Conquer 3: Conquering the Kingdom, Book 3 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Aron Stone's thrilling quest comes to an epic close....
In the land of the fae, not everything is as it seems - a lesson Aron Stone must learn the hard way if he is to survive to continue his mission to destroy the Odinian king's oppressive regime. More than that, Aron must face the truth about his past and origins, which are mired in mystery and shrouded in fate. Will good conquer evil? The answer will be determined by the sword.
Disclaimer: This book has medieval cursing, sexy tavern wenches, drunken dwarves, creatures that want to eat your head off, dark-magic wielding magicians, and sexy adventures with various races including faeries, elves, and others of the author's invention. For mature listeners.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 48 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 29, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #18,934 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#93 in Sword & Sorcery Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#621 in Action & Adventure Fantasy (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,143 in Dark Fantasy
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Ending was a little too abrupt. Gallows editing error at location 7168. Dromeus' name replaced by Jardin accidentally in editing.
Needed more hints of classing up to make the ending truly believable. The PC had too much change in the last few chapters that weren't as developed as the other characters so the final transition seemed too contrived in order to end the story.
Also, the PC's role in the denoument was not explained fully.
Perhaps another intermediate volume and a few prequels could fill in the story.
And also a few sequels that talk about the new trouble in the land that's is yet to come are in order.
A sizable amount of time was split on another POV that expanded on a character and built up an interesting side story that was just dropped in the middle with no resolution beyond a throw away sentence at the end. All of the interesting characters and companions pretty much get sent to do their own thing and you don't hear anything from them until the last 5% of the book for cameos basically. In order to resolve things quickly the MC abandons all his goals at the end to save one person who had maybe 3 pages of story in the first book. He deceives his companions and his army and goes it alone despite just a few pages earlier mentioned how as a commander he understand that sacrifices have to be made for the greater good. And finally big spoiler at the very end once the author has backed himself in a corner he decides to suddenly make the MC a class VII mage just like the main villain.
It was a really promising series and even the first half of this book seemed full of promise but its very clear that the author just was done with the story and tried to tie it up so it could be over with.
this is probably the lowest review I have given a book and that is based on the author not caring anymore more than any disagreement over the direction of the book.