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  • Witch Bane

  • By: Tim Marquitz
  • Narrated by: John Pruden
  • Length: 6 hrs and 59 mins
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Summary

Sebastian is whisked away at birth, just moments after his mother's death. He returns 19 years later, a warlock trained in the arts of war. Raised in secret and fed on tales of revenge, he seeks redemption against the witches who betrayed and murdered his mother.

©2012 Tim Marquitz (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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  • 30-12-14

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Extremely refreshing to hear a truly action packed tale from cover to cover. If you are looking for a magical tale of harrowed revenge, swordsmen and willowy assassins this book has it all. In fact the action never stops, the characters have depth, you can feel the confusion, their thoughts churning, decisions unfurling, betrayals will surprise and dismay you, and you'll find yourself urging the main character to draw more blood in the name of his deceased mother.

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