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Dawn of the Exile For the damned, redemption may be just a mad dream Years have passed since the demon Tarrik and his master, the sorcerer Ren, destroyed the servants of Samal and suppressed the very essence of the vile lord The cost was greater than even a demon could have imagined But in the realms of demons and humans, no evil can be fully controlled, and no one s true fate can be foretold Including Tarrik s He s been summoned once , now by the vengeful Linriel, who s fallen in with one of Samal s ravaged survivorsLinriel takes Tarrik, bound again to serve, on a journey to the harsh southern lands to find the source of Ren s coveted powers, and there they discover a part of Tarrik s past he thought had been lost forever As old bindings powerful than sorcery fetter him, Tarrik is drawn into an obsessive and insane mission to erase the demon lord Samal from existence forever And only if he succeeds will he at last be freed from exileAs old threats are reborn, he must decide what sacrifices he s willing to make and what risks he s willing to take on the unforgiving road to redemption

About the Author: Mitchell Hogan

Signup to Mitchell s New Release mailing list to be the first to hear about new releases, and for bonus chapters of A Crucible of Souls When he was eleven, Mitchell Hogan was given the Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings to read, and a love of fantasy novels was born He spent the next ten years reading, rolling dice, and playing computer games, with some school and university thrown in Along the way he accumulated numerous bookcases worth of fantasy and sci fi novels and doesn t look to stop anytime soon.His first attempt at writing fantasy was an abysmal failure and abandoned after only one page But ideas for characters and scenes continued to come to him and he kept detailed notes of his thoughts, on the off chance that one day he might have time to write a novel For a decade he put off his dream of writing until he couldn t stand it any He knew he would regret not having tried to write the novel percolating inside his head for the rest of his life Mitchell quit his job and lived off dwindling savings, and the support of his fianc , until he finished the first draft of A Crucible of Souls.He now writes full time and is eternally grateful to the readers who took a chance on an unknown author.A Crucible of Souls won the 2013 Aurealis Award for Best Fantasy Novel.Mitchell lives in Sydney, Australia, with his wife, Angela, and daughters, Isabelle and Charlotte.

10 thoughts on “Dawn of the Exile

  1. says:

    I was sent a review copy of Dawn of the Exile in exchange for an honest review Thank you to Mitchell Hogan for approaching me and 47North for the NetGalley widget Set ten years after the conclusion of Shadow of The Exile, the second novel in The Infernal Guardian series sees Tarrik Nal Valim, one of the mos

  2. says:

    Really enjoyed this second installment New adventures, new characters and characters we know and some of the story felt a bit the same too A fun read nonetheless

  3. says:

    Mitchell Hogan has become my second favorite authors he s in excellent company with Michael J Sullivan being in the number one spot I love this series that s set many years before the beginning of the Tainted Cabal series please get book 2 out soon The prologue picks up where Shadow of Exile ends Tarrik Nal Valim is mourning

  4. says:

    Publishing Date March 2019Publisher 47 NorthISBN 9781542040303Genre FantasyRating 4.6 5Review This story continues on the heels of a very good novel that I reviewed awhile ago, Shadow of the Exile Tarrik is once again summoned by a sorcerer with nefarious plans and away we go.This author is very good at creating intense movement coup

  5. says:

    Another good addition to the series Review here Another good addition to the series Review here

  6. says:

    Ive become a Hogan fanboy So far everything I ve read by him is super fun Set a few years after book 1, we are immersed into Tarriks world, his friends, his enemies both old and new, as well as great world building Its not over the top confusing but its not too basic I love the levels the demons upgrade to Hogans has this way with words that enables y

  7. says:

    3.25This was good It wasn t as good as the first, but it had its moments They didn t eat as much in this one, haha I was a little worried because I thought Ren was really dead and Linriel was going to be the new love interest.Thankfully, I was wrong This book was a bit repetitive in parts and I found myself scanning over them quite a few times I really do like

  8. says:

    I can t remember being so enthralled by a story that I d read the first and second installments back to back However, this wasn t a great as the first but it was still an engaging read There were some really nice surprises and twists I didn t expect I really like the world Mitchell Hogan has created The demon world, the Orgrols and the Undying Ones were so interesting

  9. says:

    Release day is today 12 3 19To say I was excited when I realised Dawn of the Exile was up on NetGalley would be an understatement I whooped a bit and jumped straight in You see, while I didn t think book 1, Shadow of Exile, was perfect, I really enjoyed Tarrik He is a great character My review can be found on my blog He is a demon, stuck in exile, guilty of staying in the human

  10. says:

    ARC received from 47North via Netgalley A good sequel to the first novel Shadow of the Exile, which begins right after the climactic end I enjoyed reading this It is an entertaining romp with likable characters, and shadowy threats brimming with malice There is awesome magic, action, demonic assassins, undead gods, that adds up spice to the interesting world of the novel It has a pretty

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