The eighth novel of the internationally acclaimed Chaos Seeds saga.
A mesmerizing tale reminiscent of the brutality of Goblin Slayer and the majesty of Game of Thrones.
Audible's Customer Favorite of the Year!
Number one audiobook 2017.
Welcome my friends!
Welcome...to “The Land"!
The battle of the dead was won, but at a great cost. Sion, leader of the Mist Village, was left with only pain and regret as Richter was claimed by the abyss.
What no one but the abandoned chaos seed knows is that he narrowly avoided the curse of the lich Singh, a curse that still hangs above his head. Now, surrounded by miles of darkness and tons of crushing rock, Richter has to find his way back into the light.
The only problem is that this monster of a man is being pursued by monsters, a demon, and his own foolish choices. Faced with all the dangers of the deep dark, what will Richter say when the buried horrors of The Land come a calling and asked if he's paid his dues?
Well he'll look right back, stare that horror in the eye, and say, "Yes sir, the check is in the mail!"
Welcome back my friends! Welcome back...to The Land!
PS - Gnomes still rule!
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Day 671 of waiting for book 9
Although this wasn’t written in the traditional developmental storyline like his former books, there was some subtle character development. The overall complication and rounding out of stats proved to make an interesting passive read and I hope he continues this series, even though he seems to have left it in the dust of its ingenuity.
Wow... I feel like this book was a joke.. I LOVED The Land books up till now. BUT WHAT WAS THIS CRAP?!?!?!?!? This felt more like a novella then the next book in an otherwise Amazing series.
Fair warning- Its Short, repeatitive and kinda boring...
Very phoned in. Not at all what I came to expect from Aleron Kong..
This one was another home run! My only complaint was it really got deep with the math side of the litrpg kind of stalled the story at times. Otherwise a great listen Nick Podehl is a master.