The Age of Kingdoms draws to a close as the southern races of Calasia extend their reach into the regions of Free Callibri, announcing the dawn of the Age of Fire. Follow the Chronicles of Calasia, a tale of tragedy and triumph, and the birth of a lifelong journey of personal definition for the Hollow Man, on his quest to uncover the elusive secrets of his nightmares, filled with the suffering of dragons, and lost memories that may lead him down a path of no return. Across the Greensward Plains of Callibri and into the crowded city of Zelia, he discovers parts of himself beyond his control, as time moves at an increasingly slower pace the closer he gets to living out his dreams of terror. All in the making of a man, and the shaping of the World of Calasia.
Ride with the Knights of Almaria, follow the elves of Rothgar and the dwarves of the Gunnerdon Mountains. Fly with dragons. Soar through the skies of Calasia, experience a world rich in history and diversity. Witness the rise of wizards and their dark counter parts jostling for control over the looming threat of an unstoppable calamity. And try to understand the malevolence of an alien entity that steers two worlds into darkness.
Calasia is the mother of elves and dwarves, of men and women, of might and magic, trolls and ogres, and all manner of creatures that walk, crawl, swim and fly. Calasia is alive, her soul the lifeblood of all things, good and evil alike.
Calasia is the mother of dragons.
What members say
- Kim M
Entrancing from start to finish!
Where does Hollow Man rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?
As my first audiobook, my experience was surprisingly enjoyable. The clarity of events and characters narrated by Richard brought life to my mind's eye.
What did you like best about this story?
This Hollow Man audiobook is filled with an extraordinarily vivid description of the world of Calasia and the characters that frequent this world. From the very beginning the story is full of action and intrigue and I look forward to hearing the next book!
Have you listened to any of Richard R. Morrison’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is my first listen but I can say that Richard’s voice and words are entrancing from start to finish.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
As short as it was, it was exciting and it created feelings of impending calamity, as well as defensiveness and unity. I was absorbed and now I am in need of an adventure.