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Kingdoms and Chaos

King's Dark Tidings, Book 4
Autor: Kel Kade
Sprecher: Nick Podehl
Serie: King's Dark Tidings, Titel 4
Spieldauer: 16 Std. und 23 Min.
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The future of the Ashaiian haven, the newly founded Kingdom of Cael, is anything but secured. Rezkin must seek recognition from the King of Gendishen if his people are to maintain possession of their island home and the enchanted secret it contains.

In an unexpected twist, events overtake Rezkin, and he is thrust into a frustrating adventure to seek a worthless prize. He finds that his carefully constructed reputation as an indomitable foe has consequences as others seek to use his strengths for their own gain. Meanwhile, friends are confronted with too many truths, power and strength might be more than some desire, loyalties and friendships are tested, and at least one of Rezkin’s friends might be headed for a miserable demise.

©2018 Kel Kade (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Really good!

This series has become one of my favorites. waiting for the next book. really enjoyable

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Nick Podehl at it again

Nick Podehl could make a reading of shipping manifests interesting. Luckily this book is very interesting, too.

The 4. Part in the X amount of Books in Rezkins story, is told at an incredible pace,something the previous book sorely missed. At times too fast.

This book is the second best in the series (number 2 being the best), because the side characters are really fleshed out and you learn a lot about Rezkin and his background (up until the second to last sentence in the epilogue even).

Suffice it to say I binged this book!