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Summary

Adopest has fallen.... 

Field Marshal Tamas returns to his beloved country to find that for the first time in history, the capital city of Adro lies in the hands of a foreign invader. His son is missing and his allies are indistinguishable from his foes, and reinforcements are several weeks away. 

With the Kez still bearing down upon them and without clear leadership, the Adran army has turned against itself. Inspector Adamat is drawn into the very heart of this new mutiny with promises of finding his kidnapped son. 

And Taniel Two-shot, hunted by men he once thought his friends, must safeguard the only chance Adro has of getting through this war without being destroyed....

©2015 Brian McClellan (P)2015 Hachette Audio

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Tamas and Taniel ride again!

What made the experience of listening to The Autumn Republic the most enjoyable?

Christian Rodska narration is superb. There are hundreds of characters and each is invested with a distinct accent. The only misfire for me was Bo the sorcerer who seemed like an old man not a 20 something wizard! But other than that...faultless!

What did you like best about this story?

It tied up all the loose ends from the other books in an exciting and satisfactory way!

What about Christian Rodska’s performance did you like?

His performance bought the book alive! He is superb!

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I don't want to spoil the books for those who've yet to listen to them but there are lots of moving moments where characters lives were in peril.

Any additional comments?

A good listen. It was great to see a fantasy novel set in a world not disimilar to that of Napoleon and Wellington. Apparently the author calls the genre Flintlock Fantasy. The main characters of Tamas, Taniel and Adamat were well written. Some of the female characters less so. But kudos for having the women as soldiers who get involved in the blood and guts of battle. I really enjoyed this trilogy.

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A very enjoyable trilogy

Enjoyed world building, character development. Hopefully, there will be a continuation to the story

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An amazing ending to the trilogy

Narration 10/10
The narration is just perfect. The voices for the characters feel spot on and the voice acting really brings the story to the next level. I'd say it's easily one of the best narrations I've heard and I could not imagine any way it could have been better.

Story 9.5/10
This novel ties up the loose ends from the previous two, giving answers to a lot of mysteries and questions and manages to give a great and satisfying end to the trilogy.
There is so much going on story wise, there are no dull moments here. Tamas and Taniel finally meet each other again and the story is propelled towards the finishing line with a lot going on on all fronts and unexpected events, twists and character deaths keeping you on edge until the story is over. The war needs to end one way or another and the "gods" will be more involved this time around.
Other than the action we do also get a lot of character development for many characters. I really liked that we get a lot more of Bo, learn a bit about his past and watch him get an apprentice,
And Bo is not the only one. By this point every character feels so "real" and not just a hero or a villain of a book, and the sense of danger is real too. I dare say that many of the main characters are some of the best written characters in the fantasy genre.

Overall, this was one of the best Audiobooks I've listened to. I would recommend it to anyone, same as the whole trilogy, and personally I'm looking forward to start the next trilogy in the series.

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Wonderful trilogy

Unusual but an excellent mix of military and magic. The narrator brought the book to life

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Great sequel and the narrator does it credit

Plenty of surprises left in this sequel. It was very enjoyable and I can't wait for the next book.

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Magnificent

I loved the combination of action and emotion. Every fight was described perfectly! Probably the best in the series.

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Brilliant.

Simply the best series of books I have listened to!
The narration was flawless with the story telling well paced and not overcooked.
The characters was interesting and believable.
Hopefully there will be more to these characters story?
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Satisfyingly Good

I really enjoyed this entire trilogy, I think it got stronger with each book. The narrator was very good and the story was great, very fast paced and fun. Most of the characters were likable, the heroes anyways, and the villains were suitably villainous. Recommended for a fantasy lover who wants a change from swords and sorcery.....to guns and sorcery.

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What The Pit

Is wrong with the word hell?
Using any word repeatedly is simply annoying and spoils listenability. Some odd squeamishness against "Hell", means we get the word "Pit" every third sentence. Quite literally.
There are many good alternatives.
Hole, shaft, chasm, void, deep. depths,trench. Easy really.
A bit of variation would have helped a Hell of a lot.

That aside, very decent, all round.

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Good ending to a great series

Honestly lost sleep to this one. Great reading/listening.

I have to admit that it did end a bit too abruptly, as if the author was trying to stay under 600 pages for a 900 page book.

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fantastic trilogy

These were some amazing books and I loved every moment of listening to them. if you enjoy a complex lyrics woven story with multiple protagonists this is just for you. With a touch of magic but not much other fantasy elements this story is wonderfully colored, and I found my self caring for the protagonists and hating the antagonists. the way everyone is described and narrated makes you fall into the whole thing and I kept finding my self annoyed when I had to put it down. loved it.

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  • Keon Christensen
  • 04-08-17

End of the road, wrap party

What did you love best about The Autumn Republic?

of the three books, I feel that Autumn flowed best. At no point I felt like I had to chew through a chapter to get to the good bits.

What did you like best about this story?

That is brought a very satisfying conclusion to trilogy

What does Christian Rodska bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

superb voice acting.
with the exception of Bo, who sounds like an old toothless man, not a strapping mage in his twenties.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

there were a few laughs, a few clenched butthole moments