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The time has come for the world to see the true power of the Reborn King. His vast armies march, bringing death and devastation to all who would dare oppose him. But hope will endure if the bonds of friendship, both old and new, remain strong.

Gewey, split between the man he wants to be and the god he must become, will test his very soul in order to fulfill his destiny. And only through his love for Kaylia can he hold on to his humanity.

©2013 Brian D. Anderson (P)2014 Podium Publishing

What listeners say about The Godling Chronicles: A Trial of Souls, Book 4

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  • 09-07-2021

book 4

riveting and interesting. the storyline develops and bifurcates into interesting side issues and stories. good reading and above all believable.

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  • Eddie
  • 20-01-2022

Epic Story

I've been a fan of this type of fantasy since a child. And one thing I've learned is that when you begin to actually get attached to characters and you can become a part of the story then that is a sign of a good book. Can't wait to start the 5th book!

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  • Garry McMillan
  • 29-11-2021

Excellent story telling!

The story is great, there's conflict within the hero there's conflict within the villain, That brings such a real element to this fictional fantasy, Also the battle scenes are great the unity that you see on both sides Add incredible Context To the story , and let's not forget The performance by Derek Perkins With his narration and Brian D Anderson Story telling ability Home run for me!

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  • Eugene
  • 08-01-2022

Author lacks descriptive skills

There's virtually no description of the world the story takes place in. There's no world-building at all. I have no idea what the architecture looks like. I have almost no idea what the cultures are like outside of "elvish honor." Descriptions of duels and swordfights are all virtually identical, so much so that if you plucked the swordfights out of the books and randomly swapped out the names of the characters, you'd have no idea what fight was being described because they're all the same. Very overrated books. I would not recommend them unless they're on sale or temporarily available for free.

Instead, I'd recommend The Belgariad series by David Eddings, followed by The Malloreon series (which takes place after The Belgariad). The lore and world-building by David Eddings is much richer, and the audiobooks are narrated by Cameron Beierle. He's one of the best audiobook narrators currently alive... Every character with a name, both male and female, has a unique voice and accent - all voice acted by Cameron Beierle himself.

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