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Power Game

Prof. Croft, Book 6
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Series: Prof. Croft, Book 6
Length: 8 hrs and 53 mins
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Summary

Creatures, conjurers, and...cosplay?

Protect Sefu. On paper it looks simple.

Only I have no idea who Sefu is, much less how to find him or her. And my magic’s not talking. But with demons on the hunt, and fiendish whispers of Sefu being some sort of ultimate weapon, failure could spell apocalypse. One of those demons happens to be an enemy I cast into the Pits, a former vampire lord whose twisted mind drips vengeance. Worse, he knows about my relationship with Detective Vega and her son. Meaning I have much more than Sefu to protect.

In the Order’s absence, I’m scraping together what help I can. Let’s just say that with the hunt for Sefu tracking through a major sci-fi and fantasy convention, my new teammates and I will blend right in.

That is until a shadowy conjurer threatens Epic Con and its thousands of costumed attendees.

A conjurer whose name might be Sefu…

Books in The Croftverse

Prof Croft Series

Preq 0: Book of Souls

Book 1: Demon Moon

Book 2: Blood Deal

Book 3: Purge City

Book 4: Death Mage

Book 5: Black Luck

Book 6: Power Game

*More to come*

Blue Wolf Series

Book 1: Blue Curse

Book 2: Blue Shadow

Book 3: Blue Howl

* More to come *

©2018 Brad Magnarella (P)2019 Brad Magnarella

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  • Jacob D Street
  • 05-11-19

Wizards and Nerds collide.

Another great addition to the Croftverse. Fans of MHI and Dresden Files will love this Urban fantasy with solid humor and action.

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  • Bunty
  • 28-04-19

GOOD CONTINUATION.

Excellent. Prof Croft , detective Vega and his team is getting better and better. Enjoyable. Lots of tensions and actions throughout. Well written and narrated. I am looking forward for the next book.

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  • Garris Barton
  • 23-04-19

The Best

I think this is probably the best of the series so far. As Prof continues to put together his team and they work on the team dynamics it furthers the ultimate story without pointless filler. I the small little head nods given to different authors or series is also pretty cool.

And as always the performance is awesome!

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  • Raymond
  • 12-04-19

Another solid book in the Prof Croft series

A solid listen for anyone enjoying Prof. Croft. We get some character building, some hilarious tidbits, and the last sentence of the book, the very last one, is worth a +1 Star by itself.

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  • Joseph
  • 08-04-19

Series keeps getting better!

This series keeps getting better and better. Enemies are tougher, stakes are higher, conflicts more intense. Love the new characters and the further development of the original crew. James Patrick Cronin turns in another awesome job narrating. Can’t wait for the next installment to see what’s coming for Prof. Croft!

Keep up the great work Mr. Magnarella!