Summary

A world that exists in the shadow of our own . . . the thrilling conclusion to John Twelve Hawks's Fourth Realm trilogy, The Golden City is packed with the knife-edge tension, intriguing characters, and startling plot twists that made The Traveler and The Dark River international hits. Struggling to protect the legacy of his Traveler father, Gabriel faces troubling new questions and relentless threats. His brother Michael, now firmly allied with the enemy, pursues his ambition to wrest power from Nathan Boone, the calculating leader of the Brethren. And Maya, the Harlequin warrior pledged to protect Gabriel at all costs, is forced to make a choice that will change her life forever.
A riveting blend of high-tech thriller and fast-paced adventure, The Golden City will delight Twelve Hawks's many fans and attract a new audience to the entire trilogy.
Listen to the first two books in the Fourth Realm trilogy: The Traveler and The Dark River.
©2009 John Twelve Hawks (P)2009 Random House Audio
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3 out of 5 stars
By sarahmoose2000 on 17-10-09

OCH!

The recording itself was good, but the ending was a major letdown for me. Honestly, I'd have been better off just reading the first book, "The Traveller" and leaving after that, whichis a real shame.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Caireen on 06-08-10

Long- winded at times

Having enjoyed the first two books, I wanted to complete the trilogy. However, I found this book read more like a repetitious lecture(by certain characters) than a story at times. It would have been better if the story had been allowed to flow and speak for itself. On saying that, If you have read the previous two books then it is worth reading this final part...but maybe an abridged version? (shortening some of the boring monologues)

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3 out of 5 stars
By Martin on 11-09-09

Didnt feel like the end of the trilogy

I have been waiting for this book since the second I finished The Dark River. I even called to complain to Audible when it wasn't available the day that the book was published.

All that being said, I wasn't too impressed by The Golden City, Some of the plot points were resolved to easily and it felt jumpy. I even had to verify TWICE that I was listening to the unabridged version.

I wasn't really thrilled with how the book ended. For the FINAL book, I expected things to resolve, but there are a things left hanging out there. I know they can't all be fairy tale endings, but I was left unsatisfied at the end.

I would still recommend the entire series to friends and family.


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3 out of 5 stars
By Robert on 10-10-09

Disappointing..

I like everyone else waited for this book, but unfortunately this book ends as though there is a fourth book. It's as though the author did not know how to finish the trilogy...and so he didn't!
By all means read this book, because you'll be anxious to know how it all ends..the trouble is, it doesn't! Ah Mr. Twelve Hawks, I cannot believe how unbelievably frustrated you made me feel. The message you were trying to convey was lost...for me because you decided to make the ending so incongruent!

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