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    Few people survive the suffering that Kael Symes has experienced. Hot steel, demonic magic, and the loss of those he loved.

    After escaping the horrors of Arkum Zul, Kael and his companions survive a terror-filled night on the ocean only to find themselves shipwrecked and stranded in the Wildlands. With forest tribals on the warpath and old enemies roaming the forest, Kael struggles to come to terms with what he is slowly becoming - a killer. A DeathWizard.

    In the fight against the evil that threatens to consume him, Kael learns that the Dwarven Mountains far to the north may hide an ancient monolith that holds the answer to the corruption that flows in his veins.

    But trekking across Talohna is a dangerous prospect. It is a world that holds its secrets close. The cost of uncovering them may very well be his soul and quite possibly his life.

    ©2017 JD Franx (P)2017 Podium Publishing

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    • Victor
    • 06/11/2017

    Frustrating, and dissapointing

    You know those movies where problems could be solved if the girl didn't run away and just listened to a few words? This book reads like this. Every character makes such bad decisions that could be avoided if they just sat and think for 10 mins. I loved the first book, but this second was just too frustrating having me wish everyone would just die from their poor decisions.

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    • Edward
    • 09/11/2017

    Very Frustrating! Parts are really well done<br />

    As others have indicated the over use of coincidental non encounters is way over done

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    • leon thornton
    • 06/03/2019

    So frustrating and breaks one of my cardinal rules

    This book is way too frustrating, and it breaks one of my cardinal rules.

    1. There are so many scenes in this book where you believe the main characters are finally going to meet up only to have some random occurrence happen out of nowhere to ruin everything.

    2. The main villains never die. A witch gets stabbed through the stomach, no problem, we'll just have her walk by herself for a day and randomly run into some people who can help. An assassin gets killed. Maybe not, we'll just get a necromancer (who was actually looking for someone else) to stumble across him in the afterlife and bring him back instead. One of the main villains finally killed... Nope, gotcha again. This time we’ll get him to use an illusion to make someone else look like him while he stays watching in the shadows.

    3. Finally, my biggest issue, the cardinal rule if you will, is that you never kill off the main protagonist unless this is the last book in the series. Almost all of the story lines in this series revolve around one guy. If that guy dies, and you don't find a way to bring him back right away (like you did all of the villains), then that's the end of the story. This series is over. I'm left wondering why a third book was even written. As a general rule, if the main character dies, I stop following any remaining books (unless there's a character spin off).

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    • Ulan McKnight
    • 27/10/2017

    Good wtiting Bad book

    I want to say this book is really great I really do the writings well done and the story is good but the author seems to want to use so many clifhangers the book becomes impossible to read. I would gladly read this book if literally, he wrote one line differently.

    This book is incredibly infuriating the entire permise of the book seems to be the MC dealing with prejudice and whatnot but the author dangles a massive clifhanger over you for the entire two books so what might have been amazeing turns into a really infuriating book about the MC failing to find his wife or even learn shes alive when he could learn for some magical reason one of the characters happens to be in the way and stop him I wouldn't mind it so much if it didnt feel like it was just the author teasing the reader his wife has an ability to dream walk and straight up told him she was alive through dreams but for some reason he believes that his wife is dead even though their entire backstory says even on the most faint hope he would believe she was alive not only that but his wife can teleport and she never once seems to try teleporting to him.

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    • John Langdon
    • 22/02/2019

    A+! BUT 2 things drove me NUTS (SPOILER ALERT)

    Really really cool magic system and story line.

    The narrator is ffff'king fantastic as well. Haha.

    There were a couple things that make me want to just punt a small dog in rage, however.

    The first: However many times the two groups were close enough to at LEAST shot to each other, Giddean's (Giddian?) group - namely Ember, Max and/or Blackmist couldn't tell out, "Ember is alive, she's right here!" to Kale(Cale?) ??? "Hey it's Max! I'm with your wife - we are alive and your biological father is a huge feltcher!"


    The other little stupid thing is - at the end....
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    *******HUGE SPOILER ALERT WARNING!!!!!!!!*******
    *******HUGE SPOILER ALERT WARNING!!!!!!!!*******
    *******HUGE SPOILER ALERT WARNING!!!!!!!!*******
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    Giddean-abd-company find Kale froze-up like a ding-dong.... What would YOUR first words be, if you were Kale? ANY OTHER STATEMENT besides the one he said...
    HOW ABOUT: "Hey, Giddean-abd-company, I'm stuck here because snakey-locks wants someone to spill my blood and open this seal so his people will be free; his plan is world domination and genocide of the human race!"

    idk.. that's me.. or not to mention, he didn't tell any of them that they didn't savs the friendly virgin lover of the lord soft-speaker she pretended to be - rather - she's a evil, shaft-driven multi-hole-for-pole machine deceiver witch that had (the poor poor bastard) Kale shacked up in a tent full of fluffy pillows and virgin p-p-pu-....vagina; ceaselessly bobbin', slobbing and any action for robbin': Kale's little swimmers.

    And lastly - here is Kale's "deed pattern" that Giddean + Ember etcetc see throughout the story:


    Good
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    Horrific*

    *Horrific? Just.... out of nowhere, in the middle of the forest, after going through countless villages and cities either coming and going unnoticed or saving the entire population by himself - He happened to lose his control in the presence of soft spoken, submissive girls praying in the woods with zero weapons? And Giddean/his daughter/the Northman believe the stranger who was in a weird and conspicuous spot, where demonic magic was cast of which Kale doesn't use? also... IDK about you, reader, but I've had sex in a tent in the woods on a nice sunny day, and that was with a single girl, not a DOZEN...for HOURS on end...And the small of love could not be mistaken! knowwudduhmean? So I'll be dammed if they didn't still in to that tent and not all smell SEX err'wherr.

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    • Robert
    • 05/01/2019

    Believable Despite Its Implausability

    One mark of a talented author is the ability to maintain multiple storylines in a cohesive, and compelling format. Franx is more than up to the task in this trilogy. The equal of Martin or even Tolkien (your disagreements arise from sentimentality ....and nothing more), Franx exceeds them both by adding interdimensional travel to the complexities of his novels. A must read for all fantasy lovers.

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    • dawkinsd
    • 25/10/2018

    Gripping and Exciting

    Very fast paced and action packed and love the world building. Wasn't expecting the ending to be like this. Can't wait to read the next book.

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    • sigrunar
    • 26/09/2018

    best series ever

    I love the twists and turns this series is undertaking. no spoilers but I wanna be a dark wizard...

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 23/09/2018

    I love this series!

    this book series is comparably one of my favorites. I the performance is great and captivating the story intriguing and addictive.

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    • Crystal Benidict
    • 20/09/2018

    Amazing read

    I was so frustrated at some points throughout this story that I felt like throwing my iPod through the window. It’s definitely worth reading but ughhhhhhhhh -So many misunderstandings and missed opportunities to clear everything up.. -

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