Ren: The Monster’s Death by Sarah Noffke

May 22nd, 2020 Kimberly Review 8 Comments

22nd May
Ren: The Monster’s Death by Sarah Noffke
Ren: The Monster's Death
by Sarah Noffke
Series: Ren #5, Dream Traveler #5
Narrator: Tim Campbell
Length: 5 hours and 13 minutes
Genres: Fantasy
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Ren Lewis is the most powerful man in the world and he’s about to prove it. God, Ren believes, has battled him his entire life, trying to use him as a pawn or punish him for his wrong doings. This man, with powers most can’t fathom, has been content to use his skills to help humanity.

However, when God makes a move that will carve out Ren’s heart for the rest of his life, he makes the decision to finally outmaneuver the Almighty Creator. Using technology, philosophy, quantum physics, psychology and spirituality, Ren attempts to do something that millions of people throughout history have only dreamed of. Because he’s a strategic man, Ren plans to break God’s laws and be the first human to ever do the unspeakable.

This last installment in the Ren series is the final evolution in a man’s life who thought he never should have been born. Ren’s journey teaches him that not only does he have a heart, but that as powerful as he is, he is nothing without the love in his life. Ren Lewis will gain the power to hack the system to beat God a

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The Monster’s Death is the final audiobook in the Ren/Dream Traveler series, written by Sarah Noffke and narrated by Tim Campbell. A brilliant ending for our anti-hero. I held my breath and wept as Ren’s story ended. 

I love Ren, our snarky, brilliant, complicated protagonist. The author has made me clench my fists in anger, burst out laughing and has even left me weeping like a baby as I traversed the Dream Traveler series on audio. While I bulked at book four, I rallied for book five.

Ren takes on the Almighty as he works to take back what is his. While this might sound religious it isn’t really it is more Ren redefining the rules of death and inevitable separation that occurs when the living lose a loved ones.

Since the beginning we’ve seen through Ren even though he could not make himself vulnerable. The man is a romantic at heart and Noffke did such a splendid job in this last book. Ren is reborn and freed from his own constraints and expectations.

Tim Campbell became the voice of these characters and is brilliant as Ren. He captured their emotions, snark and unique personalities. He is always a favorite here at Caffeinated Reviewer.

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About Sarah Noffke

Sarah Noffke

Sarah Noffke writes YA & NA sci-fi, fantasy and dystopian. She is the author of the Lucidites, Reverians, Ren, and Vagabond Circus series. She’s been everything from a corporate manager to a hippie. Her taste for adventure has taken her all over the world. If you can’t find her at the gym, then she’s probably at the frozen yogurt shop. If you can’t find her there then she probably doesn’t want to be found. She is a self-proclaimed hermit, with spontaneous urges to socialize during full moons and when Mercury is in retrograde. Sarah lives in Southern California with her family.

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8 Responses to “Ren: The Monster’s Death by Sarah Noffke”

  1. Ailyn Koay

    5 books is doable, I can still catch up XD after.. perhaps after Dresden XD

  2. sjhigbee

    It’s always a bittersweet moment when a cracking series ends, Kimberly. Glad you enjoyed this one so much.