When the world’s greatest evil is resurrected, one young woman is challenged to bury it once and for all.
What chance does a young woman stand against the world’s supreme evil? Lorness Carol Rafel was prophesied to destroy the unfathomably dangerous Kragan. But as the magic wielder’s monstrous horde marches on Endar Pass, razing everything in its wake, Carol fears that Kragan is not only unstoppable but that he has risen from his tomb more powerful than ever.
For Kragan, knowing the millennia-old prophecy is his greatest weapon. He has shielded himself from attack with primordial and insidious magics that serve him well, and if he finds the fragments of an ancient trident, it will grant him godhood. Only one thing stands in his way: the woman foreordained to destroy him.
Now, stirred by visions of a doomed future, Carol and her companions must risk their very souls and sanity to defeat the tyrant mage. However, in the face of Kragan’s machinations, their seeming triumph over the enemy might seal the land’s catastrophic fate.
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It’s Slāken (not Slacken)
This continuation of The Endarian Prophecy is much more enjoyable with this new narrator, but his pronunciation of Blade’s blade is very distracting. Hopefully he gets it figured out before the next installment of the series.
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Another great book
I find I like each book a great read. I certainly hope they get Kragen in the next one. I also can't wait to see what happens with Blades time magic. I recommend this series each one is more intriguing than the last.