Reaper: Cradle, Book 10 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Sacred Valley has been saved...at least, what’s left of it.
With his home finally secure, Lindon delves deep into the ancient labyrinth, seeking long-lost Soulsmithing knowledge and the secret to destroying the Dreadgods. Monarchs plot against him and against each other, unaware of the threats gathering in realms beyond.
Far above Lindon and the Monarchs and the Dreadgods, another war is waged. Suriel and the Abidan clash against the Mad King and his forces in a battle for the fate of many worlds.
And if it is lost, Cradle will be destroyed.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 7 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||November 02, 2021|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #653 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#71 in Epic Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#172 in Epic Fantasy (Books)
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Character development in a way that makes sense, check
Advancement that isn’t rushed or illogical, check
Continued world building, check
Plot progression with enough current book resolution, check
No spoilers, reading the series is still worth it, the investment of your time (I’m not talking just this book, the whole series) is paid with interest.
I cannot wait to read this book again. And again. And again. I don’t think I have ever read a series of books where they keep getting better and better. This was hands-down my favorite book in the entire series. I highly recommend. Start from book one, if you haven’t already.
Will, when you read this, please take all my money. I can’t wait to spend more money on your books. You complete me.
This is an amazing book. The character development feels like it reached a whole new level, the twists and turns will drop your jaw, and learning more about Cradle and the “Gods” above made me feel like there’s still so much more to come…which is also pretty special on your 10th book in.
When most series reach this length, I continue to read for the characters. I’ve grown attached to them and I want to hear their ending. But Will has gradually put together a universe that brings me back for all of it. I want to hear about more powers, more history, more characters and funnies…
Read it. Read the whole series. Then get your mind blown on book 10 and do it again.
I have ever been eager to return to the world of Cradle and the struggle of Lindon and his friends, and have enjoyed this series thoroughly.
With the latest world-building revelations, I will be joyful to receive the next installment of this series as I have each one before it to continue the story.
Top reviews from other countries
The storytelling is amazing, i love all the characters and it never feels like any parts are just jammed in for the sake of it. Everything feels brilliantly paced and i love that it’s not all about one person, the characters all feel unique and all have believable motivations!
My favourite part is that there are some lines in at least every book in this series that gives me the chills as i read it - i feel the intent from the character in that moment, and damn i love that!
Thanks Will Wight for another amazing instalment! I’m so excited to see what happens next!
Compared to previous books it's similar to Wintersteel in that it felt like a full novel, rather than being overly cut down for pacings sake. This was a definite improvement and I'd say the balance between pace and expanding on the characters/world is even better than Wintersteel.
In previous books it's sometimes felt like character development/introspection was overly cut for the sake of a slickly paced plot. In particular with the secondary main characters, such as Ziel or Mercy, who often just felt along for the ride at times. But almost every single protagonist/deuteragonist (that's not a spoiler btw you already know who the independents are) got a solid amount of development. This also focused on who they are as people, not just advancement. Again this part reminded me a lot of Sanderson, particularly Stormlight. This added so much to the book and makes me even more excited to see what happens next!
That said don't worry if you're more interested in the main characters, this is still very much Lindons story and it more than delivers there. My only real criticism is that there could have been more Yerrin development. Hopefully that's being saved for future but atm is not really clear what her path forward is as a character. There were some threads early on, won't say due to spoilers, but she still seemed relatively unexplored. Then again we got so damn much of every other character's development that that might just be by example.
Anyway, I loved it and I'm so so excited for the next book!
Fantastic series, Will Wight. Thank you for writing it. Oh and the line about the, Hounds, purple veined sword made chuckle. Intentional or not, it was funny. May the Force be with you.
Will Wight thank you and hurry with the next instalments. Please.