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Blood Debts Audiobook

Blood Debts: Temple Chronicles Series, Book 2

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The ancient pact between mankind, Heaven, and Hell has been broken. And this upstart wizard's quest for vengeance may have just kicked off Armageddon. So, time for a drink...or maybe two.

Already plagued with sinister night terrors that could qualify him as a card-carrying psychopathic insomniac, Nate can barely even manage to put his pants on in the morning, let alone pick teams for the Apocalypse. But when he's framed as a demon sympathizer, condemned by the Armies of Heaven, and hunted down by both his allies and the Four Horsemen, this wizard doesn't think it can get any worse. Then they take away his magic. And a wizard without magic stands no chance against the forces of Heaven and Hell....

©2015 Argento Publishing (P)2017 Tantor

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  • Charles Trent
    24/06/17
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    "Excellent"

    i loved it, even though they changed narrators. The new guy grew on me.

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  • Karl
    N. Redington Beach, FL, United States
    23/06/17
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    "Great follow-up"

    I really enjoyed this second installment of the Temple series. While I thought the narrator of the 1st book was pretty good, I liked the new narrator much better. Looking forward to book 3.

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  • Tyler
    16/06/17
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    "Come on Nate. Thinking is not a crime."

    So Nate Temple is still a moron...but he is also quite entertaining.

    But oh so dumb.

    So many of his issues would be solved by just a modicum of common sense. I feel bad when some heroes get beat up, but when Nate does, I feel like he totally deserves it. Its still a fun ride.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • jason
    west bloomfield, MI, United States
    01/06/17
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    "great follow up, can't wait till the next"

    This was a great follow up to the obsidian son, the main character is being fleshed out and the magic system just keeps getting better. This book hinted towards darkness to come, but the author does a great job of keeping things light and humorous instead of just depressing adversity. I was a bit thrown by the change of narrators, the new narrator is a bit dry for this type of material, he seems better suited to hard boiled mystery/detective stories, rather than fantasy, but he did an admirable job, especially towards the end.
    Bottom line, this is a great urban fantasy series and I have every intention of sticking with it, I only wish the rest of the books where available on audio...

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