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The Darkslayer: Bish and Bone Series Collector's Edition, Books 1 to 10

Narrated by: Lee Alan
Length: 53 hrs and 53 mins
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Summary

The continuation of the number one international best-selling Sword and Sorcery series continues in the Darkslayer, series two: Bish and Bone!

The legendary Darkslayer returns in an all-new series of epic sword and sorcery adventures! This collectible masterpiece is 10 complete audiobooks in one massive volume! More than 50 hours of epic entertainment! Die-hard fans praise the Darkslayer; perhaps you will as well.

The next jarring journey....

With the mystic armament back in his possession, Venir is once again the Darkslayer. But he can’t be everywhere at once. Tragedy still happens. A year has passed, and the growing underling threat is bigger and stronger than ever. But he can't be everywhere at once.

Tragedy still happens....

Venir, Melegal, and Haze make their way north to the City of Three only to find themselves at odds with each other as well as the strange and dangerous elements of the Outlands. In the City of Three, Kam is reunited with her friends Billip and Georgio but finds little comfort in their arrival.

The godlike being Scorch makes his move....

In a grand effort to control the world of Bish, Scorch, an all-powerful infinite being, aligns himself with the diabolical underlings making them an unstoppable alliance on Bish.

Can the Darkslayer and his friends withstand the onslaught of evil, or will they perish in the sunbaked Outlands of Bish?

This volume contains the complete second series of the Darkslayer: Bish and Bone. Ten full audiobooks in one massive volume.

Craig Halloran is a number one best-selling fantasy top 100 Amazon author and KDP All-Star.

The Darkslayer Omnibus: Series 1 proceeds this collection. Be sure to listen to it first.

This series includes the full spectrum of fantasy races (orcs, ogres, dwarves, goblins, halflings, giants, dragons, and underlings) and classes (warriors, thieves, wizards, assassins, and more). It's everything a devout fan of all things fantasy can hope for and more.

©2017 Craig Halloran (P)2019 Craig Halloran
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  • Anonymous User
  • 15-11-19

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story is hard to get into until book 3 ,
narrator pauses in the wrong spots and side effects are horrible

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  • John Johnson
  • 22-10-19

Unprofessional Narration

It may have been a kitchen "studio".

Notable annoyances:
Cell phone ringing in the background ~4 times

Crazy music at the end of each chapter , starting about 1/3 through the series.

Someone being heard cooking in the background

Whispered voice near the Mic, in unrelated to the book.

Narrator being lazy with punctuation.


Don't put yourself though this.

The story was Ok. Writing; word choice and tired phrases, was not great. A good, not great, high school student could have written this well.

A series I did enjoy by this author: Supernatural Bounty Hunter series.

I could not believe it was the same author, except for one "tell" in his writing style.

I made it though this stubbornly hoping it would get better. I really liked the other series.

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  • Mike Lliteras
  • 11-11-19

Fun story, rough narration

The story was good, but the narrator couldn’t keep one voice for one character. I don’t mean he didn’t have enough of a range I mean he used different voices for the same character. I found myself having to go back to make sure who he was talking about And the whinny voice got hard to listen to. It the reason I’m not getting the Dragon series.

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  • Gary D.
  • 24-05-19

Wow

Love the Narrator and the sound effects. Could do with the cuss words in the background and the background noise. Otherwise great!

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  • Frae
  • 19-05-19

The Dark Slayer Collection

This collects the first ten novels in the Darkslayer series, by Craig Halloran. The Dark Slayer series is one of Halloran’s darker series, and I think its okay for young adults, but those of your whom like to review work before letting the kiddies listen, should enjoy this work well enough.

These books follows the adventures of Bish, and his hack and slash fantasy journeys.

I have always taken issue with the narrator Lee Alan. He reads in a very cartoonish style, with sound effects and exaggerated, stereotypical voices. My nephews love him, but as an adult, I feel his work takes away from the seriousness of the novels.

Other than that, I highly recommend the works of Craig Halloran, and thoroughly enjoy the Dark Slayer series.

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  • Judy A
  • 25-04-19

Horrible editing and narration.

Narrator paused in the wrong places. In one part, a character "kicked" his dry lips in another Edmond became Edward then was once again Edmond. Very poor editing.

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  • Ed Pegg Jr
  • 17-04-19

What a fantastic narrator

This is now the fourth huge Craig Halloran - Lee Alan audiobook I've started on.
Chronicles of Dragon 51 hours
Tail of the Dragon 54 hours
The Darkslayer 86 hours
You'll likely want to get Darkslayer before getting the Bish&Bone extension.
Lee Alan tells these stories well with many different distinct voices. It's always very easy to keep track of what is going on.

Highly recommended.