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The Tomb of Theragaard

By: Kenneth Cromwell,Charles Cromwell
Narrated by: Steve Fortune
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Summary

Tryam dreams about becoming a legendary paladin of old and combating the evil that is falling across Medias like a malevolent shadow. But as a ward of the Church, he is forced to obey every whim of an overbearing abbot who preaches peace above all else.

Dementhus is a wizard of immense power and even greater ambition. To further his ends, he has broken faith with the Wizard Council and has learned the forbidden magic of necromancy. As payment for this knowledge, he must deliver to the Dark God a weapon from the time of the Ancients: an unstoppable artifact known as a Golem.

When the sinister machinations of Dementhus results in the kidnapping of one of Tryam’s friends as well as the murder of another friend’s father and the brutal destruction of their village, the youth is compelled to disobey the abbot and venture into the unknown, armed only with his faith. 

This is a time of growing chaos, as great civilizations fall into decay and ruthless powers fight to fill the void, a time when the cruel can rise to power from the words of a single spell and the honorable fall from the chop of a bloody axe. This is an age in desperate need of heroes.

©2018 Kenneth Cromwell (P)2021 Kenneth Cromwell

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progression

its a slow burn, but ties together later with a sense of character progression, and intrigue to continue the saga

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Big and Bold!

Really enjoyed the book and felt the RPG vibes running through it.
Great, big canvassed fun!

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I legitimately thought it was written in the 80s

This book is a perfectly fine fantasy...for a book written 40 years ago. I was excusing it having literally ONE female character, and a fairly generic plot and prose. I am still surprised to learn it was written in 2018.

An example of generic worldbuilding is that tge monks use a cross symbol in their worship. It's not explained why it's the same as a real world religious symbol, it is just so the audience understands it, and it feels like a placeholder religion because of that.

As I said, the story is fine and plenty happens, without relying on sex scenes or hyper-detailed violence, but it definitely feels outdated.

I hope the authors use some more modern references for future works.

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Fantastic new Author

I’m three quarters of the way through this fascinating tale and I am hooked. It’s a very long listen but stick with it folks. The voice actor is amazing and ….. I’m not gonna spoil the story but …if you love Dungeons and Dragons then give this a listen!

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