Chaos Awakens Trilogy

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Having two of his fingers cut off at an early age hadn’t done much to make Xandrith an agreeable fellow. Besides marking him as a pariah and having him shunned by even his own family, it had also hurt. A lot. Being stripped of a few of his fingers and cast out of the Order of Mages had left him bitter and angry, but if there was any consolation to be had it was that he was doing rather well in his new line of work. While perforating people for money might not have been the most noble of callings, it was quite lucrative. Well, it had been quite lucrative.


In a conspiracy of fate seemingly beyond his control, Xan soon finds himself facing a dilemma of conscience, and that isn’t something he’s familiar with. One dilemma leads to another, and before long the mage-turned-assassin finds himself performing more and more honorable deeds. Worse yet, without even attempting to do so he manages to acquire friends and to develop a sense of compassion.


As Xan struggles with his burgeoning humanity, a terrible darkness begins to wake in the world. The Order of Mages, once an overbearing power of control, seems to be losing its grip as a terrifying doom of their own creation rises in the north. As if that isn’t enough, the horror brought upon the world by the folly of the mages may be only the precursor to something far more sinister.


2 reviews for Chaos Awakens Trilogy

  1. David S

    Definitely good enough to keep it interesting throughout the whole series, but some things were a little far fetched. The main issue I had was the narrator said everything in a whimsical, wry sort of tone. Quite distracting when the characters are threatening each other or deadly serious.

    I received a free copy of this book and am leaving an honest review of my own accord.

  2. Sebastian Lopez-Pardo

    I really liked it, amazing stories and amazing performance of the narrator Paul j Mcsorley.
    thank you

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