Verge of Darkness

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Woe to all should the abominations breathe the sweet air of the world again. Sweat beaded Casca's brow and a feeling of dread enveloped him as he read the seer's words.The soul eaters were returning, and there were none to stand against them but a seemingly mismatched band of four. Casca knew they would need all the help they could get to save the world from plunging into a new age of darkness. More
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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Words: 92,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370462438
About Ollie Odebunmi

Born in London, Ollie Odebunmi has been into boxing, fantasy, and health and fitness as long as he can remember, and his career path has reflected this. He ran his own gym business for a number of years, and also wrote for prestigious fitness websites such as Livestrong, Arizona Central, and Nest Woman. He is the author of the well received The Last great Heavyweights-From Ali and Frazier to Lewis and Tyson. He now writes epic fantasy novels as well as the occasional article for select boxing websites. His fantasy books will appeal to discerning readers who like their fantasy character based, multi-layered, fast paced, and action filled.

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Review by: Margo H on April 08, 2017 :
Wow! Haunting! Blazing! Mesmerizing! Totally awesome! The author did a fantastic job of fleshing out each of the characters. I could feel their emotions; and I found myself holding my breath from time to time while reading, as the action was so engulfing!

There were minor typos and/or grammatical malfunctions, but nothing that would detract from the adventure. And since the author hails from the UK, I understand the spelling differences. The story lagged from time to time, but not enough to get one off track. A very well written and adventurous tome. I’d like to see more from Mr. Odebunmi!
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Review by: M. Pars on March 30, 2017 :
What an adventure! I love the characters and could not put this book down. Even with a few spelling errors, the writing separates a great tale from the rest. Congratulations!
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