With no answers and a weapon of mass destruction slung around his neck, Gage Crosse is left with little choice but to travel with Joey Mosely to New York, seeking aid from the Order Council itself. Little do they know that they are about to embark on what may be the greatest adventure of their lives: to find the mysterious Seal of Solomon.
Meanwhile, the fragile threads holding the demon army and its monstrous allies together are unraveling. Keli must act quickly to maintain her position as ruler, or else have all their efforts fall into the ruin.
Can the Journeymen keep the Seal of Solomon out of demon hands, or will the Noctis succeed in wrenching all three artifacts from their control?
Warning: This book is for mature listeners only. Not for children. It contains adult themes, violence, coarse language, sexual situations, nudity, and paranormal themes.
©2016 Golden Czermak (P)2016 Golden Czermak
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"Bringing all the feels"
Once again Golden brings all the feels as the journey men fight to maintain balance.what will happen next is anyone's guess but one thing remains Love. Love of friends,family and perhaps something more. Find out for yourself what lies ahead with the amazing journey.
"cant you get any better?!"
I most likely will. Golden Czermak writes a crazy amazing story, and Wen Ross's voice work shoots it outta this world. How can you not want to re-listen to something that great?
I maintain that this series is very much like Buffy & Supernatural...while not books, both tv series, as well as this book series, have a serious aspect, dusted with humor, dusted with romance that all take place around paranormal activity.
Wen Ross brings the characters to life. I read Book One, then listened to it. I then bought Book Two when it was released, and Wen Ross's voices for the characters kept popping in my brain. The characters are so lively on a written page already, but to hear personality and different voices that match their activity and personality....and for them to be all so varied, is crazy amazing. Also, he is a man that also voices female characters. He is able to do so without it sounding hokey. Sometimes when opposite genders voice the other gender, it ruins an audiobook for me, because it comes off more annoying than good. You dont have to worry about that with Wen Ross.
"I would avoid that pancake mixxx if I were you." :p
"Just when you think all is well...It isn't even close."
I need a time machine so that I can jump into the future and not have to wait for the next installment to come out. :p
"5 Seal of Solomon Stars"
I was going to wait for book 3 to be out on audio to start this but …. I COULDN'T WAIT… So glad I didn't WOW it was everything I hoped for and so, so much more.
Seal of Solomon continues where Homeward Bound ended so you feel like you just had a pause between books which I love in a series.
I can’t put in to words exactly what I am feeling. Even taking notes…I didn't see somethings coming that’s for sure but in good ways. Gage didn't seem like himself in the beginning and that’s to be expected with losing Ady the way he did. Then the attack.
Losing Ady really brought Gage and Joey closer together. I did feel like Joey doesn't really know what he wants or he thinks he does.. Hmm I don’t know if I made that make sense.
Learning more of Marcus, Nathaniel and Ralph was interesting too and how they all have the roles. I kind of see something with Marcus and Joey but you never really know Joey seem very vulnerable and I think Marcus see something in Joey maybe Joey doesn't see himself. I guess we will just have to see how it will play out. Gage seems a little confused or unsure maybe is the better word of who and what he wants. The loss of Ady really plays heavily with his emotions.
Noctis the demon doesn't take any punches as the gang soon finds out. This world is about to get tipped on to its head.
Also… pancake batter.. Yeah :)
The narration for this book is freaking amazing. Wen does a wonderful job with the voices of some of the characters. And there are a lot of characters but you never feel confused as to who is speaking. He really brought them their own voices and I couldn't be more impressed than I am.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
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