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The Obsidian Oracle

Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Sun: Prism Pentad, Book 4
Narrated by: Ray Porter
Length: 9 hrs and 27 mins
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Join the quest for an ancient oracle! Tithian of Tyr seeks the Dark Lens so that he can become the next sorcerer king. Agis needs the Dark Lens to destroy the Dragon of Athas. Before either can lay hands on it, they will have to settle their long-standing hatred of each other.

Sixteen years after it was first published, The Obsidian Oracle is as fresh and exciting as it ever was. Join a new generation of fantasy fans as they rediscover the sword and sorcery adventure of the Dark Sun world!

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  • John
  • 08-02-2017

action packed

it was a great book. each book revolves around each of the chat. this one is about the mind bender August and his Ally's on their quest for the darkkens.

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  • Ryan Conrad
  • 20-04-2014

Continuing a good introduction

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A wonderful introduction the world of Athas. All five of Denning's books, read by the talented Ray Porter do a good job of wetting your appetite for the world. Sadly, the other eight books in the older Dark Sun series have yet to be released on Audible. I recommend that fans of the series, old and new, get these audio editions. Hopefully it will encourage WotC and Audible to release the remaining books, and have readers as talented as Mr. Porter.