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  • Sevenfold Sword, Part V

  • Sevenfold Sword, Books 9-10
  • By: Jonathan Moeller
  • Narrated by: Steven Brand
  • Length: 24 hrs and 13 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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By: Jonathan Moeller
Narrated by: Steven Brand
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Summary

Sevenfold Sword, Part V includes books nine and 10 of the series.

The quest of the Seven Swords has brought the world to the edge of destruction.

To defeat the evil of the Seven Swords, Ridmark must learn the secrets of their making. But the creator of the Swords is imprisoned within the dungeons of Urd Maelwyn, once the stronghold of the dark elven tyrant called the Sovereign.

And those who enter the dungeons of Urd Maelwyn never return.

To find a way to destroy the Swords, Ridmark enters the Durance of Urd Maelwyn, a twisted dungeon built by a dark elven tyrant. There, he must find the mad smith who forged the Swords.

But the ruler of the Durance does not let prisoners escape her iron grasp....

©2018 Jonathan Moeller (P)2019 Podium Publishing

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  • Glorianna
  • 05-01-20

repetitious

It seems like a remixed, regurgitated, rehashed, revisited, reincarnated, redrawn, rewritten, revision of every story previous. My gosh, write something fresh!

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  • William
  • 06-11-19

enticing world

The story is amazing very in depth and enticing. my only issues are the author seems to have to describe things from every new character's perspective the same way, basically repeating the description. otherwise I can't wait to start the next part.
the narrator, well it took a while to get used to hearing him read the story by the end of the fifth part he had begun changing his voice a little for different characters but overall he did not diminish from the story, so that is something

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  • T. Seck
  • 07-08-21

Oh, Steven Brand, you hurt my brain

I'll share what I sent to my brother-in-law, who read the books and generally liked them. We were talking about books recently and I said I was reading a series (this one) that was predictable and repetitive, but still somehow enjoyable. He replied that he had read a series like that too, one called "The Sevenfold Swords." Crazy coincidence. Back to Mr. Brand:
There's a serious potential downside to audiobooks. Sometimes a narrator is bad and/or mispronounces words that are uses repeatedly. Right now, I'm wish the first book in the Sevenfold Sword series had catacombs, because once I heard him say cata"cooms" about 10 times, I would have just stopped series and gotten a refund. 5 books in, they spend about a hundred pages (about 2 hrs) in catacombs. I was already planning to never listen to a book with that narrator again, since he constantly places the emphasis on the wrong words. Then, sadly, the author felt the need to repeatedly (probably once every other page, and about 3 times a page for the first 10 minutes) remind the reader that the characters are in catacoombs. I want to find out where he lives and punch him in the face. I want to find the author, ask him why he didn't listen to the narrator massacring his first book and then switch narrators, then punch him in the face too 😈.
Oh, and it's "so BE it," not "so be IT."
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 04-05-21

great book

love narrative and the reader. Def good series. keeps you in suspense. now ready for next chapter

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  • Daniel Larsson
  • 22-04-20

The worst one by far

Despite Steven Brands ever improving narration I have nothing good to say about these books. The language, the story, the characters, it all grates on my ears and my mind. I couldn't even listen to the whole thing.