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Dwellers of the Deep embraces the pulse-pounding action that the Harbinger of Doom Saga is known for, with battles so real, so immersive, you will find yourself reaching for your sword. Expansive in scope, this book transforms the saga into truly epic fantasy, and drops the listener into the Byzantine web of political intrigue that swirls about the Kingdom of Lomion.

In the world of Midgaard, some kill for love or honor; others die for blood and souls. In Dwellers of the Deep, the fourth volume of the saga unfolds across a vast ocean of bleak expanses and forbidden islands that harbor secrets best unspoken, ancient magics best left buried, voracious monsters of the gelid depths, and a god of the outer spheres whose wrath will shake the very foundations of Midgaard. Heroes and villains abound. But are the heroes those that quest with Theta to keep shuttered the portal betwixt the worlds, or those that sail with Korrgonn for god and glory, to restore Azathoth's reign? But in the end, Ob will tell you, evil is as evil does, and in Midgaard, only one thing thing is certain - nothing is as it seems.

©2012 Glenn G. Thater (P)2017 Glenn G. Thater

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  • Noone
  • 31-07-18

A well rounded epic

Lots of classical epic reference. Makes for a good story. Abrupt ending. Really starting to enjoy this series.

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  • Jermain Martinez
  • 22-11-18

There is so Good

The story continues to be great despite not focusing on my favorite two characters Theta and Ob. looking forward to the next book.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21-11-18

excellent

the way the author puts you in the prospective of the apparent "antagonists" allows you to grow fond of them or respect them. It begins to shed light on the darkness of each sides perspective. wonderfully done!