The Night Voice

· Noble Dead Book 11 · Sold by Penguin
82 reviews

About this ebook

The New York Times bestselling authors of First and Last Sorcerer present the final breathtaking chapter in their epic Noble Dead saga....

With much relief, Magiere, Leesil, and Chap prepare to hide the last two of the powerful orbs. Once this last great task is completed, Magiere can take Leesil home to a life of peace.

Then, rumors reach them that a horde of undead creatures, slaughtering everything in their wake, are gathering in the far east regions of the Suman desert. This gathering could only be caused by the Ancient Enemy awakening.

With no other choice, Magiere tells Leesil they cannot go home yet. They must go to the desert and seek to learn if the rumors are true . . . and if so, face an awakening evil: The Night Voice.

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82 reviews
Mindy Taylor
July 8, 2016
Well. I'm sad the series has come to an end. I feel as though I lost friends. :( I've followed since book one. There's some loose ends and there were times it got just a little boring for the whole series but I love it so much I give it a 5.
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Julither Canoy
December 19, 2019
I love it from book 1 til the last book. Thank you Barb Hendee for bringing us to fantasy world full of action.
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August 19, 2016
I have read the series and this was a wonderful one! Sorry that it ended. Now on to the next!
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About the author

Barb and J. C. Hendee live in a quirky little town near Portland, Oregon, with two geriatric and quite demanding cats. Barb’s short fiction has appeared in numerous genre magazines and anthologies. She is the author of the Vampire Memories and Mist-Torn Witches series. J.C.’s poetry, nonfiction, and short fiction have also appeared in many genre magazines. Their Noble Dead novels include A Wind in the Night, The Dog in the Dark, and Of Truth and Beasts.

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