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Another Stupid Apocalypse

Another Stupid Trilogy, Book 3
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Series: Another Stupid Trilogy , Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 41 mins
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Summary

After destroying the possessed Voodoo Engine that threatened to enslave his tribe and start the next Great War, Sorch took some much needed time away from the peril of adventure. In the two years that followed, Sorch finished his arcane education and learned to be a real father to his recently discovered son, Benno.

But the world wasn't done with Sorch and his family just yet. Drought, flooding, and deadly creatures driven up from the depths of the Earth itself threatened to destroy cities and towns all over the world. It would take the two smartest orcs on Panos, and all of their brave friends, to discover the forces that threatened to tear the planet apart.

In a race against time, Sorch is forced to lead his family into unparalleled danger. During his travels he encounters even more horrible injury, even more magical treasures, yetis, the power of fatherhood, frightening school children, an ancient threat to all of Panos, and then of course he saves the world. Or does he?

©2018 Bill Ricardi (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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  • Richard Wegmann
  • 26-09-18

OCD made me finish the trilogy

The story was good and the writing was good. I wouldn't have cared about the sexuality of any of the characters. The fact that it's brought up and shoved in my face bothers me. I have no issues with alternative lifestyles at all, but I dislike being subjected to SJW nonsense.

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  • Mark Williams
  • 19-04-19

My favorite trilogy of all time

So very emotional and relatable, and considering this is fantasy, that says a lot about the writing and narration. definitely worth your time and credits