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Publisher's Summary

Contains Tainted Blood, book five, and Garden of Shadows, book six, of Condemning the Heavens.

Xue Wei and his friends encounter intrigues and mysteries that they have to solve before being able to continue on their journey.

©2019 Tinalynge (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Meh, the details just can't be ignored by book 5

TLDR; Odd & forced character interactions, bad dialogue, only minor story progression since the start, and just an OP MC who is arrogant but really has no reason to be. So this whole series has a basic xianxia/wuxia premise which i like so I gave it a shot, but while it started out okay the more you read the more often you noticed how forced some of the character interactions are. Okay yeah I managed to just ignore the unreasonable bad guys because they weren't really important, then the stupid one true love at first sight came up and I ignored that, I was almost happy when they split up because that might be an interesting character conflict but nope he says he'll just make her understand and she will which will be absurd. His newest friend he meets in book 5 just joins there isn't any character interaction to show thier budding friendship, they just gloss over it and after a months long journey that takes a chapter they're friends. Minor Spoilers Ahead - Then he goes to a new continent where everyone is racist but most are nice to him even though he's the kind of guy they'd be racist to, the king which is a woman for some reason (just call her the queen) is just immediately accommodating cause "we need your help traveler, solve a mystery no one for hundreds of years could, but do it within two years, oh and you can ask me for anything, just come to the palace whenever." Worst of all and almost as bad as the cringey forced romance from book 2 or 3 is the little girl, so this is exactly how it happens he sneaks into somewhere off limits and sees a house, he grins like a mad man creeping out his friends and then they go inside, there is a little girl who has been here thousands of years, but she's not an adult, or wise, or even completely insane, she's just a cute little kid who apparently has enough power to help the entire continent grow in power by having her energy leeched. He immediately thinks she cute and wants to be her big brother, I could understand helping her because its terrible she's been here so long, or because you think she'd be happier out side, but he just did it cause she's cute. Then he dotes on her again and again as she refers to herself in third persons and acts like a child, though she is thousands of years old, she serves no narrative purpose aside from breaking another thing in the story, just at this point you can't ignore the how bad all the dialogue and how unnatural the character interactions are when we've only gotten the barest bit of story progression since book 1.

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Best one yet

There is something about this series that keeps me enthralled, even through the bad grammar and other minor issues.

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yet another amazing book!

well written and truly a fun listen ! can barely wait for the next book to come to audivle :)