Heir to Insanity

(2 customer reviews)


Jasper’s only friend, Ethan, is dying. Jasper is a gremlin with enough power to level a city, but the magical energy he placed within Ethan to keep him alive is fading. Ethan’s only hope lies in the very artifact that nearly killed him in the first place: The Everflame.

The two join forces with Linna, a young pirate woman coming into her own powers, and Avril, the personification of fate itself. Unfortunately, they aren’t the only ones seeking the artifact. Hunted by their old friend Yon and his army of monsters, they set out to claim the Everflame.

Minutes to Madness is a lighthearted novel speckled with comedy while retaining the serious undertone of a race against time.

©2020-2024 A. J. Nadir (P)2021 A. J. Nadir

2 reviews for Heir to Insanity

  1. Laura Rose

    There are five important characteristics to be found in a fantasy tale and this book meets all of them. The elements include a well developed setting, complex characters, a power structure, a conflict, and magic. This story has all the necessary aspects plus one thing more which I find very important and that is humor. There were times I laughed out loud while listening to this story. I enjoyed this saga very much and recommend it to others who love this genre. I am already looking forward to the next book in the series. Andrew Gibson’s narration was fantastic and added to the enjoyment of the story. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and have voluntarily left this review.

  2. John Mckeown

    What can i say i found this book very well paced out throughout the plot was good it gets you hooked form the start the narration is very well done and the characters have each there own air of mystery around them that keeps you guessing right up to the end i was very pleased with this audio book and would recommend to any fantasy fan out there

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