Annals of the Nameless Dwarf: Books 1-6

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A sprawling epic of redemption, heroism, and friendship in the face of insurmountable evil and an inexorable fate.

“A beautifully written and engrossing masterwork!” (Mitchell Hogan)

Fantasy Faction semifinalist for the SPFBO 2018

Child of an unreliable prophecy.

Victim of a terrible deception.

A soldier once. Then a killer of his own kind. A butcher.

The Nameless Dwarf lies entombed beneath the earth, locked in an eternal sleep until the hour of Medryn-Tha’s greatest need.

With one shot at redemption, he must discover who he really is if he is to prevent the destruction of all the worlds and lead the dwarves to safety.

But the deceptions that once cursed him have not been lain to rest. Every victory, every loss presents new dangers, new decisions.

And history will remember him as the most cursed among the fallen….

Or the greatest hero of legend. 


3 reviews for Annals of the Nameless Dwarf: Books 1-6

  1. Laura Rose

    D P Prior has written an epic fantasy. Epic is defined as a long, narrative poem written about a hero and the hero’s feats of bravery which in the case of “The Nameless Dwarf” only part way defines the protagonist of the story as he is both a hero and an anti-hero. I loved this series of six books. I’m looking forward to the next book in the series. I recommend this series of books to those who appreciate the fantasy genre. Mike Carnes’ narration is awesome and adds enjoyment to the tale. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. Ryan Pascall

    I was provided a copy of this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review.
    I’ll be honest, I was dubious coming into this one as Dwarves don’t seem charismatic enough to carry off one book, let along 60hours of books! Thankfully, not only is Carn super-interesting to read about but the hierarchy and world that D.P Prior has built around him is unfathomable. A long journey for sure but a thrilling and perfectly narrated one.

  3. Jerry Harkey

    Very well written with good narration, but the pace is just too slow. I was through the 2nd book before the story really got going. The world is well-built and characters are complex and interesting. 6 books and almost 60 HOURS for 1 credit is a bargain. Just be ready for the time investment…

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