Inflame

Inflame

Invasions and sabotage. Two civilizations doing anything to exist. War crimes are the norm.

Joe takes his first step into exile, and is promptly unable to breathe. This new Zone has a higher concentration of power, magnitudes denser. His first task is to survive, but mere survival is the least of his concerns.

The Zone he has landed on has been in a state of constant war for thousands of years, a tug of war between the Elven and Dwarven societies. Not choosing a side is the same as declaring both to be your personal enemy. Though he is resistant, Joe reluctantly decides to go with the group he thinks will help him grow the most—and is instantly plunged into their bitter war. To gain the freedom he desires, Joe needs to turn to the less savory aspects of his class.

Engulfed by darkness, Joe can only hope he’ll be able to snuff out the light.

Title:Inflame
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    Inflame Reviews

  • Arthur King

    Generally a good book with severe pacing issues. For what it is, it's not bad, most multibook series have a training montage book buried somewhere in their lineup, this is that. Joe pushes about a doz...

  • Oliver

    Brilliant continuation to the seriesReally enjoyed this book, read it all in one sitting! Perhaps not as exciting in some points as others and the resolution wasn't as clean cut as what I would have h...

  • Steve

    Full detailed reviewAnd a little lacking in other ways. First, the good! I absolutely LOVE that the audio book came out right away!!! I prefer audio books SO much over reading because I can listen to ...

  • Arty

    *Audiobook Review* It was good, but not great. The world is amazing, the concept is great but my real issue is the MCI don't quiet get what the author is trying to achevie, but the character growth of...

  • Steve Naylor

    Rating 4.0 stars Well there is good news and bad news. To be honest, it's not really bad news. The good news is that I love this series and I am glad that it is back. The bad news is that I didn't lik...

  • Clint Young

    Alert First, my review, then it’s time for a new copypasta:  “This was a fun book. I am glad that I read it. You should try it too.” 
I am not a bot even though my reviews are identical. O...

  • Joshua Spell

    I'd probably rank this as my second-least-favorite of the Completionist Chronicles (I wasn't a fan of the Jaxon-solo book), but that is still very good. My main issue with this book was that some of t...

  • Daniel Thomas

    Totally flips the worldThe world that Krout had created in previous CC books is completely flipped with this one. Old expectations are subverted. Old ways of doing things don't work, and new ways have...

  • Lucas Maxwell

    I absolutely loved it!I've read Dakota Krout from the very beginning and love how his books and stories evolve!! And the way that he is bringing Joe's story and the Divine Dungeon, plus Artorians Arch...

  • Kade_Blue

    OHHHHH WHY. I really wish it was longer, the events kinda feel like they could’ve been shortened a bit but there’s probably some follow up to that but what I mean is, I feel like it’s one half o...