Fourth, largest and by far the best book of the Dwarves series by Marcus Heitz. While the first three books got steady three-star ratings, this one overly deserves four.
This final story about Tungdil Goldhand is much darker than the first three, with many scenes described in true horror-style. The doubt about the identity of the hero of the story keeps you very alert as a reader.
The dwarves-series was slowly beginning to bore me after the third book. Am I happy I did give this fourth and final one a go. Apart from the rather silly death of Tungdil at the end I absolutely loved this last tale. I would almost advise people to go through the first three books, just for being able to enjoy this last, largest and most epic one.