Midnight’s Son by Nazri Noor
Narrated by Luke Daniels
Series: Darkling Mage #5
Publisher: Nazri Noor
Publication Date: July 10, 2020
Date Read: August 3, 2020
Length: 6 hours 9 minutes
The walls of our world have shattered. The Eldest are coming.
Mad angels and demon princes were once the worst of Dustin Graves’s problems. Now, rifts are tearing open in the fabric of reality. Eldritch abominations are slipping through, plunging the world into peril.
All signs point to the awakening of the cosmic horrors known only as the Eldest, and Dustin desperately needs immense arcane power to stop them. The quickest way is to offer himself to the Midnight Convocation – a grand assembly of the entities of night and shadow.
The only question is: Who gets to claim his soul?
If you like snarky heroes, snappy dialogue, and a bit of grit and gore, you’ll love the fifth book in Nazri Noor’s series of urban fantasy novels. Explore the Darkling Mage universe and discover Midnight’s Son today.Amazon | Audible | BAM! | IndieBound
I had a great time with this book! I was excited when I learned that there was a new audiobook available in this series and I couldn’t wait to get started with it. This is the fifth book in the Darkling Mage series which is a series that really should be read in order since each book builds on the events in earlier installments. I was really eager to see what Dustin and his friends would do next and I was not disappointed. This was a very entertaining book.
I received a review copy of this audiobook from the author.
About the Author – Nazri Noor(From Author’s Website)
Hi, I’m Nazri, a Filipino-Malaysian author based in California. I’m trilingual, but I really only write in English. I can also speak just enough Sindarin and Valyrian to impress absolutely no one. My urban fantasy novels focus on heroes who use wits, style, and their wildly unpredictable magic to save the day. Think sass and class, while kicking ass.
My influences come from horror and fantasy: HP Lovecraft, Anne Rice, George R.R. Martin, Chuck Palahniuk, Terry Pratchett, and Neil Gaiman. Growing up I was shaped by the Blood Sword, Fighting Fantasy, Lone Wolf, and Grey Star game book universes. I’m also inspired by video games, specifically the Castlevania, Final Fantasy, and Persona series.
I think it's a series that I should try!
I forgot to mark this series for my wish list the last time you reviewed one. It still sounds great and I love that Luke Daniels is narrating.
A great world filled with interesting characters….sounds like a fantastic read!
I bought the first one or maybe two of this series but haven't started it yet. 5 already! Thanks for sharing!
Anne – Books of My Heart
I am glad to see the series is still going strong.
It sounds like an intersting series, one day!
I need to get started on this series. I enjoyed the prequel novella a lot.