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Leaping headlong into a portal to the land of the dead. What could go wrong? To rescue his friends and new army from the overwhelming forces of the Duke of twin plains, Seth takes himself and the Duke through a portal to the land of the dead. He expected bad, but he didn't expect broken. Not the place he'd been told of in bedtime stories, a place of souls crossing over to judgment.

Instead he finds a world of endless darkness, snow and cold. Of humans turned into ravenous beasts from madness, black dogs of the guild and a strange race of people called the moon children. Pale bloated and horrid, their leader possessed of the gift of a silver tongue. He struggles to restore the sun in an epic battle against an army of dark creatures, again his only allies in this plain, the Wolvern, the darkest of them all, and Serafina, the dark Guild leader he banished here.

©2016, 2017 Julius Schenk (P)2017 Victoria Watkinson

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  • John
  • 09-01-18

An exciting, dark, fantasy story

Take the Darkness and give us the light is an exciting, dark, violent fantasy story. This is the second book in the series, and I would recommend starting with the first book.

The narrator of the audiobook does a very good job bringing the story to life.