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Valshara has fallen, and the forces of Angraal are advancing. For the first time, human and elf must shed blood as one, in order to stem the tide of evil. But new hope has arisen. From across the Western Abyss, a people long forgotten have returned. However, hope comes at its own price. Gewey must choose between his bond of love, and his duty to the world he is struggling to save.

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

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  • Avery
  • 04-05-2021

Stupid

I stopped reading after on the way back from rescuing Kaylia from the elves they run into some other elves from across the sea who wants Dewey to be her mate and take him away and everyone automatically agrees instantly

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  • Kyle Dolton
  • 01-09-2021

Some troupes I dislike.

Not every male bends over backwards and let's any women that shows them any attention just do what they want to them. Girl that isn't bonded to MC just touches him and flirts with him and he does nothing about it. Very annoying. Like he a 6 year old boy who hasn't killed anyone.

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  • John A Thornton
  • 07-07-2021

book three

the storyline gets more interesting the characters get more powerful and the central character becomes more powerful. I just cannot put down this story.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-01-2022

Brilliant and interesting

This unique take on the relationship of men, gods and elves is addicting. Derek Perkins is a superb choice to read it, because he has the depth and intensity Brian Anderson's words deserve.

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  • Carina
  • 13-01-2022

Can’t recommend

The narrator carries this series. Not worth the credits . Would be a bit of a disappointment even if they were free.

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  • Eugene
  • 02-12-2021

Gewey and Kaylia's relationship is vital to series

I love how the soul bond between Gewey and Kaylia has been written up to this point, and my biggest fear is that Brian Anderson will decide to break it or kill off Kaylia or Gewey in the subsequent novels. This is one example where anything other than an eventual and conclusive "happily ever after" relationship between the two characters will result in there being virtually no incentive for me to finish the series. Gewey and Kaylia's relationship is the only glue I've found so far in the novels that makes me want to finish them. If that glue is taken away then the series will become practically meaningless. It's very rare for a guy like myself to find a romantic relationship between two characters to be this important to the viability of the series in the long term.

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  • wesly brown
  • 02-10-2021

knock off

it is definitely a okay knock off of the sword of truth series of books. only not as good with the main character being so SOFT and extremely NAIVE.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-09-2021

Good premise but turns to hot garbage

The author clearly has issues with younger and inexperienced people. Throughout the series the mc is belittled and told to just listen and follow directions. If you get off on the idea that someone does not deserve body autonomy or should not be helped to make their own decisions this book is for you. Otherwise it will infuriate you. It was bearable for the first 2 books but this one takes it to the point where I have no desire to finish the series.

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