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In the world of Kadora, a new power awakens....

Trapped and alone, Aziel is the greatest secret the Caelian Empire ever kept. For centuries he has been imprisoned as empires turned to dust and the world of Kadora changed around him - only to be released at last by Celia, a beautiful succubus.

As Aziel faces a race against time and struggles to master his immense powers, he must gather together his own group of loyal followers. It will take all the wit and counsel he can muster to navigate an unfamiliar world balanced on a knife’s edge as a rival kingdom moves to claim the Central Wilds, the land he now inhabits....

If Aziel fails, then those who have placed their trust in him - including the fiery succubus Celia and loyal Astrel, the queen of an ancient race - will pay the ultimate price. So begins a race to build a new home. But who - or what - is ultimately controlling this world? And does it want Aziel to succeed?

Combining minor elements of litRPG with a tantalizing mystery, Soul Weaver is the action-packed tale of a world on the brink of great change that will leave fantasy fans hungry for more.

Warning: This audiobook contains scenes of graphic violence and non-traditional relationship structures.

©2019 Eric J. Vann (P)2020 Eric J. Vann

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  • Zachary
  • 20-03-2020

Wonderous torture

So many questions so few answers. Love the world and how the magic works but like most things in life the further into the story you're drag the more you and the main character figure out know nothing in a race which began long ago. I hope there's going to be a book two, would love to see what Aziel's trait does fully.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-04-2020

Amazing!!

I literally just finished it and can’t wait for the next book, it soared far above my expectations of the world it built and the characters I came to love. Please if you have read anything similar, give this book and this author a shot. The caillien Phoenix never dies friends!

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  • Andrew M. S.
  • 20-04-2020

Couldn't finish

6 hours into a 16 hour audiobook and nothing has happened. I suggest spending your money/credit elsewhere.

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  • Taylor
  • 29-03-2020

These don't feel like people

hardly got into the book before the characters bothered me. Everything they do seems to be tinged with cartoonish logic. The narrator acting is annoying, the female's more than the male's.

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  • teddy
  • 23-04-2020

Catching in a beautiful way that touches the soul!

This is one of the best sci-fi/fantasy mixes to date!! It will draw you in and spit you out with a great feeling in your gut. all you will want is the next book right away!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-04-2020

my one complaint...

the writer switches the main character's personality when things involve the ant queen. if it was similar to how he reacts to the other romantic interest, it wouldn't feel so disjointed.

men act very similarly ,to a woman, in every relationship they have. so why would 1 act differently with 2 women during the same period?

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  • Joseph
  • 25-11-2020

Huge issue instantly pulled me out of the story

I'll keep it short and sweet, but a heads up, this review contains minor spoilers regarding a scene a couple of hours in.

There's a scene where one of the protagonists inexplicably watches a girl get eaten alive and does absolutely nothing but sits there and watch. What made me drop the book instantly after that isn't the horrific act itself, perse, it was how profoundly stupid the entire scene was.

She hears screaming and fighting in the forest and runs to investigate (probably a hint she wants to do something about it?). When she arrives on the scene she finds a group of bug people holding down a merchantile family, they drag a young teen out of her carriage and eat the girl alive in front of her parents, then eat the parents. It is implied that this is in revenge for a bug person having been tortured to death, but not said - this last fact is mostly irrelevant because the protagonist certainly doesn't come to that conclusion.

So yeah, she watches the entire thing happen, then after the grizzly scene she laments the possible loss of her humanity and that she couldn't help, because the mission she was on took precedent (despite her absolutely being able to put a stop to it). Um. What? Then why are you watching? Why did you stop? Why didn't you move on?

It just seems so poorly thought out and innane. And now I want nothing but the worst for this character and I don't intend to spend another 15 hours of my life reading a book where I actively hate one of the protagonists.

This isn't for me. It should be noted again I didn't finish - got a couple hours in before giving up.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 18-10-2020

Awesome performance

Can’t go wrong with Jessica Threet and Daniel Wisniewski! Great performance. The story developed slow but was captivating the longer you listened. It’s very hard to understand the main characters morals though. They tow the line from being evil and cruel to kinda and almost heroically benevolent. Very confusing but it’s a good book to throw on if you work a mundane job. Over all 4starts. Great narrators! Okay story.

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  • D and B
  • 21-03-2020

Mediocre

The performance and inventiveness of this world is well done. But the story telling and dialogue is boring and cliche. The author is trying to setup a huge world and backstory, but it’s just not entertaining enough to care.

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  • leonardo bastos
  • 21-11-2020

Incredible !!!

one of the best fantasy stories I have heard. this world is fantastic and the story is epic. this noval was made with a lot of care and I suggest anyone that gets this to look up the book for the world map and character portraits.

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  • OB
  • 17-03-2020

Struggled to care about the characters

The more I read, the less I started to care about the characters and their cause.

It's not just that they dark aligned were amoral, or did immoral things, I really didn't care much for their cause.

Relatively good plotting and ideas wasted on a weak overarching story, and fade to black sex scenes.

Great narration by Jessica Threet, Daniel Wisniewski made me get through this so if these things appeal to you, maybe you'll have better luck than I did,

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  • Marley
  • 06-06-2020

Another soft MC

Was a good story until the mc decided to go all bitchy and submissive

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  • Caleb w.
  • 05-05-2020

brilliant listen

loved it immensely although awkward at times with ceiel
can't wait for the next one

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  • Brarets
  • 30-03-2020

Stellar narration and top tier story

The narration is excellent and I'm a real fan of duel narrators, it just makes the audiobook itself feel more alive and gives the characters more realness.

The story itself is great, written or read out very well. I think the pacing is great and it's super easy to get absorbed into this great world the author has created, can't wait for the second book!

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  • Morris
  • 16-03-2020

Gripping story

*NO SPOILERS*
This story is absolutely amazing. So good I found it hard to put down! It is a mix between a fantasy and a litrpg (some level statistics). The world and magic system is very well explained. The book is very gory and the author does an amazing job providing the reader with vivid images of each gruesome detail. Most of all the authors MCs follow a non-standard path 'to success'. It's really a interesting and unique take provides a fresh out look. I cant wait for book 2!

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