Michael G. Manning – Transcendence and Rebellion


The world is on the cusp of destruction as Mordecais power grows beyond the limits of his own control, yet most of the powers that rule the world are oblivious. The only hope of salvaging their civilization lies with his children, but they have been scattered and branded outlaws. Meanwhile Tyrion continues to march toward his own goals, heedless of whether they will help or harm their efforts to stop the apocalypse, as even the Queen begins to doubt the archmages sanity.

Mordecai is trapped by his own strength, a power too great to wield. Can his children stop the end of everything, even if it means sacrificing their father?

Author: Michael G. Manning
Narrator: Alex Wyndham
Duration: 13 hours 34 minutes
Released: 19 Oct 2009
Publisher: Podium Publishing
Language: English

User Review:

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The ending of Mordecai’s tale was masterfully done. I was thrilled that unlike many series endings, it left little in terms of questions and no story left to tell. I’m a large bearded man that cried like a baby at the end, and realized I looked stupid. I guess stupid never dies.
Damn you Mordecai.