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Contains books one, two, and three of Sins of the Father, a humorous supernatural suspense story filled with magic, mythology, and mayhem from Nazri Noor, author of the best-selling Darkling Mage series.

Fallen Reign, book one

Mason Albrecht’s life changed the day the angels tried to kill him. As the son of a fallen angel king, Mason is an abomination, one who can command the Vestments, divine arms and armor summoned from heaven’s own arsenals. And everybody wants a piece: death witches, demon princes, even deities of ancient myth.

Then, an enterprising enchantress offers to cloak Mason from those who would corrupt him into a living weapon. But will Mason run from supernatural entities forever or embrace his unholy birthright and defy the very forces of heaven and hell?

False Gods, book two

Mason may have found himself a home in a verdant forest dimension, but danger follows the son of Samyaza wherever he goes. There’s trouble brewing in paradise - literally - and when a familiar, flame-toting magus reappears, it’s with catastrophically explosive consequences.

Morning Star, book three

Elements both infernal and celestial keep hampering Mason’s working holiday. And the son of Samyaza has also piqued the interest of another vastly powerful entity...an archangel with a missing sword and an axe to grind.

Includes Ex Nihilo, a bonus prequel novella from the Sins of the Father series.

©2020 Nazri Noor (P)2020 Podium Audio

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  • Tara R
  • 21-10-20

Brilliant

I read the books when they first came out and loved it, but hearing Luke Daniels perform it only takes it to another level. His take on what each character should sound like is always spot on. No spoilers but the the little surprise at the end is to die for! Awesome job by both Nazri and Luke

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  • Mark Kosanke
  • 08-12-20

Loved it! :-)

I love this series, too! Thank you Nazri Noor! Sins of the Father is just as awesome as The Darkling Mage series! Also, Luke Daniel's thank you so much for bring this story to life just like you did to The Darkling Mage series!!!
Since the chapters are not labeled (to show when the next book startes), here is a quick guide:
Chapter 2: Fallen Reign (Book 1 - Chapter 1)
Chapter 39: False Gods (Book 2 - Chapter 1)
Chapter 78: Morning Star (Book 3 - Chapter 1)
Chapter 110: Ex Nihilo (Prequel to the Sins of the Father series - Chapter 1)
Also, there is fun bonus material right at the end (which was great)! :-)

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-11-20

Fantastic!

What an incredible follow up to Darkling Mage! Mason is 100% distinct from Dustin, and yet just as fun to read! Also, the dynamic between Mason and Quill has me on the edge of my seat even still. I have no choice but to start reading the next series, even without the audiobook!

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  • Andre
  • 04-11-20

Great Book

I just started listening and next thing I know, it was over. Then I realized I have listened to 20hr and it felt like 3. Well worth the credit.

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  • clarence
  • 25-10-20

Interesting story

I enjoyed listening to this story, I thought Mason was a bit too snarky but it did make me laugh! I would like to see more stories about this group. Narrow created a great story line and Luke was great as always!

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  • Nathan Parker
  • 13-06-21

Really hate this narrator

Maybe it's not entirely the narrator, but a toxic combination of his stupid cartoonish voices and the author's attempt to be funny. If you're going to read something silly, it's better to do it straight than the amplify the silliness with silly voices. It's just too much. If I had a physical book, I'd be tempted to throw it when the MC is going on about "cheesey puffs" or "yum-yums" as he does *all the time*. Might have been funny the first time, but stops being funny when it's every few pages and the narrator adopts a comical tone of voice.

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  • Chris Snyder
  • 31-03-21

Well Done by Everyone!

The Darkling Mage series is one of my favorite urban fantasy series, and its spinoff does not disappoint! Mason's adventures are a wonderful addition to the Arcane Underground Universe. The friends he makes and the expansion of his chosen family as he comes into his own makes for a marvelous set of stories. As always, Luke Daniels is incredible! He remains one of my absolute favorite narrators. The little bonus at the end had me in absolute stitches!

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  • Russ Fetherston
  • 10-02-21

Narrator killed it

The story seemed promising but Luke daniels overdid the acting taking away any suspense and removing all sympathy for MC.