Last Argument of Kings Free Audiobook Download by Joe Abercrombie

Joe Abercrombie is best known for writing the ruthless, brutal, and unflinching First Law Trilogy. He brings that same quality to his latest work of fiction with Last Argument of Kings. The story opens with a suicidal protagonist who must make his last stand against the overwhelming forces of evil.

This absolute page-turner is packed with plenty of action and intrigue. Steve Pacey's voice makes this audiobook a real pleasure to listen to as well.

The Last Argument of Kings is a fantasy novel written by Joe Abercrombie. The novel follows an unnamed narrator and his fight to determine who will be king. With three men claiming the throne, the narrator must fight each in their own unique way, from savagery to cunning. In this audiobook download, Steven Pacey narrates the story in a captivating manner that really brings it to life.

"You're a fool," I said, "backing Menahem." "Nine parts of ten, and even that's not certainty. Besides, what's the use in killing him? He won't win the throne. "He might," I said. "I don't know." "And what would you do then?" "I'd fetch my sword and follow where it led me."

In Joe Abercrombie's saga, we follow the tale of First Sword of the Union, Yarvi. He is a ward of the crown and an illegitimate son of the King. As he is about to be crowned, he questions his country and calls for change. This bitter pill transforms into a plan that has him taking over The North as its new King.

Joe Abercrombie is one of the best authors in the genre of fantasy novels. He has written a variety of books including The Blade Itself, Half a War, and Best Served Cold. His books are usually set in a world where life is hard, but with a dark humour that makes it bearable. The Last Argument of Kings is no exception.

Published Date 2015-09-08
Duration 27 hours 0 minutes
Author Joe Abercrombie
Narrated Steven Pacey
(78 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Fiction & Literature
Parent Category Action & Adventure, Epic Fantasy, Historical

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