I was eagerly anticipating the continuation of Fel'annár's story, and could not have been more delighted with the result. The relationship between Fel'annár and his brother Handir continues to evolve, as does Fel's relationship with his new-found love. The growing animosity between Silvans and Alpines comes to a head. And if you've been anticipating the meeting between Fel'annár and his father Thargoden, it does happen in this book, but in a very unexpected way. This is probably the most action-packed book in this series so far, with an excellent balance between pacing and detail. What may have surprised me the most was how much I started to better understand and maybe even sympathize with characters who until now had been supposedly clear-cut villains. R.K. Lander has a true talent for bringing the reader into the hearts and minds of her multi-dimensional characters.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-11-2020

One of my favorite series I found this year.

Well thought out and cleverly written story, amazing relatable and deep characters and relationships, unpredictable yet satisfying narrative and story throughout.

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  • KittJ
  • 06-11-2020

Narrator Further Enhanses Great Story

The story line and characters continue to develop. The writing is excellent, fully equal to the last two volumes. And Thomas May’s narration adds depth and nuance to the prose that you just don’t notice when you are racing through the kindle book.

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  • Bway
  • 01-11-2020

favorite series

GREAT SERIES Have read and listened to all 4 books . Anxiously awaiting next one Excellent Narrator Narrator makes characters come to life.

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  • Snafu Family
  • 29-10-2020

Just not as good as the first 3.

I was captured by the first 3, this one I found myself getting bored often. It felt like it was rambling to give the book some meat. It’s almost a loss that the author couldn’t come up with a better way to tie the story together and fill the book. Don’t get me wrong I’ll be in the list to pre-order the next one as well. This one was just not as fun for me. Sure it had lots of changes in the last 7/8 chapters, to help setup the next book, but the mind numbing lead-up was hard.

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